The Kiroro, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Hokkaido is part of a dual signing with the Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort.
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.
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.
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.
The restaurant takes design cues from Italian luxury industries that include handbags, jewelry, vintage cars, and gastronomy.
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 property is the first North American acquisition for Lotte, which currently operates 18 properties across five countries, with 16 more in the pipeline.
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 62-year-old, 688-room resort’s transformation will be complete in early 2018.
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.
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.
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.
The 16-room hotel features updated accommodations and amenities.
The multiphase project is coming to a close next month and will see each restaurant revamped with a fresh aesthetic and newly curated menu.
During renovations, the Ngala Family Suite will remain open.
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 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.
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.
Located in Bali, the 6-Star luxury resort and residential development is slated to begin construction next year.
To open this October in the city’s central business district, the hotel will be part of Cathedral Square Development—a new city-center location designed by Singapore-based Australian architect Kerry Hill.
Once the transaction closes, the company will own more than 78 properties that include 43 rail hotels.
The 250-room, luxury-lifestyle property will open in 2018 on the downtown harbor.
Despite continued growth, findings based on data collected from more than 460 hotels, resorts, and condo hotels suggest that last year’s RevPAR increase was less than in previous years.
The 110-room hotel references the Beatles in name and concept based on a wealth of performances they gave at the nearby Cavern Club.
The cottages now feature improved room functionality and historic aspects carefully restored based on archival images and documents.
The property is undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation to conclude this October.
Formerly director of design with the Ian Schrager Company, Anda Andrei has been appointed as creative lead for the urban-revival initiative, which has been in the works for ten years.
The 110-seat eatery is helmed by chef and restaurateur Jonathan Waxman.
The newly rebranded property has hosted several U.S. presidents, celebrities, and dignitaries since being built in 1928 by railroad mogul Alex Johnson.
The 1950s-inspired property features midcentury Mexican accents clad in colorful geometric patterns.
The company is aiming to designate more than 50 sites with the top-tier status by the end of the year and 100 altogether by 2017.
Located in a mixed-use development across from the L.A. Live entertainment complex, the 250-room hotel will be the brand’s third LA location.
During the 157-room hotel’s $7.6 million reconstruction, the lobby was completely reimagined with a new terrace added.
To be located in the city center, the 190-room hotel and 273-suite residential complex will be situated within one of three interconnected towers in a landmark mixed-use development.
Both properties are expected to reopen some time in 2016 with newly transformed concepts and layouts.
The company anticipates spending more than $500 million over the next five years to develop approximately 20 more Graduate-branded hotels in college towns.
The newly formed partnership has already committed to a combined investment of more than $400 million in hotel properties and plans to investigate additional real estate opportunities.
The new hotel features a contemporary design highlighted by earthy hues and signature Hampton Inn by Hilton brand elements, such as local photography and artwork.
While average regional RevPAR in the UK sector increased by 21 percent during the third quarter of 2014, growth declined to 5 percent by the second quarter of 2015.
The revamp includes public spaces, guestrooms, and the addition of the modern Lela restaurant and the Sheraton Club lounge.
The 168-room hotel is located approximately 28 miles from Chicago O'Hare International Airport and 25 miles from Chicago Midway International Airport.
Slated for completion in 2018, the properties fall in line with the local government’s emphasis on developing midscale properties to host its upcoming Dubai World Expo 2020.
Warren, Vermont-based architects Dave Sellers and Jim Sanford designed the inn with an emphasis on rustic craftsmanship and locally inspired materials.
The 6,000-square-foot, two-level nightlife destination follows in the footsteps of its Scottsdale predecessor.
Danziger will lead the 14-hotel portfolio’s global operations, brand strategy, and growth.
Following a renovation to wrap up this November, the transaction will close early next year.
The Hampton by Hilton brand will comprise the majority of the new additions, which will join more than 35 exiting or in-development properties throughout Germany and Austria.
The hotel is currently branded as the Holiday Inn Puerto Vallarta and will close this month for an extensive renovation that will reimagine all of its public areas and guestrooms.
With more than 146 properties currently in the region, the new growth is based on the hotel group’s addition of 11 properties between this April and June.
A name for the property is yet to be selected, however the company is currently deciding upon a regionally appropriate identity.
The hotel takes design cues from its surroundings and blends them with contemporary finishes conceived by locally based clo-th Interiors.
The hotel has completed its first phase of redevelopment and will be reimagined as a JW Marriott-branded property upon completion of its $250 million renovation.
The venue is slated to open this month, with additional upcoming locations in Singapore, Dubai, and Taiwan.
Following the opening of 1 Hotel South Beach this past spring, the new property is the brand’s second location and first in New York.
Designed by SmithGroup JJR, the 413-room location will include both the 175-room Canopy by Hilton and the 238-room Hyatt House, an extended stay hotel.
The hotel is one of four in the U.S. to achieve LEED’s highest level of certification and, in 2004, was the first in North America to become LEED-certified.
The main show lounge will host entertainment events and programming and feature an expansive theater.
Designed by Italian multidisciplinary practice Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, the property is housed within four restored 18th century buildings.
The 433,000-square-foot hotel will be positioned perpendicular to the Denver International Airport as part of its new Hotel and Transit Center program.
Located within the Seoul’s central business district, the 317-room hotel is being designed by Heerim Architects & Planners and LTW Designworks.
A collaboration with Paris-based interior designer Alberto Pinto, the total renovation was the property's first since becoming a hotel more than 25 years ago.
The 24-story property will include both the 209-room Tribute Portfolio hotel and the 114-room Element hotel.
The 650-square-foot ice creamery was designed by San Francisco-based Tesser, who completed work on the company’s flagship location in Burlington, Vermont.
Newly branded as ZCA+HBL, the partnership will provide clients with expanded benefits and resources.
Leeu House will open this December in the village of Franschhoek, while the 5-Star Leeu Estates, located nearby on a 170-acre vineyard, will open in 2016.
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor is located in downtown Baltimore in the historic Keyser Building and features an aesthetic inspired by the Pacific Northwest.
The historic Hotel Lennox originally opened in 1929 and will reopen as the Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Downtown/Convention Center Hotel this September.
The project will see a total renovation of the property’s lobby and signature La Yuca buffet-style restaurant.
The new brand image was conceived to reflect the company’s new direction. Aiming for client transparency, the firm’s revamped website now includes a detailed summary of its creative process.
To achieve the Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Design (LEED) Gold certification, sustainable elements will be used throughout the property’s interior and exterior.
The 136-room hotel’s renovation included all guestrooms, public spaces, and a total redesign of its F&B program led by ESG Architects.
Paired, a new F&B program, pairs small plates and bar snacks with curated wine and beer selections and engages guests via demonstrations presented by local craft breweries and sommelier-hosted educational courses.
The 31-room hotel, located downtown, will be managed by Chancellor’s House Management Group and will will be the first luxury hotel near the University of Mississippi.
More than 10,000 feet above sea level, the 166-room hotel will be owned and operated by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts and serve as the city’s first global full-service hotel.
More than 75 percent of total business travel spending is taking place in the U.S., China, and Western Europe, though Asia Pacific is responsible for the largest amount of spending.
The two-floor restaurant occupies the space of a former tailor shop, which inspired its interiors and brand identity.
The 5-Star, adult-only hotel is currently under construction in Portals Nous—a city on Majorca in the Balearic Islands.
While the first three quarters of 2014 looked promising, the Moroccan market experienced a downturn in the last three months of the year.
Located in Portugal, the 57-room hotel features 19th century architecture with contemporary interiors designed by New York-based Clodagh Design.
Upon completion in 2017, the Orlando property will be located nearby SeaWorld and many local attractions.
The newly opened, 5-Star hotel features an aesthetic rooted in local fishing culture and maritime trade.
Hudson Yards Public Square will sit along the High Line and join an interconnected park system on Manhattan’s West Side upon completion.
Canvas will cater to a younger audience with a music-inspired atmosphere.
Its top-to-bottom renovation includes the guestrooms, lobby, lobby bar, an outdoor wedding and events venue, and the addition of the Front Yard restaurant.
The 151-room Rosewood São Paulo will be developed concurrently with the Cidade Matarazzo mixed-use development.
Oakland, California-based Arcsine has been commissioned to conceptualize the space with a contemporary atmosphere inspired by the Barcelona flagship.
The acquisition marks the debut of Hilton's Curio – A Collection by Hilton collection in Latin America.
Founded as the Yankee Clipper by Fort Lauderdale hotelier Robert Gill Jr. in 1956, the site’s historic elements will be preserved.
Built in 1926 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 171-room hotel is located in downtown San Jose.
Led by Santa Barbara, California-based Smith/Firestone Associates (SFA Design), a total renovation of the 5-Star hotel, will include 117 new suites with updated public areas and a restaurant to launch later this year.
The hotel is the tallest in Solo and features the Ruby Convention Hall, which can accommodate 2,500 people.
The new revamp was led by locally based JOI-Design, who mingled the hotel’s Empire and Art Deco styles with references to local culture.
The Tokyo-inspired nightly dinner theater will feature an aesthetic rooted in Asian cityscapes, dragons, and waterfalls.
Located near Times Square, the 139-room hotel serves as the brand’s fourth hotel in the Americas.
While nine of the 15 hotel transactions have been finalized, six are slated to close this November.
The 19-story hotel was inspired by the city's local music scene and features a prominent guitar motif throughout.