A Collection of Exclusive Hotels: The four 2019 Leading Hotel openings
The Leading Hotels of the World, is the prestigious company that operates in the field of luxury hospitality, representing over 375 of the finest hotels, resorts and spas in the world.
It was founded in 1928 by a group of influential and far-sighted European hoteliers, and has nine decades in creating unforgettable travel experiences. The Leading Hotels of the World expect a hotel to meet strict standards of excellence with regard to guest comfort, comfort and well-being. After an accurate affiliation request and a strict inspection, only the most prominent hotels are accepted.
In this article, we list 4 future Hotel openings. They are Hotels and Resorts that really deserve to be tested, and we hope to have them soon among the Hotels and Resorts of our Network of Verified structures.
1. HALEKULANI OKINAWA
OKINAWA, JAPAN – OPENING JULY 2019
Set on the main island of Okinawa facing a mile of coastline within the Okinawa Kaigan Quasi-National Park, the hotel features 360 rooms with views of the emerald sea.
Noteworthy culinary options, a luxury spa featuring a heat facility using natural hot spring waters, and an abundance of natural splendor make the resort a dream getaway for sybarites and nature lovers.
2. THE LEGIAN SIRE, LOMBOK
LOMBOK, INDONESIA – OPENING JULY 2019
Nestled on Lombok’s most pristine beach a mere 40-minute flight from Bali, The Legian Sire, Lombok is a boutique suite and villa resort with stunning views of the famous Gili Islands. Exuding barefoot luxury, all suites boast 1,200-square-feet overlooking the ocean, and the resort features 55- and 75-foot infinity pools.
The Club by The Legian Sire offers highly personalized butler service and a strong sense of exclusivity, with carefully appointed pool villas, eight beachfront villas, and a beach house with direct access to the white sandy beach. A holistic philosophy of bespoke spa treatments, including vitality pools, nutrition and fitness programs, are tailored to balance the body and soul.
The hotel’s three dining venues, including a vegetarian restaurant, make the most of the hotel’s organic fruit and vegetable gardens. Diving, watersports, surfing, trekking, golfing, and sunset cruises provide for unforgettable memories.
3. HALL ARTS HOTEL
DALLAS, TEXAS – OPENING SEPTEMBER 2019
Spread out over 19 city blocks, the downtown Dallas Arts District is a vibrant hub for all things cultural, where world-renowned, Pritzker Prize-winning architects I.M. Pei., Norman Foster, and Rem Koolhaas have created temples to opera, sculpture, theater, art, the symphony, and more.
In the center of this creative enclave is HALL Arts Hotel, the only hotel in the Dallas Arts District. With a rooftop pool featuring spectacular downtown views, two chef-driven restaurants, design-forward spaces, and works of art from the extensive in-house collection displayed throughout, the boutique retreat both reflects and complements the soul of the area.
4. HOTEL OKURA TOKYO
TOKYO, GIAPPONE – OPENING SEPTEMBER 2019
When the iconic 1960’s Hotel Okura Tokyo was partially demolished in 2015 ahead of renovations, it was met with public outcry and a petition to retain its classic lobby. Happily, the operator agreed to restore much of the hotels original features, albeit across two new towers—the Okura Prestige and Okura Heritage buildings.
The luxury hotel, which is next door to the US Embassy in Tokyo’s Minato Ward, will reopen as the Okura Tokyo following a $979 million renovation, just in time for the 2020 Summer Olympics.
What do you think about this 4 Hotel openings? Do you have other Hotels to report that you think deserve to be mentioned?