Weekly hotel openings roundup - France, Japan, Peru and the US
Friday 22 October 2010
This week saw the reopening of dramatically refurbished hotels in Paris and Tokyo, as well as two new properties in the United States and one in Peru.
Le Royal Monceau
One of Paris's grandest hotels reopened its doors after a Philippe Starck-led refurbishment this week. The Raffles-owned property has been closed since June 2008 and now offers a selection of 85 rooms, 61 suites and three private apartments set to open next year.
Four Seasons Hotel Denver
Denver, Colorado, USA
The new Four Seasons opened October 19 in the heart of Denver's Theatre District, boasting a streetside restaurant,y rooftop pool and spa. The 239-room property also features "Art at Four Seasons", a 1,200 piece strong collection of art by local artists in the hotel's public areas.
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Boasting rooms with kitchens and LP record players, The Redbury is set to be Hollywood's trendiest property. Curated by photographer Matthew Rolston, the 57-suite hotel also offers the Cleo Restaurant and in-flat yoga services.
The 251-room Capitol Tokyu played host to some of the world's most famous celebrities and politicians before it closed its doors in 2006. Reopened this week, the hotel now features five restaurants and bars, a 20- meter indoor swimming pool and stunning views of the surrounding greenery and Hie Shrine next door.
Cusco Aranwa Boutique Hotel
Aranwa's latest five-star property is built on a 16th century colonial mansion and offers 43 rooms and suites, along with spa, hairdressing salon, restaurant, bar and an oxygen enrichment system to improve air quality.
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