One of the most prestigious hotels in Abu Dhabi will be rebranded from October 1st following the signing of a management agreement between Hilton and sheikh Suroor Bin Mohammed Al Nahyan.
The brand will also debut in the picturesque Strasbourg later this year, in the unofficial champagne capital Reims, with a new hotel to follow in Beaune, Burgundy, in 2022.
A new report from the ratings agency highlights that slightly more than half of hoteliers believe the worst of the crisis is over, yet they expect that the road to recovery could be long.
These recent additions mark 39 new member hotels to join the global portfolio thus far this year – a strong indication that more owners and operators are going independent.
Leeu Collection has promoted Jean van der Walt to the role of area general manager, United Kingdom. She will be based at the group’s Lake District property, Linthwaite House.
Alongside Gruppo Statuto, the company has embarked on an extensive renovation program and plans to unveil the property as San Domenico Palace, Taormina, a Four Seasons Hotel.
Scenic Luxury Cruises has opened bookings for its 2022 European river programme providing guests with more flexibility for their holiday plans.
Drawing inspiration from the vibrant energy and lush greenery of Pudong District, the hotel is designed to create a contemporary urban retreat that connects guests with nature.
One at Palm Jumeirah Is preparing to open in the United Arab Emirates, with two if its three of its luxurious penthouse properties already sold for record-breaking prices
The company, which operates the Premier Inn chain of hotels, said the move was necessary following a slump in travel following the Covid-19 outbreak.
Located in Bloomsbury, the striking landmark building will welcome guests in its stunning rooms and suites, as well as the magnificent Palm Court for all-day dining.
Liverpool City Council has selected a new design Novotel hotel from Accor as the franchise brand for a new 221-bed flagship property in the Knowledge Quarter of the city.