Atlántida Travel presents the most anticipated hotel openings of the year

Barcelona, ​​August 9, 2022 – It is well known that there are few sensations that can be compared with the illusion of releasing something new. Atlántida Travel, referent in the organization of customized luxury travel in Spain, has selected some hotel news from around the world for those travelers who want to be a la última and be the first guests to try their facilities.

“La apertura de nuevos hoteles is a good indicator of the gradual recovery of the tourism sector and of the contained desire to travel after two years of parentage. “The hotel occupancy is looking at the pre-pandemic levels and we trust that the good forecasts are maintained in the long term, beyond the summer season,” said Francesc Escánez, director of Atlántida Travel.

Crossing the pond is always a good plan, but this August will be even more appetizing with the inauguration of the Aman New York hotel, located in the emblematic historical building The Crown Building, in the heart of Manhattan. Following the philosophy of the brand, its 83 suites—decorated with the balance and harmony typical of Japanese culture—invite you to disconnect from the outside world and find a haven of peace amidst the hustle and bustle of “the city that never sleeps.” In addition, the Aman Resorts chain has informed that it will open another hotel in Beverly Hills in 2025. Aman Beverly Hills will have a privileged location, a few minutes from the famous streets of Rodeo Drive and Santa Mónica, and will be an authentic oasis of serenity surrounded by spacious botanic gardens.

In Europe, this autumn the inauguration of the five-star luxury hotel Mandarin Oriental Palace is scheduled, an ode to the belle époque framed in a pristine environment on the shores of Lake Lucerne. After an extensive renovation, this hotel will pay tribute to contemporary Swiss elegance with 136 meticulously designed rooms and suites, a wide range of gastronomic experiences, a holistic spa sanctuary and rooms for private events.

Italy is also preparing to welcome numerous hotel incorporations. This is the case of Four Seasons, which will make its debut in Venice managing the iconic Hotel Danieli from 2025, adding to the properties in Florence, Milan and the flamboyant Hotel Palacio San Domenico in Taormina (Sicily). The designer Pierre-Yves Rochon will be responsible for the renovation and redesign of what is known as the oldest hotel in Venice, which has been in uninterrupted operation for two centuries. But the luxury hotel chain doesn’t stop there, it just opened a Four Seasons in Fort Lauderdale (Florida), and during the second semester it will open two more hotels: Four Seasons Tamarindo, in Puerto Vallarta, and Four Seasons in Punta Mita, two zones of the Mexican Pacific whose popularity is increasing.

For its part, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been selected to manage the Bauer Hotel in Venice. Originally built in 1880, the hotel will undergo a renovation in November of this year directed by the Venetian architect Alberto Torsello and the group of designers BAR Studio, whose main focus will be sustainability. It is expected to reopen in 2025. Rosewood Hotel Bauer will offer 110 rooms – most of them suites –, a garden with views of the “city of canals”, a luxurious wellness center, a refined local cuisine restaurant and an outdoor swimming pool en la octava planta. The hotel forms part of the brand’s growing Italian portfolio, which includes the Rosewood Castiglion del Bosco hotel in Tuscany and the upcoming Rosewood Rome, which will open in 2024. In addition, it is the third hotel opening announced this year, joining a The Raleigh Miami Beach and Rosewood Red Sea in Saudi Arabia. Por si fuera poco, the Rosewood Hotels chain has planned openings in 2023 in Porto Cervo (Cerdeña), Amsterdam and Munich.


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