Hotel Indigo Milan - Corso Monforte takes inspiration from the surrounding neighbourhood, mixing elements from 1950s Italian vintage fashion with contemporary cues intrinsically weaved into one seamless interior design theme of fashion through the ages.
Scandic has opened the historic hotel and event venue Scandic Falkoner in Copenhagen’s Frederiksberg theatre district. This is the company’s second new hotel in the city in less than a year and just one of several hotels that will be established in the coming years.
Leonardo Hotels has begun work on a new 204-bedroom four-star hotel in Barcelona, the first to be built in the city after a 2015 moratorium on hospitality construction was lifted.
Marriott International has welcomed the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow – marking the brand’s entry in Poland. The property is operated as part of a franchise agreement with Hotel Management Group.
Lawrence Dubey will be responsible for directing all hotel operations, while ensuring the Nobu Hotel five-star standard of service and guest experience is implemented and maintained throughout.
Airelles has confirmed Mademoiselle Val d’Isère will welcome its first guests on December 19th. This is the latest opening for the luxury hotel collection which already includes Les Airelles in Courchevel and La Bastide in Gordes.
Aparthotels Adagio has announced plans to quadruple its UK portfolio over the next four years. The brand will strengthen its presence in central locations across the UK, with a new opening planned in Leicester by the end of 2019.
InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the rebranding of voco Oxford Thames. The hotel was acquired in 2019 as part of IHG’s strategic partnership with Covivio to acquire 12 Principal and DeVere properties.
Travelodge is looking to grow its coastal hotel network with a further 26 properties in seaside resorts and coastal towns in the British Isles. The hotel chain opened its first seaside hotel in Brighton in 1999 and has opened its 36th seaside resort hotel at Rhyl beach.
Moxy Hotels has made its entrance into Greece, opening the doors to Moxy Patra Marina. The third largest city in the country, Patra is set on the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Patras, where the Moxy Patra Marina is situated.
The Collective Canary Wharf, which spans 21 storeys and where rooms start from £1,300 per month, now becomes the world’s largest co-living space, taking over from the Collective Old Oak in west London which opened in 2016.
Barceló Budapest is the latest addition to the city, superbly located in the historic centre – close to the historic landmarks including the Cathedral, Budapest Synagogue, the parliament, and the increasingly lively Danube shore.