The Saint Pierre features an open floor plan and abundant copper details.
Two Roads Hospitality is led by Jamie Sabatier and Niki Leondakis.
The Millennial-focused concept will unveil its first 50 properties by 2020.
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.
Tony Filmer crafted the opulent British interiors in a 1930s style.
Designed by Husband Architects, the hotel is the Hong Kong group’s first in Australia.
The U.S. and Asian properties increase the collection’s footprint to nearly 30 hotels.
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.
A midcentury aesthetic defines the new spaces by Jason Pomeranc of SIXTY Hotels.
Starwood will cease trading this Friday, September 23rd.
Regional luxury and culture inform the design of the 81-room property.
The speakeasy-style eatery is housed in a historic 1918 building.
The nightlife spot will open in November.
The last-minute proposal could jeopardize sbe’s $82 million offer.
Estudio Sarah Garcia will craft the 14-room villa concept.
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 design echoes Scandinavian and Australian design principles with timber and a light palette.
Information sessions kick off this month in London and Miami.
The Bonifacio Global City property is inspired by Filipino fashion, furniture, and art.
The partnership includes a $250 million investment for new developments.
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.
Creative Resource Associates designed both concepts to honor the natural, ranch-like setting.
The 224-room hotel will debut next month in the city’s Gulch neighborhood.
Staicoff Design Company will bring the 151-room property to life in two historic downtown buildings.
The London- and Paris-based firms have revamped the Royal suite and created the new Savoy suite.
Upgrades from London-based firm RPW draw influence from Scottish landscapes.
Goettsch Partners and Lead 8 will design the sprawling urban complex.
The Hotel Horizons report shows increases in occupancy and a residual 3.6-percent RevPAR gain.
The 200-unit development anchors Los Angeles’ Columbia Square community.
The nightlife concept features a sexy, geometric design in the Time Warner Center.
Joie de Vivre’s first New York property is designed by Wimberly Interiors, with three dining concepts from Dale Talde.
The eatery’s interiors include a palette of mustard leather upholstery and botanical artwork.
The 248-key property is designed by Vincent Goh of EDC.
Completed by Stickman Design, the 450-room hotel is located in the China World Trade Center.
The DoubleTree by Hilton Arlington DFW South is the brand’s first in Arlington.
The firm’s founders collaborated on the book with Dan Shaw of the New York Times.
The Tara Oxley-designed, two-story restaurant channels an authentic Southern experience.
The 188-room hotel is the brand’s Mexican debut.
Reminiscent of a seaside cottage, the restored midcentury modern hotel was designed by Blanche Garcia.
Arriving in early 2017, the Amari Yangshuo will include brand dining and spa concepts.
The Conrad Kuwait and the Hilton Garden Inn Kuwait will be part of the $1 billion Avenues Mall expansion.
The expanded property will unveil two additional acres designed by Luis Vallejo Landscape Studio.
Gobbell Hays Partners oversaw the architectural preservation of the property.
The hotel was converted to a Marriott property in 2011.
Carlos Ott will craft the hotel’s 125 guestrooms and 30 residences.
The $1 million renovation is part of the hotel’s rebranding efforts.
Lázaro Rosa-Violán led the guestroom design behind the Gran Hotel Montesol.
It is a 4-percent increase from 2015.
The brand’s first hotel is expected to open in in Oklahoma City in 2017.
AvroKO will craft the interiors for the two Manhattan hotels.
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The 21 penthouses will be completed by early next year.
The lodge is the upstate New York property’s first new accommodation in more than 100 years.
Delawie Architects and EDG will craft the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa’s midcentury modern environment.
The Helena Bay lodge will comprise 800 acres and two luxury villas.
IDDI’s revamp is inspired by Savannah’s history.
The property is designed by Solomon Cordwell Buenz and the Gettys Group.
Jacu Strauss oversaw the refresh, infusing each guestroom with historically inspired whimsy.
Nobutaka Ashihara crafts the Hyatt House New York/Chelsea.
Designed by Alexander James, the Alexander hotel will open next summer in Yerevan.
The mid-market Tin Hotels is expected to launch its first locations in Dubai and Oman.
Designed by Krause+Sawyer, the seven-story first location will debut in 2017 in West Virginia.
The rebranded Sheraton Grand London Park Lane will return this October.
A new inn building designed by HKS features a signature spa and restaurant.
Avenue Interior Design and Johnson Nathan Strohe will craft the industrial, salon-inspired property.
The 293-room property is designed by Gensler and Beleco.
LA has 36 projects with 6,343 guestrooms in the early planning stages according to Lodging Econometrics.
The farm-to-table eatery features a midcentury modern aesthetic inspired by the natural setting outside Chicago.
The Conrad Xiamen is the brand’s sixth hotel in China.
The reimagined dining room will be housed within a large birdcage.
The city currently holds a pipeline of 128 projects and 15,682 guestrooms according to Lodging Econometrics.
The simple design features clean modern elements to balance the neighborhood’s industrial aesthetic.
Highlights include a trundle daybed, a sculptural task chair, and a desk-partition hybrid.
Guestrooms and suites will feature an array of layouts and custom furnishings from Michaelis Boyd Studio.
The design and build of the converted Navy barracks is helmed by obrArchitecture.
Yoo Design Studio collaborated on the lively aesthetic with local designers and artists.
The luxury riverboat features locally and jewel-inspired interiors from CHIL.
The 1,706-room property features an elaborate floral motif and numerous gourmet F&B options from Wynn Design.
Mapos’ design recalls the grit and glitz of the 1960s and ’70s.
The Scandinavian-inspired design is influenced by the hotel’s waterfront setting.
The forthcoming hotels were designed by Nicolas Schuybroek, Marc Merckx, Ciguë, and Delordinaire.
Wendy Haworth will design the hotel’s bar and Michael Schwartz-led eatery Fi’lia.
BASILE Studio will design the 99-room property.
The 208-key hotel is housed in the recently completed mixed-use R&F Yingkai Square Tower by Goettsch Partners.
The 70-seat eatery is designed by Sarah Abdallah and architects Michael McNeil and Michael Siporin.
The Mexico City-based designer draws influence from the oceanfront setting and the country’s artistic culture.
The historic Puerto Rican hotel will reopen in early 2017.
The hotel will occupy the first 21 stories of a forthcoming mixed-use tower by Foster + Partners.
The 34-unit condominium is the next phase of redevelopment in the area following the opening of the Asbury Hotel this year.
Review by the Chinese Ministry of Commerce is expected to take an additional 60 days.
The beachfront Mexican property is designed by Glazier Le Architects, BAMO, and Gulla Jonsdottir.
The Moxy Frankfurt Eschborn features designs from Amsterdam-based firm APTO.
The latest Lodging Econometrics report indicates 15 straight quarters of pipeline growth.
Housed in Portland’s historic Meier & Frank Building, the hotel has added to its expansive art collection.