New Hotels: Moscow, New York City, Anguilla

Taylor Lorenz 2 January 2018

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A weekly roundup of new hotel openings around the world.

We take a look at hotels that have just opened, hotels that are in the works and major hotel changes across the globe.

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Just opened: Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park, Moscow

The first Hyatt Regency hotel opened in the Russian capital of Moscow earlier this month, making it the second Hyatt in the city.

The new hotel features 298 guest rooms and 39 suites, each designed with contemporary art and modern, natural materials.

On-site there are three restaurants that include electric, oriental and traditional Russian cuisine. Conference and events spaces, a 24-hour gym, a 25-metre indoor pool and luxury spa are also on-site.


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Just opened: Radisson Blu Resort, Al Khobar Half Moon Bay, Saudi Arabia

Radisson Blu opened its first resort in Saudi Arabia along the western shoreline of Half Moon Bay in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia.

The resort is filled with a combination of 137 rooms, suites and private chalets. The high-end, stylish accommodation has balconies on most of the rooms overlooking the pool, gardens or sea.

The new property is the largest resort in Al Khobar, is close to white sand beaches and has many recreational activities on-site which include health clubs, an outdoor swimming pool and a kids’ area. The resorts private beach has opportunities for jet skiing, sailing, diving and more.


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Just opened: The Dominick Hotel, New York City

Formerly known at the Trump SoHo New York, the hotel has rebranded keeping its luxurious standard. The Dominick Hotel is the only five-diamond star hotel in the SoHo neighbourhood.

The 46-storey, 391-room property offers views of Manhattan and the Hudson River and is one of only three hotels in NYC that are apart of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts' prestigious Legend Collection.

The amenities don’t disappoint with a world-class spa, health club, three food and drink venues, an outdoor pool, banquet and events spaces.

  • Opened: 22 December 2017
  • Rooms start from: USD$277 ($355), king guest room
  • Book: The Dominick Hotel

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Just opened: Four Seasons Hotel Megève, Megève, France

The first Four Seasons mountain experience opened for the snow season earlier this month in the adored region of the French Alps close to the medieval town of Megève.

Located on the slopes of Mont d’Arbois, the property has direct access to over 400 kilometres of ski tracks. It also has the only in-house Ski Valet in the region.

This luxurious hotel with stunning views offers a number of experiences such as helicopter ski safaris, sleigh rides and ice fall climbing.


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Just opened: Quintessence Hotel, Anguilla

Quintessence Hotel - A Tropical Grand Mansion celebrated its grand opening on New Year’s Day. It is the first hotel to open on Anguilla since hurricane Irma and after 10 years of building is the first luxury resort on the island.

The hotel overlooks the white sandy beaches of Long Bay. Nine suites and villas make up the property along with a 5-star restaurant, spa, an infinity pool, boutique, fitness centre and yoga pavilion.

A tennis court, outdoor massage pagoda and a life-size chess board are also on-site. The hotel has a large focus on health and wellness, which is evident throughout.

Feature image: Quintessence Hotel, Anguilla


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