Recent openings include the newest Thomspon hotel in Denver; Hotel Indigo properties in New Orleans, Nebraska and Colorado; a boutique hotel in Houston; and a Hyatt House in Delaware.
Thompson Denver, the new lifestyle hotel by the Thompson Hotels brand, has opened in the Lower Downtown (LoDo) district of Colorado’s capital city. The new-build hotel (shown above), owned by T2 Hospitality, features Chez Maggy restaurant; Reynard Social, a sixth-floor sunroom bar and lounge; and a 1,032-sq.-ft. signature Thompson Suite.
With interiors designed by Parts + Labor, the property’s design is inspired by the community and culture in which it resides. It is located near attractions such as the 16th Street Promenade, Union Station, Larimer Square, Coors Field and Ball Arena.
The Thompson Suite has a private terrace with seating for eight, a two-sided indoor/outdoor glass fireplace, separate living and dining areas, wide plank hardwood floors, rainfall shower and freestanding soaker tub. All guestrooms include Sferra bedding and D.S. & Durga bath amenities, as well as an honor bar and mini-fridge with local artisan products and items from Thompson Hotels properties across the U.S. and Mexico.
The hotel also features a private dining space and bar for up to 60 guests in the mezzanine; a lobby-level café and retail space; a number of meeting and event venues centered around the two-story hearth fireplace; and a 24-hour fitness center.
Three Hotel Indigo properties
Hotel Indigo, the boutique hotel brand from IHG Hotels & Resorts, has opened properties in New Orleans, Nebraska and Colorado.
Hotel Indigo Silverthorne in Colorado is the brand’s first mountainside hotel in the U.S., and offers 111 guestrooms inspired by the town’s historic roots, Kúcu Bistro & Tequila Bar, an on-site ski shop and bike rentals.
Hotel Indigo New Orleans, situated in the city’s Central Business District, has 143 guestrooms and Common Interest, a restaurant lounge. Its design was inspired by its location.
Hotel Indigo Omaha Downtown in Nebraska is located blocks away from the Missouri River separating Nebraska and Iowa. Part of the property is made up of underground vaults and tunnels that were used to transport liquor as part of the illegal liquor trade. It features Anna’s Place, a speakeasy in the lobby.
Blossom Hotel Houston
Blossom Hotel Houston, a luxury property located in the heart of Space City, has opened. The 16-story hotel offers 267 guestrooms and suites, more than 9,000 sq. ft. of event space, an outdoor rooftop swimming pool and lounge, a fitness center, a lobby lounge and more than 10 event venues.
The hotel, designed by Asia Rongyi Creative Company, also includes two restaurants—Duck House and AB Sushi—helmed by Michelin-starred chefs Ho Chee Boon and Akira Back.
The guestrooms and suites are equipped with complimentary WiFi, Samsung Smart TVs, Dyson hairdryers, Nespresso coffeemakers, Digital Newspapers with PressReader and marble bathrooms with rain showerheads and Aqua Di Parma amenities.
Hyatt House Lewes/Rehoboth Beach
The Hyatt House Lewes/Rehoboth Beach, the first Hyatt House hotel in Lewes, DE, has opened. Developed by Harvey, Hanna & Associates and operated by TKo Hospitality Management, the 105-room, extended-stay hotel features all-suite rooms with kitchenettes, a fitness center, meeting rooms, an indoor lap pool and an outdoor communal area with fire pits and gas grills.
Other amenities include free WiFi, complimentary breakfast, The H BAR, the 24-hour H Market, the Borrows menu with often-forgotten items and the Very Important Resident (VIR) program, which included complimentary grocery shopping and other personalized perks for guests who plan to stay 30 or more consecutive nights.