Park Hyatt St. Kitts
Meanwhile, we told you Park Hyatt would be adding a 300-room resort to the tiny island of St. Kitts last year, and now there’s a whole website with renderings and info to get you warmed up for investment opportunities with potential eligibility for citizenship of St. Kitts & Nevis. Over in Europe, Park Hyatt Mallorca will be a 142-room resort on the south east coast of the Spanish island, built as a traditional Mallorquin hilltop village – a first taste of the interiors can be found here. Both resorts won’t see guests before 2015, which is also the year we expect Bangkok to become a reality based on the early stages of construction (below) we saw a month ago.
Park Hyatt Bangkok
And that’s not all either. We know about hurricane victim New York, reservations are now open from August 1st for Park Hyatt Siem Reap (on our list of openings to get psyched about), there is Vienna (the first Hyatt in all of Austria), and Park Hyatt will be coming to – breathe in – Bermuda, China (times five), India (Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai), Los Cabos and Riviera Maya, Marrakech (Morocco), Além-Tejo (Portugal), Doha (Qatar), and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia).
ROSEWOOD HOTELS & RESORTS
Rosewood may be busy preparing its return to London for October this year, and just opened Abu Dhabi (incidentally in the same development as Four Seasons is being planned), but that hasn’t stopped them from announcing two new hotels in Indonesia: Rosewood Tanah Lot Bali and Rosewood Jakarta.
Rosewood Bali takes its name from the Tanah Lot temple nearby and will have 80 suites, 40 villas and 20 residences. Rosewood Jakarta will be part of a mixed-use complex in the central business district with 200 rooms and 160 residences. Both will take about four years to complete, with opening scheduled for 2017. Before then, we should see Beijing (late this year), Phuket (end of next year), Dubai, the Bahamas (2015), and perhaps, Paris.
We've long known that SBE, parent company to the SLS Hotels brand was working on a second property for their Redbury Hotel in Hollywood but it's not going to happen in NYC as we initially expected. Instead, the hotel will happen in Miami at 17th and Collins. Miami scenester Dee even snapped a pic of the forthcoming hotel. She also mentioned it's right across from The Raleigh, which is part-owned by the owner of the SLS South Beach. Confusing but still, #WeLike.
Have any more intel to share on one of these hotels? Know of a new hotel that we should be tracking? Tell us in the comments!
[Photos: JasonD for HotelChatter and @DeeTCL; Rendering: Park Hyatt]