In the Southwest, Three Hotels Sport New Looks

NATIONAL REPORT—The Southwest is seeing a spate of new openings and renovations at hotels in Scottsdale, AZ and Palm Springs, CA. Here’s what to know:

Boutique Hotel Updates in Old Town Scottsdale

Hotel Adeline is now open in Scottsdale, AZ. Developed by Los Angeles-based ESI Ventures and managed by New Orleans-based HRI Lodging LLC, the 4.5-acre property makes its debut following a $13-million renovation. Located in Old Town Scottsdale, Hotel Adeline is close to restaurants, nightlife, shopping, art galleries, museums, and outdoor recreation.

The property has 213 guestrooms, including five 700-sq.-ft. king suites, a full-service Mediterranean-American restaurant and lounge, a fast-casual breakfast and lunch cafe with a late-night grab-and-go bar, fitness center, pool and pool bar, and 1,800 sq. ft. of private event space.

New Additions For Fairmont Scottsdale Princess

Fairmont Gold, a hotel within a hotel at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, has been renovated. The new look of the 69 Fairmont Gold Junior Suites is modern with tailored Southwest-inspired decor, reflecting the resort’s Sonoran Desert location. These suites have living and bedroom areas and all rooms feature patios or balconies.

There’s also a 2,600 sq.-ft. meeting center, which has also been remodeled to showcase an indoor/outdoor residential-style meeting space, opening up to a 6,000-sq.-ft. patio.

Palm Springs Property Gets an Upgrade

Renaissance Palm Springs Hotel has completed a $14-million renovation. The updates include enhanced guestrooms, meeting venues, and a new outdoor area.

The property is situated by the San Jacinto Mountains and has access to the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway, Palm Springs Art Museum and boutiques and restaurants downtown. There are five floors with 255 rooms, 155 suites, 15 meeting venues with 25,940 total sq. ft., a full-service spa, restaurant and lounge, 24-hour fitness center, and a pool with private cabanas.