An integrated destination complex, the 5-Star hotel is located in Taipei’s Dazhi area—a new commercial hub.
The 331 guestrooms and suites will feature an urban, yacht-inspired aesthetic.
The new location, like all of the brand’s hostels, will be conceived by Toronto-based studio DesignAgency.
The Rickey and PHD Terrace will augment the hotel's culinary offerings as upscale lounge concepts.1
The company will soon roll out a new website, several hotel openings, and new luxury services.
Announced last October, the brand will soon see eight additions, along with its first opening.
Established in 2001, the Grade II-listed F&B outlet was redesigned in reference to its former life as the Westminster Library.
Repurposed from a 1906 Masonic temple, the upscale hotel is expected to achieve LEED Gold certification and features a blend of industrial- and vintage-inspired elements.
The development is located on an approximately 50-acre site of landscaped gardens overlooking the Atlas Mountains.
Principal Carlos Ferrater of Spanish studio Office of Architecture in Barcelona (OAB) is designing the 141-key hotel, which is slated to open next July.
The Italian restaurant is repurposed from the St. James building—the former home of Havana Tobacco Company.
Inspired by haute couture’s tailor-made creations, the office will provide comprehensive design services for hospitality, retail, and residential projects.
Capital expenditures within the U.S. lodging industry are expected to reach $6.4 billion this year—a 7 percent increase from the $6 billion spent in 2014.
To open in the spring of 2017, the 90-room property will be located in Chattanooga, Tennessee with interiors characterized by locally inspired upscale décor.
GLō locations, each new builds in suburban destinations, will be four-story, 70-key properties featuring glowing LED light features and installations, along with modestly sized 250-square-foot room configurations and spacious lobbies.
The property’s interior juxtaposes classic Korean motifs with modern design elements.
The hotel will be located within the forthcoming Faena District Miami Beach development, a mixed-use district with cultural spaces, residential, lodging, retail, F&B, and other public outlets.
Having opened 20 hotels this year, the company currently has 90 properties in the region with an estimated 20,000 rooms, and expects to open 10 more.
The 1,600-square-foot space was repurposed from Sapphire Lounge, a club that opened in 1992.
Conceived by chef and owner John Doherty, the New American eatery features a modern, barn-inspired aesthetic that takes design cues from Zeff’s eponymous BLACKBARN homes.
Slated to open in the resort community of Ko Olina early next year, the 358-room resort will sit oceanfront, just 17 miles away from Honolulu International Airport.
Steelyard represents an augmented version of the company's original user experience with a mobile-accessible platform that is customizable to better meet user preferences.
The hotel’s overall aesthetic was inspired by the local nightlife and theater scene, which boasts art venues, boutiques, and historic sites.
President and CEO of Neiman Marcus Group Karen Katz is set to keynote the 2016 GlobalShop tradeshow on March 23rd – 25th at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas
Led by Starwood’s in-house design team, the project was predominated by a locally inspired reinterpretation of French neoclassical elements and Montreal’s underground culture.
Owned by BramhaCorp, the 122-room hotel is the ninth Le Méridien property in India.
The total revamp included all 217 guestrooms and suites, the lobby, and the spa, along with the addition of the Nobu Lanai restaurant, new luxury retail offerings, and the new Pro Shop at the 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Manele Golf Course.
Owned by Junfa Group and managed by Hilton, the 383-room hotel joins a collection of more than 57 operating Hilton properties across Greater China.
Owned and developed by the Lam Group, the 500,000-square-foot, sculpted tower will be built over a three-level podium located in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood when it opens in 2018.
Situated on a 21-acre downtown plot, the 398-room resort will receive a multimillion-dollar revamp before reopening in November.
The industry trade magazine launches its first interactive relationship-building event in Seattle in 2016.
Designed by locally based David L. Wallace & Associates, the 158-room hotel is owned by a Vantage Hospitality affiliate and will break ground soon near Fort Lauderdale.
Perched on a two-acre plot approximately 2,900 feet above sea level, the 19-story hotel is located between the central business district and the city’s residential suburb.
The first bar to open among GENUINE-branded establishments, the underground location presents a cheeky interior aesthetic that builds upon the space above.
As the name suggests, RH Modern will offer an assortment of specially curated premium furnishings, light fixtures, and decor with a modern-minimalist aesthetic.
The property aesthetic is a modern interpretation of Oxford, Mississippi's Southern ambiance.
The renovation is part of a multimillion-dollar investment program that will reinvent several the company's 14 North American properties
Last month, the firm fully integrated the work system of its São Paulo, Brazil office within the Perkins+Will global technology platform.
To open next spring, the property will be developed amongst several music and entertainment company headquarters within Amsterdam’s mixed-use A’DAM Toren tower.
The residential-style hotel will be repurposed from a historic building that was completed by architect Santiago Medina Mejia in 1946.
To open in 2019, the 270-room luxury hotel will also feature the Fairmont Residences complex.
Located in Richmond, Virginia, the boutique property was repurposed from a historic, 60,000-square-foot building that debuted as the J.B. Mosby & Co. department store in 1916.
The symposium event will be held at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica October 21st–23rd.
John H. Miller will serve as the company's new senior vice president of design and construction, while Eileen Madigan will be its vice president of creative.
Led by design and architecture firm Leo A. Daly, the revamp included the hotel's function spaces, guestrooms, and key amenity offerings.
The project began with a redesign of the hotel’s signature Hinokizaka restaurant, which reopened in 2014, and the lobby lounge and bar; the guestrooms and Club Lounge revamp mark its completion.
Helmed by James Beard Award-winning chef Roy Yamaguchi, Roy’s Beach House restaurant is being repurposed from a space currently occupied by the Ola F&B outlet.
The hotel is being developed by Encore Lodging, which purchased the three existing buildings from Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church for $3.5 million earlier this year.
Locally based D+K Architects and Interiors conceived the 180-seat restaurant, which is located in the city’s Andersonville neighborhood.
The 220-key hotel will occupy a more than 68,000-square-foot site within Durrat Al Bahrain—the second largest island development in the country.
His death was related to complications from Multiple System Atrophy—a degenerative neurological disorder he had been fighting for two years.
Over the next 10 years, more than 20 new Dream Hotel-branded properties are expected to debut, with the first being Dream Phuket.
Opened as Hotel Statler in 1917, the historic Missouri property includes two wings.
Nick Hart launched the company that specializes in the production of high-end casegoods and upholstery.
NEWH's 2017 Leadership Conference will take place at Marriott City Center in Denver in February.
Located in San Diego, the Mexican-inspired restaurant is helmed by chef Javier Plascencia and influenced by the 1942 Bracero Program.
Formerly Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center, the independent resort originally opened in 1976, designed by Scottsdale architect Bennie Gonzales.
Originally designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb and locally based architect E.J. Lennox, the hotel opened in 1903 and was recently renovated for $40 million.
New York-based interior architect and designer Jeffrey Beers will oversee the projects—the beginning of a long-term plan that will encompass additional accommodations and public spaces.
Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa marks the Curio Collection’s second Caribbean property, following the June opening of Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa in Runaway Bay, Jamaica.
The first MHG property in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, the hotel will be constructed along an eco-reserve within Mina al Arab—a mixed-use location.
The contemporary, luxury property is under development by the Olayan Group and will comprise two towers in the city’s Central District.
EDG Interior Architecture + Design and Whitespace Interiors will redesign the California hotel.
San Francisco-based Hornberger+Worstell will fashion the 160-room hotel at the site of the American Tin Cannery retail center.
Gemstone Hotels & Resorts has completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of the 49-room hotel.
Bianchi will be responsible for directing and managing the firm’s project portfolio, while Kaeshoefer will assist in seeing projects through to completion,
Located in Bali, the more than 6,000-square-foot accommodation is the centerpiece of the 20-villa resort.
The event will be held on November 10th at the Conrad New York.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts has converted the former Conrad Chicago hotel into the Gwen, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Chicago.
The 30-room boutique hotel will be the company’s first non-coastal property and 12th overall location.
The hotel's contemporary Balinese interiors were designed by Kuala Lumpur-based DESIGNWILKES
Blackstone agreed to buy Strategic Hotels & Resorts for $6 billion, including all outstanding debt and outstanding shares of stock for $14.25 per share in cash.
Centrally located on Budapest’s Erzsebet Square, the revamped 198-room hotel will debut next spring as the Ritz-Carlton’s first hotel in Hungary.
Located in London, the Great Northern Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel was built in 1854 and renovated in 2013.
Unveiled this past July, the 1,200-square-foot dining concept’s periwinkle and chartreuse interior is a play off Mexican cantinas.
The 110-room Le Méridien Batumi will be a new-build hotel located within the city’s tallest structure, Batumi Tower.
To open in 2018, the hotel will be repurposed from the former Royal High School—a centrally located neoclassical structure.
Designed by Brazilian architect and designer Isay Weinfeld, the new 100-room, 75-residence hotel will be completed in 2017.
Following a seven-year development process, the 286-room luxury urban hotel, which includes the 39-story Times Square tower, opened in the city's District 1 area.
The F&B outlet features a French-Creole aesthetic rooted in Southern architecture.
The Kiroro, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Hokkaido is part of a dual signing with the Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort.
Built in 1910, the 208-room property features a Beaux Arts-style interior and was originally the Bellevue Hotel and most recently Hotel Monaco before being repositioned under Destination management.
The restaurant takes design cues from Italian luxury industries that include handbags, jewelry, vintage cars, and gastronomy.
Located on the islands’ Grace Bay Beach, the 72-suite resort and spa also recently revealed a $3.5 million revamp in celebration of its 10th anniversary.
During the project, all guestrooms and baths were renovated, along with the club lounge, fitness center, outdoor pool and sundeck, concierge lounge, porte-cochere, landscaping, and exterior signage.
The property is the first North American acquisition for Lotte, which currently operates 18 properties across five countries, with 16 more in the pipeline.
Nestled in the city’s historic district, the 50-room Southern Renaissance-style boutique hotel features the Grand Bohemian Gallery, with rare, local artwork, as well as a wine tasting experience.
The flagship is located downtown in the TELUS Garden mixed-use development, and follows in the footsteps of the original outpost, Glowbal Grill Steaks & Satay, which closed last December.
To open in late 2016 or early 2017, the restaurants will be conceived by French designer Philippe Starck.
The 62-year-old, 688-room resort’s transformation will be complete in early 2018.
The hotel is situated within the Tangshan Kerry property, a mixed-use development in the urban Phoenix New Town area that includes a shopping mall and public park.
Each of the property’s 100 guestrooms and four suites now feature an aesthetic inspired by the hotel lobby and surrounding Tribeca lofts.
Upon completion, the hotels will increase Wyndham’s regional Ramada portfolio by more than 10 percent.
During renovations, the Ngala Family Suite will remain open.
The multiphase project is coming to a close next month and will see each restaurant revamped with a fresh aesthetic and newly curated menu.
The 16-room hotel features updated accommodations and amenities.
The 278-room Aloft Austin Downtown and 144-room Element Austin Downtown will comprise a 32-story complex that is scheduled to open in the summer of 2017.
Since its announcement last October and its debut last April, the urban boutique brand has begun developing eight projects and is negotiating deals in several U.S. cities.
The hotel was repurposed from the former Humble Oil Building, which was built in 1921 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.
Once the transaction closes, the company will own more than 78 properties that include 43 rail hotels.