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10 Foreign Hotel Brands You've Got to Check Out (Before Checking in Anywhere Else)

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The Anantara Mui Ne in Vietnam.

In our recent summer issue, I did a little piece on hotel chains you've probably never heard of, but should get to know—stat. Here are the three from the mag, plus seven more I'm oh-so pleased to introduce to you (in no particular order). Make your reservation for romance now!

ANANTARA HOTELS, RESORTS & SPAS for exotic dreamscapes across Asia and parts of the Middle East.

GRUPO HABITA for design-forward stays in Mexico (and they're headed north—they just opened the Hotel Americano here in NYC).

BAGLIONI HOTELS for properties that feel a little bit fabulous throughout England, Italy, and France.

ISLAND OUTPOST for crazy-cool boutique hotels tucked into different corners of Jamaica.

OBEROI HOTELS & RESORTS for a over-the-top opulence in Asia and the Middle East.

GRUPO FASANO for chic getaways in Brazil and Uruguay.

SHANGRI-LA HOTELS AND RESORTS for equal parts style, service, and location, location, location all over the world (but mainly in Asia).

ALILA HOTELS AND RESORTS for seriously gorgeous, cutting-edge design in Bali, Java, and India.

RED CARNATION for stately city escapes and country manors across England and South Africa, plus one in Palm Beach, Florida.

AQUA RESORTS for top-notch getaways throughout the Hawaiian Islands (yeah, we know they're not actually "foreign" but these hotels are awesome, and we betcha never heard of them).

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