#OceanViews: 8 New Tropical Escapes You Should Prooobably Book Right This Second

Do it for the 'gram yourself.

Some people clamor for the busy, nightlife-filled cities to escape to. Me? Give me a beach with a book and drink (and maybe a jet ski) and I'm living my best life. If you can relate, here are eight resorts—many new!—that will give you the taste of the good life/have you searching the internet for cheap flights like nobody's business. Godspeed.

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The Anam

The Anam resort in Cam Ranh, Vietnam, is a newly opened option that's just an hour flight from Saigon and an hour and a half from Hanoi. In addition to the private beach, there are three pools, three restaurants, and a shuttle to downtown Nha Trang city. It's luxury without being stuffy–butlers, valets, and concierge are there to help, while "no shoes, no news, no stress" is their #1 philosophy. Heaven.

The Shore Club

Opening in December of 2016, this Turks and Caicos resort features 106 ocean-view suites and six luxury villas on Long Bay, one of the most pristine beaches in Turks and Caicos. There's a spa, three pools, and four eateries, so this resort has everything you'd want...including the most important thing: views. 

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IBEROSTAR Santa Eulalia

Two words: adults only. This Mediterranean property opened in June of 2016 and rests about 12 miles from Ibiza on the S'Argamassa beach, just a short distrance from the famous Punta Arabi hippy markets. Gorgeous, no?

Eau Palm Beach

Who says you have to go far to get a tropical-feeling vaca? This five-star Florida resort has interior touches by Jonathan Adler himself, so you know it's photo-worthy. Located on a private beach, seven acres of oceanfront property is yours for the viewing—and there are also two pools to boot. With a spa, oceanfront cabanas, and dog-friendly policies, it's basically got it all.

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Grand Fiesta Americana Coral Beach Cancun

One of the top-rated resorts in Cancun, Grand Fiesta has ocean-front facing suites, an award-winning spa, and five restaurants for those discerning tastes of yours. 

Sailrock Resort

A brand-new resort on the untouched South Caicos Island, Sailrock Resort is an eco-conscious community with suites and villas just steps from the ocean. Whale-watch, kayak, parasail—and know that a full-service spa and more dining options are coming later in 2017. 

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Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Moon Palace, an all-inclusive resort in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, features a whopping 700 rooms, sparkling views of the Caribbean, restaurants galore (including 24-hour room service that's *included*), and water activities for everyone to enjoy. 

Palafitos – Overwater Bungalows

The new development—with the first and only "overwater bungalows" located in Mexico—is anything but quaint. The 30 huts feature direct ladder access to the ocean, a private infinity pool, glass-bottom floors, and an outdoor shower, thus making them literally must-visits, ASAP.

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