Marriott International Inc. has revealed that it plans to launch more than 30 luxury hotels in 2022.
The company is poised to expand its luxury footprint with nearly 190 properties in the development pipeline, including the 30 hotels slated to open in 2022, in destinations of Mexico To Portugal and Australia To South Korea.
“Our clients seek deeper, more immersive experiences that allow them to engage in holistic exploration while eliciting personal regeneration,” said Chris Gabaldon, SVP, luxury brands, Marriott International.
Luxury enters a new era of regeneration
A global study on luxury trends conducted in collaboration with creative agency Team One found that today’s affluent travelers are moving from a ‘ticking the boxes’ mindset to one. to “travel well,” taking a more thoughtful and intentional approach to travel planning. Gabaldon observed, “As people reconsider and re-prioritize what matters most to them, a shift that has accelerated over the past two years, we are seeing a real embrace of deeper travel. Our clients are more focused on where they are traveling and why they are making the trip, seeking to foster a more meaningful connection with the destination as well as with the people they meet.
With a truly global footprint, Marriott International stands ready to respond to this evolving set of aspirations, urging people to view travel as a web of regeneration that leads to a lasting positive impact on locals and destinations. “From the world’s most desirable destinations to undiscovered gems, we strive to go beyond providing transformative moments for our guests and hope to create experiences that will inspire a new sense of personal well-being and joy. “, did he declare.
The Ritz Carlton
With an emphasis on destination-oriented design and unparalleled service, the Ritz-Carlton continues to drive innovation and set the standard in luxury hospitality. In 2021, the brand was introduced in the Maldives, Turks & Caicos, Mexico and others. In 2022, the brand plans to expand into Arizona with The Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley, La Palmeraie, as well as New York City, debuting in the NoMad district, where rooms offer city views. The Ritz Carlton, Melbourne should increase the brand’s presence in Australia. Ritz-Carlton Reserve plans to expand its highly organized portfolio, launching its sixth rare estate in China’s Jiuzhaigou Valley. True to the brand’s avant-garde design aesthetic, The Ritz-Carlton Moscow, The Ritz-Carlton Grand Cayman and the Ritz-Carlton, Naples all are expected to celebrate major renovations in the coming year. Additionally, the brand plans to mark The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s maiden voyage in May 2022.
With celebrated rituals, rich heritage and glamorous spirit, St. Regis Hotels & Resorts is leading the way from an iconic hotel brand to a global luxury icon and, in the coming year, plans to launch its 50th property. , according to the company.
In 2021, the brand increased its presence in the Middle East by introducing two properties each in Cairo and Dubaiand. Over the next year, she plans to continue the brand’s expansion in the region with the opening of The St. Regis Marsa Arabia Island, The Pearl in Qatar. In 2022, St. Regis should debut in Chicago, with a Jeanne Gang–designed building that has already become a new icon on the skyline of the Windy City, and the brand also plans to bring its bespoke service and avant-garde style to Belgrade.
The brand continues to grow in leisure destinations, expecting to nearly double its number of resort properties over the next five years. This year saw the launch of the St. Regis Bermuda Resort, Marriott International’s first luxury property on the island, and in the coming year the brand plans to mark the opening of the St. Regis Kanai Resort. in Riviera Maya, Mexico, which will feature ocean views from almost every vantage point. The St. Regis San Francisco also expects to celebrate the completion of a complete renovation, the start of a new look and feel in 2022.
In 2021, W Hotels brought its unique take on luxury to destinations such as Nashville, Ossaka, Philadelphia cream, Melbourne, Xiamen and Rome, where a 162-room hotel comprised of two 19th-century palaces marked the brand’s debut in Italy. With nearly 60 hotels worldwide, W is defined by detail-driven design, inspiring energy, a vibrant cocktail and dining culture, as well as high programming localized by destination, the company reports. With a continual focus on redefining and improving the W experience, the brand is expected to open next year in exciting destinations including the Algarve, Sydney, Dubai and Toronto.
An unexpected and refreshing collection of unique hotels that redefine the concept of luxury, EDITION Hotels has brought its personal and intimate hospitality experience to Reykjavík and Dubai in 2021. The brand plans to continue its international expansion in 2022 with the planned opening of six new properties, including sites in Madrid, Rome, Doha, Tampa, Riviera Maya in Kanai and Ginza, the second property of Tokyo. With 14 hotels worldwide currently, the brand is expected to reach a footprint of 20 properties worldwide by the end of 2022.
The Luxury Collection
The Luxury Collection is a growing body of nearly 120 hotels in more than 40 countries and territories around the world. In 2021, the brand debuts in Hungary with the opening of the transformed UNESCO World Heritage Site Matild Palace in Budapest, has extended its presence in North America, brought high alpine interiors and the vibrancy of the Rocky Mountains to Vail through the Hythe, and featured a distinct heritage-inspired design in South Korea with the opening of Josun Palace. With each hotel offering unique experiences and serving as a portal to the destination’s indigenous charms, The Luxury Collection is expected to launch its properties next year in captivating locations across the world, including Spain, India, the Dominican Republic, Mexico and Tbilisi, Georgia.
JW Marriott celebrated its recent openings at Charlotte, Monterrey, Shanghai and Tampa. In the coming year, the brand will open new destinations in destinations from Cairo To Istanbul, and Mexico to Jeju Island, South Korea.