The company’s 14th brand will be introduced in six U.S. cities.
Guestrooms and suites feature an array of layouts and custom furnishings from Michaelis Boyd Studio.
Supply is expected to outpace demand in the new year.
The 294-room hotel will highlight the area’s biodiversity.
Christine Lilley’s designs reinforce the natural setting and indoor-outdoor living.
Designed by Gensler, the 180-key hotel will be part of the mixed-use Aerston midtown community.
Wimberly Interiors and ForrestPerkins spearheaded the revamp.
The 162-room hotel will be housed in the former Drechsler Palace.
Both spaces draw inspiration from the Liverpool Football Club’s legacy.
Artist Michele Oka Doner designed the luxury accommodation.
Quinn will oversee brands including Comfort Inn and MainStay Suites.
DiLeonardo International crafted the interiors.
The transaction includes an initial investment of $215 million.
Occupancy rates have risen 36 percent between 2010 and 2015.
The six-room hotel features a crisp palette and Italian furnishings.
The design honors the four natural elements of earth, fire, water, and air.
The resort will open as part of the mixed-use Zanzibar Amber Resort.
The new properties add nearly 1,200 guestrooms to the company’s pipeline.
VOA Studio led the refresh with help from Debora Aguiar Arquitetos.
The design team includes Ben Adams Architects, Studio Mica, and Studio PCH.
DesignLSM crafted the 240-seat eatery.
The San Diego bar highlights tiki culture.
The upscale hotel will open this summer.
Theresa Fatino Design will channel the coastal location in the design.
The historic Santa Monica hotel is undergoing a refresh set to debut this spring.
The inaugural award recognizes educators who make a significant contribution to interior design education.
Cédric Gobilliard will head the new branch.
The 194-room hotel will mark the brand’s debut in Morocco.
The property received landmark status in 1984.
The hotel will be housed within a mixed-use tower in the Golden Triangle neighborhood.
The Miami Beach cocktail lounge references vintage surf, skate, and rock culture.
The brand added hotels in the Bahamas, Germany, Dubai, and the U.S.
Occupancy will be up 5 percent with ADR increasing 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2017.
Designers Gisela Isabel and Lora Hunsaker infused the space with 1980s flair.
Dreimeta will design the 165-room hotel.
In Situ Architecture will collaborate on the overhaul.
Studio Tack and Sierra Sustainable Builders led the renovation.
Registration launches for the industry’s leading design show and conference.
The historic Puerto Rican property features architectural upgrades and new facilities.
The event will include programming on sustainable design and digital print technology.
Plan One and Les Harbottle Design crafted the Renaissance Lagos Ikeja.
David Rau will lead the revamp of the 220-acre property, reopening in 2019.
The renovation draws influence from historic San Franciscan Alma Spreckels.
The Art Deco-style design channels the glamour of the hotel’s namesake, sculptor Gwen Lux.
The city has 190 projects and more than 31,000 guestrooms in development.
The locally inspired makeover will be carried out by Bilkey Llinas Design.
Kachindamoto will also receive a piece of custom artwork and a $2,000 donation to benefit 144 female students in her country.
The former warehouse now features a Scandinavian-inspired design from ESG Architects.
The 800-room, 524-residence resort will be located in the island’s Ko Olina development.
The mixed-use tower will house an AC Hotel and a Residence Inn designed by Lindsay Pope Brayfield Clifford & Associates.
The region currently has 513 projects and 136,683 guestrooms in development.
The 180-room property is designed by John Portman & Associates.
COE Architecture is designing the minimalist property in Riverside, California.
The hotel’s policies aim to help combat poverty, inequality, and climate change.
The $100 million redesign includes upgrades to the 547 guestrooms as well as new dining and pool facilities.
Honoring traditional Indian elements, the restaurant includes a vibrant color palette and handmade details.
GA Design and Beyond Design have infused the interiors with a localized style.
Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Tokyo round out the top four non-Chinese cities with the most robust pipelines.
Thirteen Carriage House suites will receive contemporary upgrades that honor the hotel’s storied past.
The nautical-inspired design includes natural materials and sea-inspired elements.
The redesign features local and alpine-inspired motifs.
DSA Architects and Gatserelia Design crafted the 560,000-square-foot beachfront resort.
Delawie Architects and EDG have crafted the Andaz Scottsdale Resort & Spa’s midcentury modern environment.
Designed by Philippe Starck and Foster + Partners, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach includes an expansive art collection.
The restaurant balances industrial and nautical motifs with elegant accents.
The Distillery houses three floors of F&B concepts as well as three guestrooms designed by brand founders.
The 181-room hotel will receive upgrades honoring its early 20th-century roots and tranquil park setting.
The $40 million redesign includes more than 20 new suites and a revamped dining concept.
Penner served on the Cornell University faculty for more than 40 years.
Organic and modern elements create a surreal environment in the Southern California venue.
Studio Unltd will design the multifunctional dining concept.
DESIGN360unlimited uses hotel spaces to explore the local concept of kīpuka.
Kenneth Ussenko Designs crafted the ornate venue.
Johanes Architects designed the culturally rich hillside property.
A newly imagined Beach House, coffee concept, and sustainable programming have been introduced.
Featuring the city’s second tallest tower, the complex will house an HBA-designed Waldorf Astoria.
The Los Angeles restaurant comprises three interconnected dining spaces and a glass-enclosed exhibition kitchen.
The rebranding and renovation remodeled 174 guestrooms and upgraded the spa and fitness center and dining venues.
Led by architect Alejandro Otazu, the renovation positions the hotel as Buenos Aires’ only property to harness solar energy.
The openings and renovation will double the Thai brand’s existing portfolio.
Designed by Ann Johnson, the property’s indoor-outdoor aesthetic emphasizes its tropical setting.
The brand’s fifth Mexican outpost will draw on the location’s cultural riches.
The brand is slated to launch 10,000 outposts by 2020.
Design touches reference the site’s history as a former rope factory.
Marcello Pozzi’s natural palette is ideal for a transition from day to night.
The residential development will debut in 2020.
The city currently has 18,229 rooms in its total pipeline.
The Striped Horse’s eclectic design complements its beachside locale.
The combined portfolio includes 188 hotels in 19 Latin American countries.
The hotel will reopen in March 2017 with $60 million in upgrades.
The deadline for Project and Product entries is March 3rd, 2017.
The 82 suites and villas will be spread across five different locations.
Designed by Garrison Architects and Vanessa Guildford, the Williamsburg location will feature 249 modular guestrooms.
Designed in-house, the outposts span multiple floors and feature ample, flexible spaces.
Twenty-two new guestrooms channel a European village with rich hardwood flooring, antique furnishings, and large windows.
A rustic aesthetic is inspired by English folklore and the rural location.
The $805 million deal more than doubles sbe’s hotel portfolio.
HBA’s design represents a local narrative from the late 1800s to the 1920s.
The 179-room hotel will feature midcentury modern style.
The addition includes 200 guestrooms, a spa, meeting space, and a resort-style pool.