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  1. Marking the brand's debut resort in the Caribbean, Six Senses La Sagesse, Grenada is set on a headland on the southern part of the island known for its spice and relaxed lifestyle.Set to open in late 2022, the resort and residences are spread over 38 acres (15 hectares) and laid out using the natural topography of the land, with great effort given to ensuring space, privacy and uninterrupted views over the turquoise sea. The resort will offer 56 guestrooms, seven one-bedroom villas and five two-bedroom villas, with no building higher than a palm tree. Influenced by the region's traditional architecture, the design language mimics a Caribbean village bursting with variety along the lakefront promenade and beach. The walkways through the gardens are made of repurposed nutmeg shells and cocoa skins, maintaining the connection to Grenada's "Spice Island" heritage.A world of their ownCrowning the bluff to capture the Caribbean breeze and 270-degree views are a handful of contemporary resid...
  2. Travelodge, Scotland's first branded budget hotel chain celebrates its 35th milestone birthday by opening its first hotel in Elgin - which is also the company's most northern point hotel. Elgin Travelodge is the company's 592nd hotel and its 47th property in Scotland. It represents a multimillion investment for third party investors and has created 20 new jobs within the community. The purpose built hotel is located at Elgin Gateway Business Park, making it ideal for exploring the county of Moray and the world famous whiskey region of Spreyside, home to some of Scotland's most famous exports. Elgin Travelodge features 61-rooms which includes SuperRooms, the company's premium economy room concept. This new class of room is the first of its kind in the UK budget hotel market, and is designed around the 'premium economy' concept familiar to airline users. It dials up the comfort factor for business and leisure customers who want the extra choice of a more premium room (See notes to edito...
  3. Meliá Hotels International and Generali Real Estate are delighted to announce that they will be partnering together in a unique project in Milan: a new Gran Meliá hotel opening in the city centre in 2023. This announcement confirms both players' confidence in Milan and their recognition of the investment opportunities within the city, as the travel industry recovers following the pandemic. The 5-star hotel will be the result of the complete refurbishment and restoration of the historic Palazzo Venezia, one of the most recognisable buildings in Piazza Cordusio, just a few metres from Piazza del Duomo in the centre of Milan. The building owns its name to Generali's Venetian roots: it was designed in the late XIX century by architect Luca Beltrami, built by the Generali Group as its headquarters in Milan, and hosted the Generali offices until the move of the Generali Tower in CityLife. The transformation of the building into a luxury hotel will be the perfect transition owing to its monu...
  4. ME Dubai, an architectural masterpiece and one of the world's most talked about openings of the year, is excited to announce its reopening on 28th November 2020. Home to world-class cultural programming, innovative culinary experiences and breath-taking design by Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA), the hotel is situated in The Opus by Omniyat building and is the latest addition to Dubai's iconic skyline located in the heart of the Burj Khalifa district. Zaha Hadid's legacy project, ME Dubai is the only hotel in the world to have both its interiors and exteriors designed by ZHA, and its futuristic architecture, characterised by curves, sharp angles and bold materials, epitomises Hadid's unique design style. Check it out, here. A haven for epicureans, ME Dubai sets the culinary benchmark with its unparalleled array of food and drink offerings, ever ahead of the curve. Bringing a touch of Mexican soul and warmth to Dubai, DESEO, a Latin affair, exudes a sophisticated yet social vibe and a tropi...
  5. Welcome to China. Deutsche Hospitality is planning to open two new Steigenberger Hotels in Haiyan on the South China Sea coast 100 kilometres southwest of Shanghai at the start of 2022. Both properties are being developed as part of the Hangzhou Bay Sunac Cultural Tourism City, a new tourist and cultural destination which is currently under construction. The hotels will be built on a 291-hectare location which will also be home to four leisure parks, a shopping centre and a residential district. An exclusive partnership agreement was signed during a ceremonial inspection visit to the construction site. "Deutsche Hospitality's expansion into China represents a strategic milestone in the cooperation between the group and its shareholder Huazhu," explained Marc Cherrier, COO Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts at Huazhu. Mr. Cherrier joined Yang Wenhu, General Manager of Hangzhou Bay Sunac Cultural City, to sign the agreement at Hangzhou Bay. Marcus Bernhardt, CEO Deutsche Hospitality, is als...
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