Spotlight on New Hotels

 

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Hilton Guiyang

Hilton's flagship brand Hilton Hotels and Resorts debuts in Guiyang, China with a new-build 299-room, state-of-the-art hotel in the Guanshanhu district.

Thompson Washington D.C.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the opening of Thompson Washington D.C., the Thompson Hotels brand’s first property in the nation’s capital.

Amari East Bay Hangzhou Lobby

Thailand's leading hospitality company; ONYX started 2020 with the announcement of a new property. The company signed a management agreement with Hangzhou East Bay Headquarters Base Construction Co. Ltd. to open China's second Amari hotel.

Hampton Inn Egg Harbor Township Atlantic City

Hilton announced the opening of a new upper-midscale property in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. The property features 111 modern and spacious rooms and offers travelers high-quality, value-added amenities. 

W Playa Del Carmen

Marriott International's W Hotel will be opened in Playa Del Carmen at Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. The property is expected to rise on an oceanfront site within walking distance to entertainment, upscale shopping, and restaurants.

Hyatt Regency Thrissur opens in Kerala

Hyatt Hotels announced the opening of 77-room Hyatt Regency Thrissur in the cultural capital of Kerala, India. The contemporary hotel aims to bring the Hyatt Regency brand’s signature hospitality to business and leisure guests traveling to the region. 

Lushan West Sea Resort

Hilton announced the opening of a Curio Collection branded property in a private-owned island of Lushan West Sea. The resort hosts the best of the Lushan West Sea, one of China’s most well-preserved natural landscapes.

JW Marriott Sanya Haitang Bay opened

JW Marriott, part of Marriott International, Inc., announced the opening of JW Marriott Sanya Haitang Bay, located on the Haitang Bay, the National Coast of China.

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