Owned in partnership with Vertex Real Estate Investors and Pentz & Partners, the six-story hotel blends the brand’s signature urban aesthetic with a retro 1960s California-meets-Baja vibe.
The deal includes the W Minneapolis Hotel-The Foshay, and the Le Méridien Chambers Minneapolis hotel—both managed by Starwood Hotels & Resorts.
Originally designed by Italian architect Luigi Moretti in the 1960s, the project will center on a bold midcentury modern redesign to debut this fall.
The 133-room hotel will be housed in a former factory renovated with an industrial loft style with various yet-to-be-announced F&B outlets and seven suites.
Sudbury, Massachusetts-based designer, Park Torres Design will complete phase three—to begin this November and slated for completion by next June.
In addition to a new restaurant and retail outlets, the Florida property will see a complete refresh of its lobby and spa.
The casual concept will incorporate edibles from the owners' popular Le Boulanger restaurants.
For the site’s next development phase, the firm will work in collaboration with locally based SERA Architects, Mayer/Reed, Studio Jeffreys, and Interface Engineering.
Virgin Cruises has additionally signed a binding letter of intent with Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri to construct three midsize ships, the first of which is slated to set sail in 2020.
The 190-room hotel is part of the Golden United Group-developed Lidoway project in Shanghai—a major mixed-use complex in Hongqiao.
The hotel, located along the city’s Magnificent Mile, refreshed its 337 rooms, 10 specialty suites, public spaces, 676 Restaurant & Bar, and nine meeting rooms.
The Element Suzhou Science and Technology Town is located in an eco-city in the Suzhou National New & Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone in China.
Remaining faithful to Dilbeck's vision, property renovations will include the lobby, pool area, various structural updates and repairs, and new landscaping.
As a nod to the hotel’s Times Square location, the aesthetic is contemporary and rooted in the concept of time.
The property originally opened in 2000 as an urban design hotel owned by hotelier and gastronomist Urs Karli, who redesigned the property with French architect Jean Nouvel.
With a total of 4,284 projects and 871,480 rooms, the area’s pipeline is the largest ever recorded in any region by LE.
The June NAHR bases its projections on group sales commitments and individual reservations in the 25 major North American markets for hotel stays booked by May 28, 2015 and through the period of June 2015 to May 2016.
Developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, the approximately one-million-square-foot retail center is slated to house New York’s first Neiman Marcus flagship store and chef Thomas Keller’s new restaurant.
The 10-story French colonial property was formerly known as the Phú Gia Hotel before being rebranded and updated with a modern design.
The 97-room Kyoto Teramachi will open next year, while the 128-room Kyoto Shinkyogoku will debut in 2017.
The revamp of the 354-room hotel will include its lobby, exterior entry and signage, public spaces, restaurant, meeting rooms, and guestrooms.
The hotel recently appointed George Powell-Lopez to head the facility as the director of spa services.
The property will follow a model similar to BD Hotels’ Pod 51 and Pod 39 in New York.
To be developed by HAGL, the 400-room, new-build hotel will be in a mixed-use complex featuring office buildings, apartments, and a commercial center.
In collaboration with San Francisco-based Brayton Hughes Design Studios, renovations were directed by the company's in-house interior design team.
After acquiring the property last year, Related will revamp the 147-residence property’s West Tower in addition to a total redesign of the hotel’s public spaces, amenities, and guestrooms.
Helmed by Steve and Nicky Fitzgerald, the property comprises two separate small-scale camps just outside the Oloololo Escarpment.
Located near downtown Cleveland in Avon’s French Creek District, the 113-room hotel was designed with spacious yet intimate rooms featuring separate work and living spaces.
The one-day event drew more than 275 attendees, with influential industry professionals and panelists focusing on the factors currently influencing boutique hotels and their capital investment and financing.
Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s Teton Village, the resorts represent the brand's ongoing growth in the ski and adventure markets.
The NEWH ICON of Industry award celebrates leaders in hospitality manufacturing.
The hotel is planning a multimillion-dollar renovation to begin this October.
Beginning summer, New York-based Jeffrey Beers International will collaborate with Atlantis and Milos executive chef and owner Costas Spiliadis to conceive the eatery’s interiors.
Other recent upgrades were made to the hotel's 410 guestrooms with further property renovations expected later this year.
The multimillion-dollar renovation will include updates to all guestrooms, public spaces, the French Room restaurant, and meeting areas.
Redesigned by Seattle-based Dawson Design Associates, the hotel will feature an art-inspired aesthetic after the total renovation is complete.
Spearheaded by the firm’s co-founder and design director, Beatrice Girelli, the refresh includes the property’s public spaces, which will reveal original features hidden by past renovations.
Owned by Zhuhai Doumen District Shirong Industry, the 300-room hotel will be situated on a 12.5-hectare delta and include mixed-use elements.
Previously known as the Grand Hotel di Como Srl, the property was renovated by Italian architect Ruggero Venelli to incorporate natural materials and a neutral palette.
Designed by Miami-based Kobi Karp Architecture, the hotel’s interiors were imagined with a minimalist aesthetic.
Located in the Woodlands community on Restaurant Row at Hughes Landing on Lake Woodlands, the eatery is Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group's second in the Houston area.
The transaction is scheduled to close this summer.
The 361-room waterfront hotel features a maritime theme and is located near Pier 39, the Alcatraz ferries, and Ghirardelli Square.
The company plans on making the spa a brand standard for all Virgin Hotels, however each spa will feature a different design and amenities based on its location.
Formerly the Millennium Alaskan Hotel Anchorage, the Lakefront Anchorage is the fifth U.S. Millennium hotel to receive updates in the past two years.
Over the past two years, the company developed the prototypes in an effort to refine its offerings across its six brands.
Influenced by a Mediterranean-meets-California aesthetic, all rooms, including 28 suites, were recently renovated to incorporate tech-chic design elements.
WATG Singapore will design the 300-room, 5-Star Embassy by Hilton Bo'ao, to be located on the resort island of Hainan in Bo'ao, China.
Renovations were made to the lobby, guestrooms, and concierge lounge.
Joining Thompson Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels, and tommie, Alila Hotels and Resorts is the company’s fourth hotel brand. Each Alila property will retain its name.
The historic Art Deco property is located within walking distance of Niagara Falls in New York.
The firm redesigned the property's guestrooms, suites, and lobby area, and will now focus on new developments scheduled for completion in 2016.
The eleventh property in Choice Hotels’ Caribbean portfolio, Alegria joins the Ascend Hotel Collection and will be managed by M&R Hotel Management.
The 348-room Marriott in Bellevue, Washington is slated to open in July, while the 169-room Hilton Garden Inn Chelsea in Manhattan will open this month.
In addition to opening the Ritz-Carlton, Macau, the largest JW Marriott property yet was unveiled in the Special Administrative Region (SAR) of Macau in South China.
Designed by Chicago-based Gettys Group, the hotel was tailored to appeal to Millennials and features a modern design influenced by a European and Spanish aesthetic.
Entitlements and permits are expected to be secured by the end of the year, at which point both hotels will break ground with a slated completion date of 2017.
The renovation includes 17,000 square feet of event space, revamped guestrooms and suites, and new F&B outlets.
Forthcoming projects announced for the region include ME Doha, Meliá Downtown Residences Dubai, and the Innside JLT Dubai.
Currently in pre-construction development, the property will offer a spa, nightclub, and alien-themed wedding programs and events.
The 290-room property will be connected to the Shangri-La Center, the city’s only mixed-use development.
All 429 guestrooms and suites were revamped with new beds, furnishings, bath amenities, carpet, and lighting.
The property, one of Host Hotels & Resorts first independent hotels, will be managed by Kokua Hospitality and open this fall in San Francisco’s Union Square.
Under a new operating agreement, the resort will continue to be managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts.
The hotel will be the sixth Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in the U.S. with forthcoming projects in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Washington, DC.
Completed by locally based ForrestPerkins, the redesign included updates to the property’s corridors, executive lounge, and 750 guestrooms.
A new addition to Nobu Hospitality's nine-hotel
portfolio, the 321-room boutique is positioned in Melco Crown
Entertainment's new integrated casino resort City of Dreams Manila.
Currently under construction, the 350-room, 18-story hotel will be the company’s first Hotel Indigo in Los Angeles.
The property follows the recent opening of the BEST WESTERN PREMIER the Bellevue in Jakarta and is the company’s 14th hotel in Indonesia and sixth in the West Java and Jakarta regions.
Designed in partnership with Los Angeles-based Karen Wang Interiors, the 228-room hotel is an hour’s drive from Hangzhou’s city center.
The new locations were acquired from Mount Kellett Capital Management to build upon its InTown Suites brand.
Remington Lodging will manage all of the newly acquired properties upon closing.
Owners of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, David Chang and Goodwin Gaw, have taken over management of the property and appointed longtime collaborator Brett Blass as COO.
Following the acquisition, the hotel will see a $21.3 million renovation later this year, though a designer has not been selected yet.
The winner will receive up to $30,000 in seed money, guidance, and a pre-constructed, small-scale bar built inside a 20-by-8-foot shipping container.
The 170-room property will serve as the company’s second Hotel Indigo in the UAE and third in the Middle East with 10 more IHG properties due to open in the next three to five years.
Located in Borneo, the 101-room property is Marriott’s second on the island and the eighth in Malaysia.
The project is the firm’s first in Texas.
Memphis-based LLW Architects designed the five-story, U-shaped hotel to meet LEED Silver specifications and minimize its environmental impact.
Locally based Forchielli Glynn’s transformation of the hotel includes the exterior, public spaces, restaurant, bar, lounge, and guestrooms and suites.
The property will open this fall in Las Vegas’ ARIA Resort & Casino with a midcentury inspired menu and design.
Interiors will be developed by West Palm Beach, Florida-based Bilkey Llinas Design.
Fossil by Stone
Source took home the Best of Competition award and also won in the hard
surface flooring category.
The lobby now includes images by French photographer Charles Maze, a new bar concept, the La Macaron café and pâtisserie, and the S Gallery and event space.
The 130-suite hotel will see renovations to its guest accommodations, four dining outlets, and public spaces.
The new company was founded by hospitality industry veterans Emille Aboona, John Geroulis, and Ken Qualtier.
The property was designed with an outside-meets-inside aesthetic imagined in a contemporary, communal setting using natural materials.
The REIT expects to benefit from the property's close proximity to the Boston Logan International Airport.
The annual report revealed that U.S. hotels, on a unit-level same-store sales basis, saw a 12.3 percent increase in net operating income in 2014.
Interiors will be designed by Jakarta-based Budi Pradono Architects, with all 173 rooms, villas, and suites featuring outdoor terraces.
The 200-room property is Nobu Hospitality's ninth hotel and the second joint property between Nobu and RCD Resorts following the announcement of the Nobu Hotel Eden Roc Miami Beach.
The 4-Star hotel is located in Dubai at the intersection of Abu Baker Al Siddique and Salah Al Din Road.
The hospitality finance and development forum features general sessions, workshops, and networking events that provide data, analysis, perspectives, insights, and opportunities for industry members.
The property will serve as the debut of its new tommie brand.
Positioned in 16 U.S. cities, the brand features oversized one- and two-bedroom accommodations for an extended stay experience.
The waterfront space will serve Pacific Northwest cuisine and feature a maritime-inspired design.
The 23-story hotel—the largest in the city—will be developed in the Golden Dream Bay residential and entertainment zone with interiors inspired by plum blossoms.
The the million-square-foot Hudson Yards will serve as his second collaboration with restaurateur and developer Kenneth A. Himmel.