The 290-room property will be connected to the Shangri-La Center, the city’s only mixed-use development.
Host Hotels & Resorts first independent property will be managed by Kokua Hospitality and open this fall in San Francisco’s Union Square.
All 429 guestrooms and suites were revamped with new beds, furnishings, bath amenities, carpet, and lighting.
Completed by locally based ForrestPerkins, the redesign included updates to the property’s corridors, executive lounge, and 750 guestrooms.
The hotel will be the sixth Conrad Hotels & Resorts property in the U.S. with forthcoming projects in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Washington, DC.
Under a new operating agreement, the resort will continue to be managed by Noble House Hotels & Resorts.
Currently under construction, the 350-room, 18-story hotel will be the company’s first Hotel Indigo in Los Angeles.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
Following the acquisition, the hotel will see a $21.3 million renovation later this year, though a designer has not been selected yet.
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.
Located in Borneo, the 101-room property is Marriott’s second on the island and the eighth in Malaysia.
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.
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.
The new company was founded by hospitality industry veterans Emille Aboona, John Geroulis, and Ken Qualtier.
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.
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Source took home the Best of Competition award and also won in the hard
surface flooring category.
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.
The REIT expects to benefit from the property's close proximity to the Boston Logan International Airport.
The property was designed with an outside-meets-inside aesthetic imagined in a contemporary, communal setting using natural materials.
The 4-Star hotel is located in Dubai at the intersection of Abu Baker Al Siddique and Salah Al Din Road.
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 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.
Boston-based ADD Inc. designed the beach-inspired hotel, which is set on the site of the historic 1954 Ankara Motel.
The property will join the Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach as the company’s second Dubai property.
The the million-square-foot Hudson Yards will serve as his second collaboration with restaurateur and developer Kenneth A. Himmel.
The new American bistro concept is slated to open in mid-2016 after the Trump Organization completes its $200 million redevelopment of the Old Post Office into the Trump International Hotel, Washington, DC.
New York-based dash design completed the Boston hotel’s four month, $1 million lobby revamp.
The brand will be created in-house as opposed to acquiring other companies.
Both Untitled and the museum were designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
The new partnership aims to strengthen the firms' industry presence in Hong Kong.
The 252-room, 14-floor resort is located on the smallest of the seven emirates directly on the Arabian Gulf and nearby neighboring Dubai.
The six camps will merge within its Elewana Collection to form a collection of 14 camps, lodges, and boutique beach hotels.
The 160-room, 450-residence property will be developed in KozaPark, a new mixed-use development.
The portfolio's first addition will be the forthcoming Vandre Nouveau Hotel in addition to more than 100 hotels by 2020.
The firm is the first from outside of Germany to design a hotel for the chain.
The expansion includes renovations to and the debut of three properties in Bali and Vietnam.
The new Omni property will be located in SunTrust Park, a forthcoming 60-acre mixed-use complex being developed by the Braves in collaboration with Cobb County.
The campaign includes a new website, sample and marketing collateral, and an updated showroom presence.
Italian designer Paola Navone conceptualized the hotel's fifth and final F&B outlet.
The nightclub concept by the Hakkasan Group is situated in the former Stingaree nightclub space in the city’s Gaslamp Quarter.
The Michelin-starred chef will also act as an advisor for the line’s culinary operations.
Upon completion, the properties will double the company's brand presence in Egypt.
IDG and IDG Foodservice designed the hotel’s lobby, guest rooms, conference center, and two onsite restaurants.
The multiphase revamp is headed by Boston-based CBT Architects in collaboration with locally based general contractor C.E. Floyd.
Deals have been signed to launch its first two properties in North America and its first international property.
Handcrafted mosaics by French artist Mathilde Jonquiere complement a palette of crimson red and neutral tones.
Properties will be geared toward fitness-centric travelers seeking premium gym facilities.
Designed by Baskervill, all of the property's rooms and suites were inspired by the nearby harbor.
The property will serve as Rosewood’s fourth in Mexico.
New York-based Parts and Labor Design conceptualized the property's modern-meets-rustic aesthetic.
EarthCheck Silver certification requires businesses to have a sustainable policy and environmental action plan in place to measure key performance areas.
Positioned in the popular Brooklyn, New York community, the 150-room hotel will feature an industrial chic façade and interior.
The $27 million project includes renovations to the guestrooms and lobby.
Hospitality Design (HD) magazine will celebrate the project and product honorees in an awards ceremony on June 3rd.
The brand's first property was designed to suit the upper-midscale to upscale market and is located in California.
JMJ Group developed the resort in partnership with Bollywood celebrity Sachiin J. Joshi.
Rebranded as the Loews Regency San Francisco, the hotel is sister to the Loews Regency New York and second in the Loews Regency brand portfolio.
The restaurant features a design by hOmE inspired by Robert Polidori photography and the painter Édouard Vuillard.
The two resorts mark the company's foray into North Africa.
Suite designs are inspired by four contemporary art movements and feature genuine pieces.
It will be modeled after the Limelight Hotel in Aspen.
The restaurant features a California-coast-inspired design.
The renovation includes new amenities such as a 32-seat movie theater, billiards room, and revamped guestrooms.
The new rooms feature a neutral color palette and nature-inspired details.
GKA designed the interiors and 135 suites.
Tribute Portfolio will consist of soft brand 4-Star hotels.
Phase two of the renovation includes revamped suites and new restaurants.
The Parisian hotel will join its Curio - A Collection by
Atlanta-based the Johnson Studio headed the Napa Valley-inspired restaurant design.
The mountain resort will meet sustainability and environmental performance standards as a certified B corporation.
Hudson Garden Grill serves as the first full-service, sit-down restaurant ever for the Garden.
Designer Robert McKinley, principal of New York-based Robert McKinley Creative Services, has been commissioned to design the hotel.
The 110-room hotel is the third Delano portfolio property and will be part of The8, a contemporary mixed-used development.
The 7,800-square-foot restaurant will serve as the brand’s third Colorado property.
By re-envisioning their layout, the firm was able to increase the number of hotel rooms on property.
The 298-room, nine-story hotel was developed by Carvalho Hosken S/A.
The brands will be a partnership between Vantage and Miraya Hotel Management.
The renovation included all guestrooms and suites.
He will act as chairman and CEO of the Danville, Pennsylvania-based company.
The 107-room property will have its own private beach on the Aegean Sea.
The independently owned boutique hotel will be located in downtown Richmond, Virginia.
MGM Resorts International Design Group headed the redesign and final phase of development.
Many of the building’s original architectural features were retained and paired with contemporary elements.
It is currently transitioning management to become the NOMO SOHO.