Hotels open from coast to coast

Recent openings include a dual-branded Hyatt Place and Hyatt House in Los Angeles, an eight-building boutique property in Miami Beach and more.

Hyatt Place LAX / Century Blvd and Hyatt House LAX/Century Blvd
Adjacent to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and with views of the LAX runways, the Hyatt Place LAX/Century Blvd and Hyatt House LAX/Century Blvd have opened as the first dual-branded Hyatt hotel development in the Los Angeles area.

Originally built in 1967 by architect Welton Becket, who was also behind LAX’s Theme Building, the new dual-branded hotel development features a mid-century modern design, the tallest rooftop terrace and only outdoor rooftop pool in the airport district and two restaurants from Greenleaf Kitchen & Cocktails.

With design led by carrier johnson + CULTURE, the hotels feature a mid-century modern aesthetic inspired by the building’s 1960s architecture. Colorful artwork throughout the hotels, curated by Kalisher, is a nod to the Southern California lifestyle with imagery inspired by the geography, activities and lifestyle, such as surfers and skateboarders, waves crashing and palm trees swaying.

The new hotels bring 401 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, flat-screen TVs, KenetMD bath amenities, coffee makers, mini fridges and work desks. The 272-room Hyatt Place LAX/Century Blvd also offers free WiFi and 24-hour food options. The 129-room Hyatt House LAX/Century Blvd features apartment-style suites with fully equipped kitchens and living rooms.

The property also has more than 3,100 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor meeting space and a 1,880-sq.-ft. fitness center.

Infinity Hospitality has opened Esmé, a new boutique hotel located along Miami Beach’s Española Way. The Spanish-Mediterranean revival property was originally known as the Spanish Village when it opened in 1927 and was built as a bohemian artist’s colony. The property now comprises 145 guestrooms and five food and beverage concepts across a series of eight buildings.

Each of the buildings within the village is connected by paseos, and The Roof at Esmé connects four of the village’s rooftops to create a deck that features a bar and restaurant; a pool; cabanas; and a wellness space.

Element Dallas Richardson
A joint venture between Midas Hospitality and 3D Development has opened the Element Dallas Richardson in Richardson, TX. The $22-million hotel is part of a 5.2-acre mixed-use development.

Midas will manage the four-story hotel, which has 123 suites that include fully equipped kitchens and spa-inspired bathrooms. Amenities include a Motion Fitness Center, an all-natural saline pool and a Bikes to Borrow program for its guests.

This is the second Element hotel in the Midas Hospitality management portfolio.

The Hythe, a Luxury Collection Resort, Vail
DiamondRock Hospitality Company has opened The Hythe, a Luxury Collection Resort, Vail. The resort is Marriott International’s only Luxury Collection alpine resort in North America. The design was led by Wilson Ishihara.

The resort, located at the base of Vail Mountain, offers 344 luxury rooms, many of which have fireplaces and kitchenettes, as well as as the Well & Being Spa, 29,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space and four F&B outlets.