The addition is separated from the main restaurant by custom red banquettes.
The GSArch-Gottesman Szmelcman-designed structure evokes a sculptural minimalism mirrored in the interior.
The two-floor restaurant highlights traditional New York elements with contemporary touches.
Revamped spaces from Kollin Altomare Architects, Anderson Miller, and Victor Jimenez will be unveiled this November.
The new rooms reflect the nature of the city and Asian-inspired touches.
The upscale cocktail lounge is crafted by the Design Bureaux’s Thomas Schlesser.
David Mexico Design Group and Bullock Smith and Partners designed the 453-room property.
Martin Brudnizki Design Studio crafted the elegant eatery inside Manhattan’s historic Beekman hotel.
Glen & Company and Dominick Ranieri Architect have modernized the historic property while retaining its Victorian details.
Parts and Labor Design’s Southern-inspired design honors qualities old and new.
New York firm Incorporated promotes sustainability in its design of the 194-room property.
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.
Fruto Vivas designed the 1,600-square-foot accommodations.
Magnus Rösman will lead the Swedish-based firm.
Dawson Design Associates led the $15 million restoration.
The property will feature designs from Richard Meier and Joseph Dirand.
A modernist design defines the 13-villa property.
Henderson Beach Resort and NOPSI Hotel, New Orleans are the latest additions to the collection.
Samuel Torres de Carvalho crafted the new-build hotel.
New additions include the Glasshouse Hotel, Monkey Island, and the Academy Hotel.
240 Design Studio, Blue Quince, and Age Design collaborated on the design.
The design series’ Miami event will return in 2017.
The 150-room Hakone Kowaki-en Tenyu will debut next April.
The 137-room hotel will be housed in the forthcoming Eleventh development, debuting in 2019.
The new hotel occupies the property’s Gensler-designed former LUX Tower.
The alpine French property will boast 19 upgraded guestrooms and public spaces maximizing the natural setting.
The 166-room hotel is the city’s first standalone AC property.
Kursten Bracchi and Kris Moran collaborated on the design.
The Bolivian property features custom artwork from artist Gastón Ugalde.
The seafood restaurant features a refreshed ship-inspired aesthetic.
The historic property is part of Hilton’s Curio Collection.
The 28-acre Napa Valley resort is undergoing a renovation by Shopworks and Flynn Properties.
Richard Hywel Evans of Studio RHE designed the property with Six Sense’s in-house team.
Schindler was head of the family-run company since 1981.
The 119-room Aloft Miami Dadeland is the brand’s third in the greater Miami area.
The deal adds four existing properties in the U.S. and Canada to the brand portfolio.
MM Architects was named runner-up for its Nesting design.
Erin Langan, Gilday Architects, and Two Ocean Builders crafted the outdoor-inspired public space.
Rockwell Group, WATG, and Pacific Asia Design Group collaborate on the 839-room oceanfront property.
Europe’s hotel design and development event will be held at London’s Business Design Centre November 22nd and 23rd.
The Manhattan restaurant mirrors a Greek villa with lemon trees, limestone, and stonewashed walls.
EoA was inspired by South Florida’s New River.
Nicolas Schuybroek Architects and Marc Merckx Interiors honor the historic structure’s original Art Deco style.
The region’s first luxury gaming resort features interiors from Studio GAIA.
Original details such as 1920s chandeliers and ornate columns are updated for the modern setting.
Studio Collective is revamping the hotel’s historic Spanish Colonial design with contemporary touches.
The 188-room property is inspired by the area’s 1920s rag trade.
The boutique brand is led by W.A. “Chip” Headley, III and Bryan Guillot.
The company boasts a portfolio of 16,000 guestrooms and 90 properties in the region.
Raymond Haldeman crafted the seafood joint with an industrial chic vibe.
Architect Peter Poon designed the 130-room Manhattan hotel’s sleek glass façade.
The restaurant is housed beneath the W London hotel.
The Pink Sands Club, Canouan will feature 26 suites, six villas, and a spa with 11 palapas.
Upgrades include an enhanced lobby and four reimagined suites.
The landmark property has undergone a $40 million transformation honoring original architectural elements.
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The three cities collectively represent 210 projects and 52,575 guestrooms.
The 116-room hotel features a nature-infused design from CT+C Design Studio.
The lifestyle offering will aim to connect guests through meaningful, localized experiences.
The New York restaurant recalls the 1920s and Prohibition.
Two Roads Hospitality is led by Jamie Sabatier and Niki Leondakis.
The Millennial-focused concept will unveil its first 50 properties by 2020.
The Saint Pierre features an open floor plan and abundant copper details.
Tony Filmer crafted the opulent British interiors in a 1930s style.
The 536-room property is the brand’s 38th in China.
West Elm HOTELS will open its first U.S. properties beginning in late 2018.
The U.S. and Asian properties increase the collection’s footprint to nearly 30 hotels.
Designed by Husband Architects, the hotel is the Hong Kong group’s first in Australia.
Michaelis Boyd and Jean-Philippe Nuel led the refresh of the brand’s first-ever property.
The UK-based collection will debut with three properties, and three more are slated for the next two years.
The resort property will offer ample entertainment options including a waterpark and golf courses.
Diccon Wright revamped the semi-subterranean space with local materials and natural light.
Regional luxury and culture inform the design of the 81-room property.
A midcentury aesthetic defines the new spaces by Jason Pomeranc of SIXTY Hotels.
The speakeasy-style eatery is housed in a historic 1918 building.
Starwood will cease trading this Friday, September 23rd.
The last-minute proposal could jeopardize sbe’s $82 million offer.
The nightlife spot will open in November.
Estudio Sarah Garcia will craft the 14-room villa concept.
The design echoes Scandinavian and Australian design principles with timber and a light palette.
The $23 million transaction expands Red Lion’s portfolio to more than 1,100 hotels.
Oglesby Design led the refurbishment of the 30-acre seaside property.
The Bonifacio Global City property is inspired by Filipino fashion, furniture, and art.
The partnership includes a $250 million investment for new developments.
Information sessions kick off this month in London and Miami.
Skylab Architecture drew inspiration from midcentury modern airport design.
The 22-acre property houses a Michelin-starred restaurant and award-winning spa.
The 2016 ceremony will take place November 15th at New York’s Marriott Marquis.
Staicoff Design Company will bring the 151-room property to life in two historic downtown buildings.
Creative Resource Associates designed both concepts to honor the natural, ranch-like setting.
Goettsch Partners and Lead 8 will design the sprawling urban complex.
Upgrades from London-based firm RPW draw influence from Scottish landscapes.
The London- and Paris-based firms have revamped the Royal suite and created the new Savoy suite.
The nightlife concept features a sexy, geometric design in the Time Warner Center.
The 200-unit development anchors Los Angeles’ Columbia Square community.
The Hotel Horizons report shows increases in occupancy and a residual 3.6-percent RevPAR gain.
The 248-key property is designed by Vincent Goh of EDC.
The eatery’s interiors include a palette of mustard leather upholstery and botanical artwork.