The Hotel 6 and Estudio 6 brands will launch 10 properties over the next five years.
The conference will take place in May.
Occupancy rates have risen 36 percent between 2010 and 2015.
The new properties add nearly 1,200 guestrooms to the company’s pipeline.
The city currently has 18,229 rooms in its total pipeline.
Designed in-house, the outposts span multiple floors and feature ample, flexible spaces.
The 20-acre site will house 25 restaurants and 40 shops.
The Williamsburg Inn and the Williamsburg Lodge will be among the reinterpreted venues.
The 34-unit condominium is the next phase of redevelopment in the area following the opening of the Asbury Hotel this year.
The 125,000-square-foot stadium will debut in time for the 2016 US Open.
The design is inspired by Wisconsin’s natural beauty.
The three hotel deals mark the first time a U.S.-based company has entered the Cuban market in nearly 60 years.
The first phase of development will be completed by July.
The hotel is the first of 189 in development.
They will be located in Munich, Esborn, Berlin, Oslo, and Aberdeen.
The Hong Kong-based brand will add three new hotels.
The design is inspired by the city’s history of maritime trade.
The total cost of the resort is estimated at $5 billion.
Designed by NICOLEHOLLIS, the Candler Hotel will debut in 2017.
The company will develop properties in Boston and New York with Cottonwood Management.
The company will partner with Mori Trust Group to rebrand five existing Laforet properties.
Three new projects are slated to open in Brazil.
Marriott’s new lifestyle brand is slated for New Orleans and Tempe.
The brand extension targets extended stay guests.
Properties are planned for Pittsburgh, Houston, and Eugene, Oregon in 2017.
The property offers 5-Star hotel amenities for permanent or long-term stays.
The work follows a $50 million upgrade to the property completed last year.
The firm plans to expand 50 percent by 2020.
The property is located on an operating winery and vineyard.
The 200-room resort features a spa, meeting facilities, and an outdoor pool.
The $289 million Omni Louisville is the brand’s first property in Kentucky.
Upcoming projects include a nightclub, a restaurant, meeting space, and an outdoor pool.
The company will operate 22 hotels in the state by the end of 2018.
The 270-room hotel will open in 2017.
Slated to open in 2018, the property will be the brand’s fifth location.
With an inaugural hotel in Shanghai, the brand hopes to open upper midscale hotels throughout China.
The properties will all showcase a European-inspired aesthetic with modern and timeless interiors.
The 18,000-square-foot space will feature an intimate lounge area with plush couches, VIP elevator access, and views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Napa, California’s former Copia building will be repurposed as an educational facility that is slated to include teaching kitchens, a museum, and a new winetasting venue and restaurant.
The culinary-driven location is slated to open in late 2017 within the forthcoming Empire Outlets retail development.
The resort was originally completed in 2002 by San Diego-based architecture firm Delawie, which will return to head the new project.
The expansion will add an additional 200,000 square feet of meeting space, which will target LEED certification.
The TWA Flight Center has been closed to the public since 2001 and will now be converted into a hotel targeting LEED certification.
Designed to both contrast and integrate with the environment, the property is scheduled to open in 2018 at the forthcoming St James Point resort community.
The 1.5-million-square-foot development will include two residential towers, F&B outlets, retail space, a 2-acre garden, and the renovation and rebranding of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
Developed by Standard Portfolio Group and Wave Hospitality, the design of the to-be-named 135-acre property will nod to its surroundings and the history of the area.
New York-based Stonehill & Taylor Architects will repurpose the hotel from a former Salvation Army building, which will feature an aesthetic inspired by the area’s Victorian-era history and modern music scene.
While chef José Andrés is expected to launch a Spanish-inspired eatery, chef Costas Spiliadis will open Estiatorio Milos, his signature Greek restaurant.
A certified ClimaHotel, the sustainably oriented property will be constructed according to green building principals with low-impact materials
The $65 million project will include an expanded gaming floor, the new speakeasy-inspired BB King's Blues Club, and a hotel component.
The modern structure was conceived to marry with the approximately 9,884-acre property’s landscape and features a bright design quality.
The approximately more than 6-million-square-foot Hollywood-inspired Studio City spans two 35-story towers with a Ferris wheel.
The design-centric brand will comprise casual and contemporary full-service hotels geared toward a younger clientele.
The down-to-earth concept centers on natural elements, bright accent colors, and white bedding.
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.
Announced last October, the brand will soon see eight additions, along with its first opening.
The company will soon roll out a new website, several hotel openings, and new luxury services.
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 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 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.
Over the next 10 years, more than 20 new Dream Hotel-branded properties are expected to debut, with the first being Dream Phuket.
The Kiroro, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Hokkaido is part of a dual signing with the Sheraton Hokkaido Kiroro Resort.
Upon completion, the hotels will increase Wyndham’s regional Ramada portfolio by more than 10 percent.
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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Hudson Yards Public Square will sit along the High Line and join an interconnected park system on Manhattan’s West Side upon completion.
Located in Napa’s renowned Stags Leap district, the 3,500-square-foot Estate Lounge marks the completion of the Winery's final phase of construction.
The LAAC is also redesigning its fifth and sixth floor athletic facilities, which will include men's NBA-style pro lockers, women's locker rooms, a spa, basketball and volleyball courts, a retail corridor, and F&B outlets.
With plans to debut in 2020, the 248-room property is a part of a mixed-use development located in Jinan, the capital of China’s Shandong province.
In addition to a new restaurant and retail outlets, the Florida property will see a complete refresh of its lobby and spa.
For the site’s next development phase, the firm will work in collaboration with locally based SERA Architects, Mayer/Reed, Studio Jeffreys, and Interface Engineering.
Virgin Cruises has additionally signed a binding letter of intent with Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri to construct three midsize ships, the first of which is slated to set sail in 2020.
As a nod to the hotel’s Times Square location, the aesthetic is contemporary and rooted in the concept of time.
Remaining faithful to Dilbeck's vision, property renovations will include the lobby, pool area, various structural updates and repairs, and new landscaping.
The property originally opened in 2000 as an urban design hotel owned by hotelier and gastronomist Urs Karli, who redesigned the property with French architect Jean Nouvel.
The 97-room Kyoto Teramachi will open next year, while the 128-room Kyoto Shinkyogoku will debut in 2017.
Developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group, the approximately one-million-square-foot retail center is slated to house New York’s first Neiman Marcus flagship store and chef Thomas Keller’s new restaurant.
The property will follow a model similar to BD Hotels’ Pod 51 and Pod 39 in New York.
The revamp of the 354-room hotel will include its lobby, exterior entry and signage, public spaces, restaurant, meeting rooms, and guestrooms.
To be developed by HAGL, the 400-room, new-build hotel will be in a mixed-use complex featuring office buildings, apartments, and a commercial center.
After acquiring the property last year, Related will revamp the 147-residence property’s West Tower in addition to a total redesign of the hotel’s public spaces, amenities, and guestrooms.
Located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s Teton Village, the resorts represent the brand's ongoing growth in the ski and adventure markets.
Other recent upgrades were made to the hotel's 410 guestrooms with further property renovations expected later this year.
Spearheaded by the firm’s co-founder and design director, Beatrice Girelli, the refresh includes the property’s public spaces, which will reveal original features hidden by past renovations.
Redesigned by Seattle-based Dawson Design Associates, the hotel will feature an art-inspired aesthetic after the total renovation is complete.
Owned by Zhuhai Doumen District Shirong Industry, the 300-room hotel will be situated on a 12.5-hectare delta and include mixed-use elements.
The transaction is scheduled to close this summer.
Influenced by a Mediterranean-meets-California aesthetic, all rooms, including 28 suites, were recently renovated to incorporate tech-chic design elements.
Joining Thompson Hotels, Joie de Vivre Hotels, and tommie, Alila Hotels and Resorts is the company’s fourth hotel brand. Each Alila property will retain its name.
WATG Singapore will design the 300-room, 5-Star Embassy by Hilton Bo'ao, to be located on the resort island of Hainan in Bo'ao, China.
The historic Art Deco property is located within walking distance of Niagara Falls in New York.
The eleventh property in Choice Hotels’ Caribbean portfolio, Alegria joins the Ascend Hotel Collection and will be managed by M&R Hotel Management.
The 348-room Marriott in Bellevue, Washington is slated to open in July, while the 169-room Hilton Garden Inn Chelsea in Manhattan will open this month.
Entitlements and permits are expected to be secured by the end of the year, at which point both hotels will break ground with a slated completion date of 2017.
Forthcoming projects announced for the region include ME Doha, Meliá Downtown Residences Dubai, and the Innside JLT Dubai.