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Travel - November 16, 2017
10 Hot Hotel Openings in November 2017
Here’s a look at the coolest new hotels opening around the world in November, from Rosewood’s first resort in Southeast Asia to midtown and downtown options in New York.
1. Andaz Singapore
Number of Rooms: 342
Three Interesting Facts:
1. The Andaz opens as part of the new DUO development, featuring twin concave towers inspired by the movements of a dancing couple, and occupies the upper floors of one of the towers, including a pool on the 25th and rooftop bar on the 39th.
2. Andre Fu, designer of the renowned UpperHouse in Hong Kong, did the rooms for the Andaz.
They’re noticeably spacious, with high ceilings magnified by floor-to-ceiling windows.
3. Lots of freebies: wifi, a non-alcoholic minibar and all-day refreshments at the Sunroom lounge, regardless of Hyatt status.
Loyalty Program: World of Hyatt
Price: From $250 or 25,000 Hyatt points per night.
Book with the Hyatt Credit Card to earn 3 points per dollar at Hyatt properties.
2. Hotel Le Louis Versailles Chateau
Number of Rooms: 152
Three Interesting Facts:
1. The full name of this property is Hotel Le Louis Versailles Chateau MGallery By Sofitel Ex Pullman. Shall we break that down?
MGallery is a boutique brand from Sofitel, which is owned by AccorHotels.
Pullman is another Accor brand, acquired in the early ‘90s.
At first, all Pullmans, like the Le Louis, were converted to Sofitels, but now Accord has re-launched the line.
The Le Louis remains a Sofitel but after a full renovation that wrapped up last month, has earned the MGallery designation. (Whew.)
2. As the name implies, the hotel is located in Versailles — it’s just a two-minute walk from the famous palace.
There’s no newer or better place to stay in Versailles than this.
3. Stylish rooms have herringbone wood floors, frescoed ceilings and pops of teal, lilac and gold.
Lights figure play a key role in the design throughout the historic property, from the vaulted barrel skylights over the lobby bar to the gold-and-crystal chandeliers in the restaurant.
Loyalty Program: Le Club from Accor Hotels.
This loyalty program works a bit differently than what we’re used to seeing in the US, with every 2,000 Le Club points earning you a 40 euro (~$42) voucher.
Then you simply need to accumulate enough vouchers to score some free nights.
Price: From $175 or 8,000 Le Club points (4 vouchers) per night.
1. This is the first Rosewood resort in Southeast Asia, stretching across a third-mile of beachfront on Phuket’s southwest shore.
2. The eco-luxurious rooms are called pavilions and laid out apartment-style, with separate living and bedrooms, terraces facing the Andaman Sea and bathrooms that feature open-air courtyards furnished with soaking tubs.
3. Rosewood has chosen the Phuket property to debut its new wellness brand and spa, Asaya; the centerpiece, Asaya Aterlier, is where spices, herbs and oils are customized, crushed and blended to order for each guest.
1. This Joie de Vivre property in San Francisco’s Japantown isn’t new, but this month it unveils a $31 million renovation.
All the “tower” rooms (housed in the former Japanese Consulate) have been redone with stitched-leather seating, poppy Japanese art and headboards trimmed in shibori fabric, a Japanese indigo dyeing technique.
2. The fitness center clocks in at more than 3,000 square feet and includes a yoga studio, meditation center and tea garden.
3. Guests have complimentary access to the communal baths at the adjacent Kabuki Springs & Spa.
Loyalty Program: Joy of Life Club lets you redeem points for 2,500-, 7,500- and 10,000-point increments, worth $100, $300 and $750, respectively, toward hotel stays.
Price: From $249 or 7,500 Joy of Life Club points per night.