Designed by Alexander James, the Alexander hotel will open next summer in Yerevan.
Nobutaka Ashihara crafts the Hyatt House New York/Chelsea.
The mid-market Tin Hotels is expected to launch its first locations in Dubai and Oman.
Designed by Krause+Sawyer, the seven-story first location will debut in 2017 in West Virginia.
The rebranded Sheraton Grand London Park Lane will return this October.
A new inn building designed by HKS features a signature spa and restaurant.
Avenue Interior Design and Johnson Nathan Strohe will craft the industrial, salon-inspired property.
The 293-room property is designed by Gensler and Beleco.
LA has 36 projects with 6,343 guestrooms in the early planning stages according to Lodging Econometrics.
The Conrad Xiamen is the brand’s sixth hotel in China.
The farm-to-table eatery features a midcentury modern aesthetic inspired by the natural setting outside Chicago.
The reimagined dining room will be housed within a large birdcage.
The city currently holds a pipeline of 128 projects and 15,682 guestrooms according to Lodging Econometrics.
Highlights include a trundle daybed, a sculptural task chair, and a desk-partition hybrid.
The simple design features clean modern elements to balance the neighborhood’s industrial aesthetic.
Yoo Design Studio collaborated on the lively aesthetic with local designers and artists.
Guestrooms and suites will feature an array of layouts and custom furnishings from Michaelis Boyd Studio.
The design and build of the converted Navy barracks is helmed by obrArchitecture.
The luxury riverboat features locally and jewel-inspired interiors from CHIL.
The 1,706-room property features an elaborate floral motif and numerous gourmet F&B options from Wynn Design.
Mapos’ design recalls the grit and glitz of the 1960s and ’70s.
The Scandinavian-inspired design is influenced by the hotel’s waterfront setting.
The forthcoming hotels were designed by Nicolas Schuybroek, Marc Merckx, Ciguë, and Delordinaire.
Wendy Haworth will design the hotel’s bar and Michael Schwartz-led eatery Fi’lia.
The 70-seat eatery is designed by Sarah Abdallah and architects Michael McNeil and Michael Siporin.
BASILE Studio will design the 99-room property.
The 208-key hotel is housed in the recently completed mixed-use R&F Yingkai Square Tower by Goettsch Partners.
The hotel will occupy the first 21 stories of a forthcoming mixed-use tower by Foster + Partners.
The historic Puerto Rican hotel will reopen in early 2017.
The Mexico City-based designer draws influence from the oceanfront setting and the country’s artistic culture.
The 34-unit condominium is the next phase of redevelopment in the area following the opening of the Asbury Hotel this year.
Review by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce is expected to take an additional 60 days.
The beachfront Mexican property is designed by Glazier Le Architects, BAMO, and Gulla Jonsdottir.
The Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn features designs from Amsterdam-based firm APTO.
The latest Lodging Econometrics report indicates 15 straight quarters of pipeline growth.
Housed in Portland’s historic Meier & Frank Building, the hotel has added to its expansive art collection.
Alexis Dornier’s minimalist design includes recycled telephone poles and a grass roof.
The CallisonRTKL-designed hotel will be located on the campus of Miami’s Baptist Hospital.
The London firm collaborated on the interiors with South African designer Marguerite Louw.
The coastal California hotel features a “modern hippie” aesthetic influenced by the natural setting.
Designed by Paulina Czurak and Ideograf, the Polish coffeehouse features a wall of 2,740 teacups.
The Nicole Petersen-designed casitas are influenced by the Mexican locale.
Asfour Guzy Architects will design the forthcoming eatery.
The Italian retreat draws influence from the northern Italian countryside.
The Sherry Yard-led restaurant features three unique dining areas.
The resort will reopen in March 2017 after a multimillion-dollar makeover.
Knauer is handling the property’s redesign.
The Cabo San Lucas property will feature designs from Rockwell Group.
The lobby, guestrooms, suites, and roof deck have all been reimagined.
New additions include an onsite brewery, meeting space, and 22 new guestrooms.
The property rejoins the luxury tour operator’s portfolio after a multimillion-dollar renovation.
The 149-room hotel is slated for a 2020 opening.
The hotel features designs by Mexico Design Group and Bullock Smith & Partners.
Garcia Capella Arquitectura and HBC designed the Philadelphia and Washington, DC eateries.
The firm added volume and a new counter to the Prague restaurant.
Bentel & Bentel’s design draws inspiration from the city’s natural elements.
Montrou Andersen DeMarco and DP Agence collaborated on the refined, French-inspired restaurant.
Additions include 200 new guestrooms and an upscale lobby and bar.
The Merriman Anderson and Looney & Associates-designed hotel debuted in early 2016.
The 348-room hotel is slated for completion in 2017.
The design reflects the modern transformation happening across China’s capital.
The Room Mate Anna and Carla feature designs from Lorenzo Castillo and Tomas Alía, respectively.
The Hong Kong eatery features charcoal wood-cladded walls and rose motifs.
The design channels the French countryside and 19th-century New York architecture.
The Venice Beach neighborhood of Abbot Kinney influenced the restaurant’s design.
The Westin Resort Nusa Dua’s Hamabe restaurant features an aesthetic reminiscent of a village street.
The Atelier 111-designed property features an onsite hydroponic farm providing ingredients for its numerous eateries.
Refreshed residences feature earthy tones and local artwork for an authentic Hawaiian ambiance.
Jonathan Nehmer + Associates, HVS Design, and Carmina Wood Morris are collaborating on the $35 million project.
The 214-room hotel will be the centerpiece of the massive mixed-use Edinburgh St. James project.
The art-filled eatery includes the complete text of The Art of War painted on the ceiling.
Five treatment villas are complete with minimal, natural details.
The 38-story tower features a architecture from Guerin Glass and interiors by Jon Brent Design.
The $154-million transaction also includes an additional $5.8 million in capital expenditures.
The updated suite feels authentically British with a design from Olga Polizzi.
The Ritz-Carlton, Nanyan Bay is expected to arrive in 2017.
The combined companies now boast a portfolio of nearly 60 properties across four countries.
The rooms will be unveiled in time for New York Fashion Week in September.
The alpine Swiss hotel is designed by Swedish studio Stylt Trampoli.
Designed by Amsterdam-based firm Concrete, the hotel introduces new brand dining and retail concepts.
The Mediterranean-style eatery is the first U.S. project for Barcelona-based firm Lazaro Rosa-Violan.
The Zyscovich Architects-designed ME Miami features interiors from Profettional and ICRAVE.
The upgraded hotel includes new designs from CCS and ABI Design.
The 457-acre resort will be designed by Zurcher Arquitectos and Wimberly Interiors.
The Centra by Centara Phu Pano Resort Krabi will arrive in the fourth quarter of 2016.
The $115-million upgrade will also rebrand the property as the Alohilani Resort at Waikiki Beach.
The new Grosvenor House Suites will include a refreshed arrival experience and new F&B program.
The 171-key hotel features six different guestroom configurations and 16,500 square feet of meeting space.
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The hotel and convention center will feature a midcentury-style design with industrial materials to honor the city’s history.
Under new management, the 220-room Dallas hotel will receive a $30-million refresh from waldrop+nichols studio.
The resort will feature 40 private luxury villas.
The five-month installation features 80 black square columns laced with jasmine plants.
A renovation of the 164-room hotel included new guestroom furniture and a revamped restaurant floorplan.
The interior design maximizes the setting through natural materials and modern elements.
An 830,000-square-foot mixed-use tower at Cira Centre South will include 19 stories of hotel and apartment residences.
The new hostel spans 11 floors and houses nearly 800 beds.
The 352-room hotel is designed by Arquitectonica, Clodagh Designs, and Studio Collective.
The 115-room hotel was recently acquired by Gencom through its new partnership with Gemstone Hotels.
The creative partnership will develop branded characters and artwork for hospitality and retail spaces.
The 152-room hotel is positioned to fill the gap between budget and lifestyle hotels.