Weekly hotel openings roundup - New York, New York
Friday 09 July 2010
New York has seen two new hotels opening this week, and a brand new property in Jamaica opened its doors. NH hotels continued its expansion into the Czech Republic and Hotel Indigo opened its second property in London.
Situated on seven and a half acres overlooking Emancipation Park, the 303-room Wyndham Kingston boasts an Olympic-size outdoor pool, rooms that offer views of the city from private balconies and a jacuzzi, health club and sauna. Restaurant options include Caribbean and Japanese cuisine, along with several bars and a nightclub.
Holiday Inn Express Wall Street
New York, US
The 26 story Holiday Inn Wall Street offers free high-speed internet access and flat screen TVs in all rooms in the centre of New York's financial district.
NH Olomouc Congress
Moravia, Czech Republic
NH's second property in the Czech Republic is a heaven for sports fans, offering 13 tennis, badminton and squash courts, golf facilities, a gymnasium and a fully equipped spa area with a water area, sauna and Turkish bath. There are 137 rooms and a restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Petr Zucek.
London, United Kingdom
Situated moments away from the city's iconic Tower Bridge, the boutique Hotel Indigo offers 44 bedrooms and two suites. The hotel offers a bar and two restaurants and views of Tower Bridge from the top floors.
Andaz Fifth Avenue
New York, US
Situated in the former headquarters of fashion chain Tommy Hilfiger, the 184-room Andaz Fifth Avenue offers rooms with floor to ceiling windows and marble bathrooms with dual sinks and porcelain footbaths in the shower.
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