The 185-room property is housed within a Robert A.M. Stern-designed skyscraper in Lower Manhattan.
The curated food hall and beer garden is located beneath the city’s historic former Isis Theatre.
The 177-room hotel is located in Bethesda’s mixed-used Park & Rose development.
Stonehill & Taylor, HOK, and Shawmut Construction collaborated on the revitalization.
The property will be repositioned as a 7-Star Resort.
The 20-foot-tall treehouses will feature large decks and indoor-outdoor fireplaces.
Details include inventive nods to Coca-Cola, the brand’s longstanding partner.
The 123-room hotel is designed by HBA.
The all-inclusive resort’s multimillion-dollar makeover will include a new 7-story building.
The extended stay property will honor the historic 14-story building’s original design.
The brand’s second location is planned for 2017.
The Dubai location also marks the brand’s debut in the serviced apartment space.
Project development has increased for 14 consecutive quarters.
The JLL report also indicates branded properties will surpass independent projects by 2025.
The property is designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz.
A survey of 5,000 industry professionals exposes opportunities to expand energy and water management practices.
Kohri’s backlit mural debuted at the MGM Grand during HD Expo.
The property is located in the Losiaba Conservancy, a sanctuary for more than 700 elephants.
The Moxy New Orleans features industrial contemporary touches from Stonehill & Taylor.
The legend of King David’s secret romance is referenced throughout the property’s design.
The makeover from Wimberly Interiors features a color palette inspired by the waterfront location.
The property joins just 12 other hotels in Colorado that have earned the designation.
New York-based firm Kohn Pederson Fox is overseeing the construction of the 400-guestroom hotel.
The sustainable resort will be completely solar powered and facilitate onsite reforestation.
The 60-suite property is the first Five-Star resort in Honduras.
The proposed boutique property will be located in the Covent Garden district.
The boutique hotel includes original artwork from Portfolio Hotels President Helmut Horn.
The inaugural event raised funding for the organization’s scholarship programs.
An open concept redesign from Rob Steul highlights the Mediterranean cuisine.
The vessel was fashioned by carpenters from nearby Kim Bong village.
The sbe subsidiary will take the reins of major brands like Katsuya and Umami Burger.
The projects, spanning four Hilton brands, are all expected to open by 2019.
The hotel received upgrades from Jonathan Nehmer + Associates and HVS Design.
The first hotel project will be the Hyde Resort & Residences Coachella Valley.
The 150-room hotel will be housed in the Kenye International Suzhou super highrise.
The owners of Uruguay’s Parador La Huella will bring South American flair to the Magic City.
KOO will design the five-story, 200-guestroom hotel.
The invitation-only eatery features maritime artwork from local galleries.
The lifestyle hospitality brand will acquire the company’s 13 hotels and three restaurants.
The company will continue to expand its third-party management model.
Theatrical motifs define the new look by Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design.
The simple customization tool offers designers control over color, pattern, and repeat.
Upgrades will be completed by Meyer Davis Studio and OBMI.
Following a $115 million overhaul, the 623-room location introduces a new marketplace concept.
Hotels in the Maldives, Tanzania, and Kazakhstan will debut by 2018.
The hotels will debut in the Windy City in mid-2017.
Data conversely shows occupancy increased in 18 of the top 25 markets.
The Belvedere’s EDG-designed courtyard space centers around a 30-foot-tall Italian Cypress.
The 60-guestroom boutique Granada Hotel awaits approval from the Morgan Hill city council.
Fire Farm Lighting took home the Best of Competition award.
Renowned chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s third Colorado eatery includes a custom-designed Zen garden.
The Hokkaido community saw a 64 percent increase in American visitors during the 2015-2016 ski season.
Guestrooms feature an urban biking-inspired design by Paradigm Design Group.
New properties include the Sydney, the Christopher, and Summercamp, the brand’s largest location to date.
The 178-room hotel is designed by Kimpton’s Ave Bradley and Bill Rooney Studio.
The Swissôtel Phuket Patong Beach Resort will be the brand’s second in Phuket and fourth in Thailand.
The multimillion-dollar revamp by Monogram Hospitality Interiors embraces wine county motifs.
Located on the island of Palawan, the Best Western Plus Ivy Wall will be the brand’s eighth property in the country.
The properties are the first for the brand in Peru.
The Fairmont Taghazout Bay and the Fairmont Al Khobar will be unveiled by 2020.
The Starwood brand has doubled its growth projection during its first year.
The Fairmont Costa Canuva will join the Costa Canuva community in the Riviera Nayarit.
The deal also includes a majority stake in Rezidor Hotel Group AB.
The sustainability-focused brand is on track to double its presence over the next three years.
Rockwell Group crafted the residential-style accommodations.
A collegiate-inspired design pays tribute to the town’s sports and cultural history.
The 139-room property expands the brand’s Qatari inventory to more than 640 keys.
Located on Büyükada island in the Marmara Sea, the resort includes a revitalized Ottoman grand mansion.
The freestanding lodgings are designed by Ann Hodges and Marika Kessler.
Caspall will oversee the creative development of domestic and global projects.
The luxury hotel is housed inside the city’s historic Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
Bobertz previously served at the Witkoff Group.
Hospitality Design (HD) magazine will announce the winners for both project and product categories during an awards ceremony on June 8th in New York.
The $100 million resort-wide redesign includes more than 3,000 guestrooms and suites.
Local artwork embraces the rich history of the building and the surrounding neighborhood.
The centrally located 248-guestroom hotel is slated to debut in 2019.
Acquired by Marriott last year, the brand will continue expanding in gateway cities.
New upgrades include enhanced guestroom views and a redesigned restaurant.
The Georgetown property has been rebranded as the Rosewood Washington, DC.
Shoemaker Rauen will be recognized for her industry leadership at a June luncheon in New York.
The property is debuting following $18 million in renovations by Asfour Guzy Architects and Pierce Allen Design.
The interplay between fire and water is a key design theme.
New additions include a poolside restaurant and renovations by Kevin O’Brien.
The Hilton Garden Inn locations will each receive guestroom modernizations.
The Vanguard Theory and Studio Collective collaborated to give the hotel its retro Hawaiian flair.
The design and architecture team includes Dash Design and Nichols Brosch Wurst Wolfe & Associates.
The seven-story, new-build Hilton Belgrade will be located in the city’s Old Town area.
Johnny Rockets 2.0 includes new restaurant designs and a new logo.
Departing from brand conventions, Escobar’s designs include a chic lobby and greenhouse.
The common areas emphasize relaxation with traditional Japanese design elements.
The 342-room property will debut in Gangneung in 2017.
The sweeping expansion will add a 93-guestroom villa building and 10,000 square feet of recreational space.
New additions include 1,400 square feet of suite space.
The brand has seven additional Qatari projects in the pipeline.
Mapos-designed interiors reflect the city’s former grit and glamor.
The design by creative director Matthew Rolston and Avenue Interior Design is influenced by New York’s musical history.
The Ritz-Carlton, Budapest is housed in a historic building on Elizabeth Square.
The luxury resort’s update includes a new guestrooms wing and the 5,000-square-foot Mizner Ballroom.
The watershed agreement is the brand’s largest ever multi-hotel deal.
The hotel will mark the completion of the brand’s luxury resort Madinat Jumeirah.