The hotel giant's three year growth stategy will add between 275,000 and 295,000 rooms.
Some of the world’s iconic properties sparkled at a Manhattan reception for travel advisors last week, which highlighted hot new properties, destinations and amenities.
Billed as ‘the most extensive restoration in the hotel’s 117-year history,’ the upgrades touched everything from the guestrooms to restaurants to spa offerings.
The skyscraper will house luxury condominiums, a five-star hotel, a spa and fitness amenities.
With a minimalist-chic aesthetic, the new property gives travelers a haven away from the raw energy and noise of Times Square.
Travelers have made their picks for the top accommodations, from properties in Costa Rica to Cambodia to South Carolina.
The brand said that the new logo ‘pays homage to its past and depicts its vision for the future.’
From China to California, these properties feature accommodations and amenities designed for luxury travelers.
Travel advisors give their best insights and selling tips that can help you convert ocean cruisers - and land clients, too - to the wonderful world of river cruising.
The last-minute booking platform allows the brand to serve all types of guests, whether they plan their trip a year or a day in advance.