10 major hotels in the Mexico resort are still closed after Hurricane Odile struck in September, but have set reopening dates and some are taking reservations.

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More than five months after Hurricane Odile, most Los Cabos, Mexico, lodgings are up and running. But some are still closed for repairs and renovation.

Here is a sample of 10 closed hotels with their tentative reopening dates and per-night rates (which are subject to change). (And here’s a report from The Seattle Times’ about Los Cabos after the hurricane.)

Grand Mayan Los Cabos. Partly opened Feb. 7. Full reopening expected March 28. Rates after March 28 begin about $375.

Hyatt Ziva Los Cabos. Accepting reservations for stays beginning July 15. Rates from about $310 per night. www.loscabos.ziva.hyatt.com

Hyatt Place Los Cabos. Taking reservations for stays beginning July 15. Rates from about $85 a night. www.lat.ms/17qwoUO

One&Only Palmilla Los Cabos. Reopening April 20. Rates in early May begin at about $790.

Westin Resort & Spa. Reopening Sept. 30. Rooms for two from about $170. www.west.tn/1vlj35n

Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort. Taking reservations beginning June 1. Rooms for two in early July from about $210.

Hotel Melia Cabo Real. Taking reservations beginning Dec. 1. Rooms for two in early December begin at about $195, all-inclusive.

Las Ventanas al Paraiso. Accepting reservations beginning June 15. Rates from about $585.

Dreams Los Cabos Suites. Reopening June 1. Rates begin around $469. .

Esperanza Resort. Website says reopening March 31. First reservation availability is June 1. Rates begin about $575.