Weekly hotel openings: Turkey, France, the US
Friday 11 February 2011
This week saw the latest outpost of boutique brand Edition open in Turkey, along with a new Marriott outside Paris and the revamped Ravella at Lake Las Vegas resort.
The latest property by Marriott and Ian Schrager has soft-opened in a 13-storey tower, offering 78 guest rooms and a full-floor penthouse. Guests can enjoy a 1,800 square-meter three-storey spa, Cipriani restaurant, lobby bar, cinema and a nightclub. Bookings are now being accpeted although a full opening is scheduled for March/April.
Park Inn Saltillo
Mexico's first Park Inn offers 111 rooms, a fitness center, coffee shop, restaurant and free wifi.
Holiday Inn Resort Daytona Beach Oceanfront
Daytona Beach, FL, United States
A $5 million renovation of this resort has given the 185-room property a significant facelift, including a new fitness center. Kids can enjoy the Splash Park, Activity Centre and games room while adults can relax in the oceanfront hot tub or around fire pits.
Courtyard Paris Arcueil
With 170 guestrooms, this Marriott-owned property could be a welcome budget option just outside the French capital. It offers a 24-hour fitness center, a Mediterranean bistro, a 24-hour market and the new interactive "GoBoard" in the hotel's lobby.
Ravella at Lake Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV, USA
This "Mediterranean-inspired oasis" offers golf, a spa and a marina, all just minutes from the buzz of the Las Vegas strip. The 314 guest rooms and 35 suites are built into the greenery around Lake Las Vegas, along with two terrace cafes, a lounge and access to the Village resort.
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