Project designers include Rüssli Architekten, Matteo Thun, and MKV.
The Hong Kong eatery references Napoleon Bonaparte in its design.
Gensler, AvroKO, and Philippe Starck designed the space.
Occupancy levels will remain high while ADR is expected to level off, according to CBRE.
TIERRA Design, Habros Design, and Terra Architects were behind the renovation.
The luxury Jerusalem hotel received property-wide upgrades.
Cruz & Ortiz provided an architectural refresh with interiors by Mercer’s Amanda Molina.
The Turks and Caicos resort includes 106 suites and six villas.
The 205-room property will receive refreshed guestrooms, a new F&B concept, and indoor-outdoor lounge space.
Massoni, Barlo, and the Heights are designed by Workshop/APD and AvroKO.
The 170-room hotel is designed by Cooper Carry and Kent Interior Design.
Four openings represent a 40 percent growth in the region across three brands.
The brand is slated to launch 10,000 outposts by 2020.
A neutral, modern palette accentuates the historic elements in the centuries-old property.
The Northpoint- and DSGN-designed property is the final fixture in Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah Resort.
The 2,200-square-foot venue features large-scale artwork from Christine Finkelson and Alexander Salazar.
The 120-room boutique hotel will be located in the brand’s hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Southern U.S. concept features rustic elements and whimsical touches.
Studio Tack infused the historic structure with a modern design.
The beachfront hotel is slated to arrive in early 2019.
The Nam Hai and the Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square will open this December and January, respectively.
The next phase will focus on refreshing the main resort building.
The 20-acre site will house 25 restaurants and 40 shops.
Deborah Berke Partners will design the 135-room hotel.
The 398-room hotel marks the brand’s entrance into the city.
Opening in January, the hotel blends Istanbul’s urban and industrial spirit with its storied culture and heritage.
DESIGN360unlimited uses hotel spaces to explore the local concept of kīpuka.
Natural elements honor the surrounding landscape and promote tranquility.
DSign Vertti Kivi & Co. designed the versatile space.
The historic building’s spacious apartment suites were split in two to expand room count to 297.
SB Architects, Powerstrip Studio, and Martyn Lawrence Bullard each contributed to the design.
The Singapore firm captures the region’s fishing village heritage.
Ray Chung will lead the newly expanded studio at the firm’s Manhattan office.
GBRH creates a contemporary Asian aesthetic in Hakkasan Group’s 276-seat Honolulu restaurant.
Phase one will see the overhaul of 92 guestrooms into signature sustainable concepts.
Part of the hotel’s $22 million redesign, the locally inspired guestrooms honor Oakland heritage.
The development includes a museum, hotel, retail, bar and restaurant, and a concert lounge.
The private-island resort’s 22 guestrooms and villas feature floor-to-ceiling mahogany interiors.
The property includes culturally inspired touches such as pervasive cedar and arabesque patterns.
The Hamburg-based brand is also preparing to launch its new creative lab.
New details include coastal-inspired tones and subtle aquatic references.
The PSI Design-crafted property includes traditional Islamic and regionally inspired details.
The deal includes the Honolulu brand’s 37 international properties.
The property is crafted by Ronald Zürcher, DAS Concept, and CCS Architecture.
The design from CAP Atelier and SCDA reflects the duality of contemporary and classic sophistication.
Argentinian properties the Arelauquen Lodge and Auberge du Vin will arrive this December.
The $4 million refresh includes 27 fully revamped guestrooms.
The 120-room property features an island-inspired look in line with the natural setting.
The redesign will include 21 PURE guestrooms and new meeting and event space.
The three-day event included discussions on Airbnb and emerging markets for 2017.
The David Rockwell-designed property boasts an art collection furnished by Peter Brant.
The design includes a motif of fire and smoke in a nod to Boston history.
The coastal-inspired design anchors the concept in its Middle Eastern setting while recalling Italian- and DC-inspired elements.
The 26-villa eco-resort features indigenous architecture and locally sourced materials.
Led by Gulla Jonsdottir, the guestroom renovation honors the building’s legacy and infuses a contemporary art aesthetic.
This year’s estimated total of $6.6 billion signals an ongoing increase in spending over five years.
The upcoming hotel’s 5,000-square-foot spa will house six private treatment rooms.
Bishop Pass’ design honors Japanese craftsmanship and materials.
The Williamsburg Inn and the Williamsburg Lodge will be among the reinterpreted venues.
The Spanish brand is considering locations in its home country and abroad.
The five-module unit originally debuted as a pop-up at South by Southwest.
The seven-year overhaul adds a new 96-room structure to complement the original chateau.
A 20-story Macau hotel will debut under the new banner in 2017.
The 16,000-square-foot space marks the Hudson Group’s entry into the luxury hotel retail market.
Honoring the historic property’s Art Deco style, KKAD’s makeover includes three new dining venues and a reconfigured lobby.
The Phuket resort will welcome revamped villas and suites as well as an upgraded spa.
The hotel’s interiors have been designed by Saar Zafrir and Baranowitz + Kronenberg.
The Patxi Mangado-designed Palacio de Congresos de Palma will be connected to the Meliá Palma Bay.
EDG Design crafted the alpine-inspired setting.
A gray, geometric palette highlights the restaurant’s new open layout.
Located in the company’s Toronto headquarters, the space includes various collaborative and creative spaces as well as 3D cardboard guestroom replicas.
Arriving before the end of the year, the 316-room hotel is located near the Powai region and the Bandra Kurla Complex.
The six-month renovation included the restoration of historic details by local artisans.
The 350-room hotel is located in one of the Metropolis development’s four towers.
2017 openings are slated for locations including Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE.
More amenities and a new dining concept will be introduced in early 2017.
The California eatery merges Napa Valley architecture with French country accents.
Arquitectonica and Philippe Starck collaborated on the SLS Brickell.
The addition is separated from the main restaurant by custom red banquettes.
The two-floor restaurant highlights traditional New York elements with contemporary touches.
The GSArch-Gottesman Szmelcman-designed structure evokes a sculptural minimalism mirrored in the interior.
Revamped spaces from Kollin Altomare Architects, Anderson Miller, and Victor Jimenez will be unveiled this November.
The upscale cocktail lounge is crafted by the Design Bureaux’s Thomas Schlesser.
The new rooms reflect the nature of the city and Asian-inspired touches.
Glen & Company and Dominick Ranieri Architect have modernized the historic property while retaining its Victorian details.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio crafted the elegant eatery inside Manhattan’s historic Beekman hotel.
David Mexico Design Group and Bullock Smith and Partners designed the 453-room property.
New York firm Incorporated promotes sustainability in its design of the 194-room property.
Parts and Labor Design’s Southern-inspired design honors qualities old and new.
Local firm 5G Studio will infuse the 200-room hotel with a midcentury modern aesthetic.
The Anantara Kalutara Resort was originally designed by the late Geoffrey Bawa.
The Hoxton, Paris and the Hoxton, Williamsburg are the brand’s fourth and fifth locations.
C+CT Design Studio enhanced the spaces with a New England vibe.
Dawson Design Associates led the $15 million restoration.
Magnus Rösman will lead the Swedish-based firm.
Fruto Vivas designed the 1,600-square-foot accommodations.
Henderson Beach Resort and NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans are the latest additions to the collection.
The property will feature designs from Richard Meier and Joseph Dirand.
A modernist design defines the 13-villa property.
New additions include the Glasshouse Hotel, Monkey Island, and the Academy Hotel.