New York City, Seattle, Atlanta and Dallas are all seeing hotel activity. With openings across the U.S., brands are setting roots in major cities:
Park Terrace Hotel Opens in NYC’s Bryant Park
The newly built Park Terrace Hotel opened its doors in Bryant Park. The Bryant 16 West 40 project is 32 stories high with 2,500 sq. ft. of retail space, 25,500 sq. ft. of restaurant space and 57 luxury residential condominiums.
The hotel also has a total of 226 new guestrooms designed by Stonehill & Taylor. The hotel’s Terrazzo Lounge has views of the city’s skyline and landmarks—Bryant Park, the American Radiator Building, The New York Public Library and the Empire State Building.
The project was funded in part by U.S. Immigration Fund, through the EB-5 Program. The new Park Terrace Hotel is part of the first-ever residential condominium built on Bryant Park. Designed by architect, David Chipperfield, the EB-5 project is Chipperfield’s first ground-up residential tower in the United States.
Midtown Hotel Pays Tribute to Irish Culture, Food and Drinks
Merrion Row Hotel and Public House is now open. The 28-room hotel with a pub and restaurant in midtown Manhattan nods to Ireland in its decor, food and service.
Close to Bryant Park, the Theater District and Rockefeller Center, Merrion Row Hotel and Public House has meeting and event space along with Merrion Row Hotel’s Public House, anchoring the building’s first floor, delivering pub favorites.
New Hyatt Regency Offers Space in the Pacific Northwest
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has opened the Hyatt Regency Seattle, located in downtown Seattle near the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Pike Place Market. Hyatt Regency Seattle is the largest hotel in the Pacific Northwest.
The 45-story hotel has 1,260 guestrooms, a fitness center, three on-site dining options and the Hyatt Regency Club lounge with fire pits and a wraparound patio. The hotel also has more than 103,000 sq. ft. of meeting and event space.
Waldorf Astoria Expands Brand to Atlanta
Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead is now open. The property, formerly Mandarin Oriental Atlanta, is the first for the brand in Atlanta. The hotel has 127 rooms and 10 suites, a spa, pool, fitness center, meeting and event space and dining options.
The hotel is close to attractions, such as Atlanta Botanical Garden, Georgia Aquarium and the High Museum of Art. The property is also close to shopping options, including the Lenox Square Mall, The Shops Around Lenox, The Shops Buckhead Atlanta and Phipps Plaza.
Art-Focused Hotel to Come to Dallas
Canvas Hotel Dallas is accepting reservations and scheduled to open on Jan. 1, 2019. Canvas has art-centric accommodations, a rooftop lounge and pool, meeting and event spaces and a new lobby restaurant.
Formerly known as Nylo Dallas South Side, Canvas is created and managed by Intrigue Hotels & Resorts, the independent lifestyle division of Interstate Hotels & Resorts. 76 art-infused suites and guestrooms have been renovated along with the lobby area and F&B outlets.
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