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Grand Hyatt at SFO welcomes first guests

Grand Hyatt at SFO welcomes first guests

25 October 2019 Hotel News

Hyatt Hotels has announced the opening of a Grand Hyatt at San Francisco International Airport. As the only on-airport hotel at San Francisco International Airport, the $237 million luxury hotel sits on 4.2-acres and features 351 rooms with 22 suites.

O’Brien to lead Shinola Hotel, Detroit

O’Brien to lead Shinola Hotel, Detroit

18 October 2019 Hotel News

Shinola Hotel has confirmed the appointment of Mark O’Brien as general manager of the property. The hotel, which opened earlier this year, is a collaboration between two Detroit-based brands, luxury watchmaker Shinola and real estate firm Bedrock.

Moxy Boston Downtown opens to guests in United States

Moxy Boston Downtown opens to guests in United States

7 October 2019 Hotel News

Located in the heart of Boston’s vibrant Theatre District, Moxy Boston Downtown has officially opened its doors. The property is filled with stylish nods to the Theatre District and offers buzzing social spaces, spirited beverage and food offerings and distinct amenities for guests and locals alike.

Conrad New York Midtown opens in Manhattan

Conrad New York Midtown opens in Manhattan

2 October 2019 Hotel News

Conrad Hotels & Resorts has announced the grand opening of the 54-floor, 562-suite Conrad New York Midtown. The property becomes the brand’s second New York City hotel and is located at 151 West 54th St., the former site of the London NYC.

Moxy NYC East Village opens to first guests

Moxy NYC East Village opens to first guests

12 September 2019 Hotel News

Moxy NYC East Village opens today in the heart of the iconic East Village where rock ‘n’ roll, renegade art, LGBTQ+ activism, and generations of immigrants all merged to give birth to American counterculture.

W Aspen & the Sky Residences launches to guests

W Aspen & the Sky Residences launches to guests

30 August 2019 Hotel News

W Aspen is nestled slope-side on Aspen Mountain - an 11,212-foot summit internationally-renowned for skiing and snowboarding - tucked in at the end of Durant Street, where Aspen’s famous Red-Light District once thrived.