The opening marks the third EVEN brand location and the first in New York.
The HD Conversations: Art in Hospitality panel will be held Thursday, December 3rd from 6 to 9 p.m. at the newly opened Aloft South Beach.
The hotel will be located near its namesake city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, on a forested property that includes natural river and waterfall features.
The 30-month refresh included the North Wing’s 72 accommodations, F&B outlets, lobby, ballrooms, and executive lounge.
The property will occupy the former Holiday Isle Resort in St. Augustine Beach, Florida.
Thailand’s Ritz-Carlton, Koh Samui hotel, along with Japanese resort Niseko Village, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, will be developed in partnership with YTL Hotels.
Headed by Brooklyn-based design firm Crème Design, the project includes a new black steel façade, living room lobby concept, and upgraded F&B options.
The move marks the North American debut for the brand’s premier tier status, which recognizes properties for their destinations, design, and guest experience.
The project is part of an approximately $15 million property improvement plan that will launch later next year.
Located at Hotel Indigo Lower East Side New York, the rooftop bar and restaurant nods to the neighborhood with locally inspired dishes, loft-like interiors, and an intriguing creative concept.
The project will be completed by San Francisco-based David Baker Architects in collaboration with Healdsburg, California-based Myra Hoefer Design.
As with the chef’s other two restaurants, contemporary interiors were conceived by Philadelphia-based Eimer Design.
Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos will develop the hotel within Casa Palacio Castelar—a modest landmark mansion.
Located within the Aventura, Florida property’s Jasmine and Magnolia towers, newly unveiled accommodations feature a light and bright atmosphere.
The creative consultancy will work in-house with Studio 11 to ensure art and décor are properly integrated throughout the installation process.
The resort will be a Cachet Beach and Cachet Deluxe dual-branded hotel development with interiors by Rabago Architects & Consultants in collaboration with Cachet Interior Design.
The independent luxury hotel is located along the 1,200-acre Swaner Nature Preserve and EcoCenter, approximately 32 miles southeast of Salt Lake City.
Located in the city’s upscale Jing’an district, the new office allows the firms to expand their regional presence and cater to Chinese clients interested in developing international hospitality projects.
The 257-key Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago, as well as the Hyatt Place Chicago/Downtown The Loop, have both opened.
Conceived by New York-based MARKZEFF Design, the hotel offers accommodations and public spaces with Texas-style décor and references to the city’s iconic music scene.
The companies together operate or franchise more than 5,500 hotels around the world with approximately 1.1 million rooms.
Located in the city’s Anfa neighborhood, an upscale residential district, the property takes inspiration from its oceanside location.
With offices in Dallas, San Francisco, and Washington, DC, ForrestPerkins, operating under the same name, will continue to specialize in luxury hospitality and high-end residential projects but with an expanded footprint.
Aloft Louisville Downtown offer 175 loft-like accommodations nearby the Kentucky International Convention Center.
Interiors will channel the outdoors with a strong connection to Eau Claire’s cultural scene.
The 201-key resort will feature desert-inspired, midcentury modern interiors that pay homage to the area’s 1950s art scene.
Historic interiors will nod to Miami Beach with a warm, neutral palette punctuated by pops of color throughout the structure, its new tower, and the pool deck.
The host is the first St. Regis-branded property to debut in India and South Asia.
The modern structure was conceived to marry with the approximately 9,884-acre property’s landscape and features a bright design quality.
The locally inspired, 90-room boutique hotel will be converted from a historic building.
The restaurant is Andrés’ first collaboration with W Hotels, as well as ThinkFoodGroup’s first international offering.
The hotel will be developed in collaboration with Los Angeles-based photographer Matthew Rolston.
Under Perkins+Will, PDA will continue to independently operate its own brand, however the two companies will collaborate to provide clients with engagement strategies.
The luxury hotel originally opened in the late 1950s and has been revamped by Acton, Massachusetts-based designer Frank Nicholson, with many design aspects retained.
The eatery was conceived as an outdoor-style experience in the central plaza of São Paulo’s Iguatemi Faria Lima building.
Located along the cliffs of Teno in the island’s northwestern region, the 117-room resort was acquired by Nueva Isla Baja and will be updated to meet Meliá brand standards.
Bright and open interiors are characterized by an indoor-outdoor vibe with Hawaiian-inspired details.
Starwood will take over management of SLS’ existing 289-room LUX Tower when it is converted to the W brand, while the remaining two towers will become part of Starwood’s Tribute Portfolio.
Led by HVS Design and Jonathan Nehmer + Associates (JN+A), the project will include the revamp of the lobby, club lounge, pre-function area, corridors, 327 guestrooms and suites, as well as an expanded fitness center.
With plans to open second quarter 2016, the 1,139-room hotel will be located in central Makkah, Saudi Arabia’s Al Naseem district.
Guestrooms will feature contemporary décor, stylized wood accents, and touches of blue and turquoise.
The property will debut following a $9 million renovation to include all guestrooms, F&B outlets, the fitness center, and outdoor spaces.
Situated a short walk from the Shin-Osaka bullet train station, the hotel’s location allows for quick train access to Universal Studios Japan, as well as major cities like Kyoto and Kobe.
The property is owned by a joint venture between the Bernstein Companies and Bell View Founders.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania-based Hersha Purchasing & Design and locally based C3D Architecture will imbue the Bernic with artful interiors that blend neo-modernism with locally inspired design.
Designed by New York-based Stonehill & Taylor, Camby Hotel interiors will contrast traditional elements, such as columns and marble, with contemporary décor.
The 16-story, luxury property in part of the Star development, a mixed-use complex that includes the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and the Ford Center.
The Gensler-designed 220-room hotel will display an array of music memorabilia throughout its contemporary interiors when it debuts in 2018.
The Nobu restaurant and hotel company is co-owned by Robert De Niro, Hollywood producer Meir Teper, and chef proprietor Nobu Matsuhisa—all of whom will retain the remaining 80 percent ownership stake.
The service allows guests of most Joie de Vivre and Thompson hotels to check in, request upgrades, report service issues, receive restaurant recommendations, order car service, and receive a notification when their room is ready.
The property will feature a modern aesthetic rooted in raw industrial design elements, along with a locally sourced, contemporary art collection.
The firm has already begun working on projects throughout Florida, Venezuela, Ecuador, Colombia, and other unannounced locations.
MGM Resorts will place 10 of its properties into MGM Growth Properties, encompassing more than 24,000 hotel rooms and 2.3 million square feet of function space.
The hotel was inspired by Brutalist architecture with industrial-style flourishes, such as exposed metal screens, brickwork, and tube station tiles.
The 5-Star hotel’s highlight is a natural thermal spa, dubbed the Spa Village Bath.
Developed by the MAJ—the property arm of Ancora Group—the location will be the 13th hotel under the Innside by Meliá brand.
An extension of sbe’s Hyde nightlife heritage brand, the destination lifestyle resort will debut in early 2017.
The approximately more than 6-million-square-foot Hollywood-inspired Studio City spans two 35-story towers with a Ferris wheel.
The program is rooted in the Conrad Concierge mobile app, as well as a dedicated website, where guests may browse specially curated itineraries.
The three-day event drew more than 70 guest speakers and 270 attendees that included boutique hoteliers, vendors, and media partners.
Founded by principals Stacy Elliston and Kellie Sirna in 2011, the studio specializes in the hospitality and leisure industries.
Hokuala – A Timbers Resort will occupy the former site of Kauai Lagoons on the southeast coast of Kaua’i.
The design-centric brand will comprise casual and contemporary full-service hotels geared toward a younger clientele.
The Salisbury property will encompass a gated community of 60 one- or two-bedroom villa suites built in 15 new buildings.
The $13 million, 32-room expansion will more than double the Tucson, Arizona property's room count to 60 by the end of the month.
Cohen will serve on Denihan’s executive committee, as well as lead the overall customer experience.
The hotel’s refresh will unveil 99 guestrooms and suites, restore a F&B concept with panoramic city views, and add a spa with treatment facilities and a blow-dry bar.
The 238-room hotel spans two buildings that were repurposed by Office WINHOV and Baranowitz Kronenberg Architects, in collaboration with several local designers.
Part of an ongoing $1 billion investment plan, the new 587-room Julius tower will feature contemporized rooms and suites designed by Michael Medeiros of Los Angeles-based KNA Design.
Designed by CV Sydney—an offshoot of Singapore-based Kerry Hill Architects—the 105-key resort overlooks the Bay of Bengal.
The brand debuted during a media event at RH New York, the Gallery in Manhattan’s Flatiron district.
Construction is already underway on the 29-story tower located within an 880,000-square-foot, mixed-used development in Parque da Cidade.
The dining concept is based on the area’s industrial heritage, with interiors featuring a warehouse-style aesthetic.
The artful lobby is in addition to a new retail concept established in partnership with Sub Pop Records.
Le Méridien Paro, Riverfront offers contemporary and intimate accommodations that were designed with a sense of place.
While the two-tower Rosemont Hotel and Residences will launch in Dubai, the historic Hotel Phillips is situated in Kansas City, Missouri.
In addition to the newly imagined lobby, Atlanta-based tvsdesign conceived new meeting space and the Cabinet F&B concept.
The California eatery is helmed by executive chef Dakota Weiss—a contestant from season nine of Bravo’s Top Chef.
Capitalizing on the property’s Atlantic Ocean views, the resort features a coastal-inspired aesthetic crafted by the McBride Company.
Set within the 7.6-acre, mixed-use Galleria Plaza development, the 14-story hotel features artful interiors crafted in reference to the oil industry.
The project saw historic details of the lifestyle hotel, built in 1942, restored and enhanced with modern design elements.
The modern American supper club features a timeless aesthetic rooted in warm woods, raw materials, and polished details.
Designed in-house by Drai’s founder Victor Drai, the nightlife venue will feature a Las Vegas-inspired aesthetic.
Skyfall Lounge and Rivea were conceived by French-Canadian design duo Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku.
Designed by San Francisco-based KMD Architects and Taller GLOBAL, the 153-room Ritz-Carlton, Mexico City will launch in 2019.
Originally built by the late Michael Graves, the 24-story, beachfront resort and residences will be renovated by West Palm Beach, Florida-based Garcia Stromberg, in collaboration with interior design consultant Julia Chi and Steven G Interiors.
The report reveals a full recovery for historic hotels from the economic downturn of 2007.
The 24,000-square-foot, multi-level venue will be crafted from the former Haze Nightclub at Aria Resort & Casino.
Located in Orange County’s performing arts district, the 238-room hotel’s guestrooms will feature hardwood floors, granite bathrooms, and an overarching aesthetic rooted in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco movements.
Helmed by two-Michelin-starred chef Matthew Lightner, the modern eatery comprises three airy floors that were designed in reference to a storehouse.
The 129-room hotel will be integrated within London’s 31-story Lincoln Plaza building—located in the city’s business district.
The down-to-earth concept centers on natural elements, bright accent colors, and white bedding.
Located within Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, the French brasserie features a midcentury-inspired aesthetic that has been playfully reinterpreted.
Developed by Strategic Hospitality, the eatery serves New French-style cuisine in an artful multilevel space.
The 135-room property will feature a locally inspired aesthetic centered on Khmer architecture and regionally indigenous materials.
The 104-key, eco-wise new-build hotel is located in the city’s entertainment district nearby Montana State University, Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, Museum of the Rockies, and several ski destinations.
The new additions— the Envoy in Boston; the Grand Bohemian Hotel Mountain Brook in Birmingham, Alabama; and the Citizen in Sacramento, California—have increased its number to 93 hotels.
To open in mid-2017, the nine-story building will be positioned near Amazon’s global headquarters in the South Lake Union area.
The guestroom revamp will be a locally inspired endeavor helmed by New York-based Wimberly Interiors.
The New York firm paid homage to the hotel’s 1920s past with references to iconic individuals who once lived within, as well as its namesake, architect James Renwick, Jr.