Autograph Collection Set to Debut in Three New Properties
Monday February 3rd, 2014 - 2:46PM BPA
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BETHESDA, MD—The Autograph Collection introduces three new hotels—Pier One Sydney Harbour in Sydney, Australia; the oceanfront Pier South Resort in San Diego; and the Hotel Chicago, formerly the Hotel Sax, in Chicago—this season.
Representing Autograph Collection’s debut in Australia, Pier One Sydney Harbour offers a waterfront experience. Nestled alongside the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the hotel offers access to the Central Business District, The Rocks and the city’s most tourist destinations including Circular Quay, the Sydney Opera House, Martin Place and the Castlereagh Street shopping strip. Featuring 189 guestrooms including 18 suites, a selection of rooms within the hotel include views of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Bridge and the world famous Opera House.
Becoming the Autograph Collection’s first resort in Southern California, the beachfront boutique Pier South Resort in San Diego. With 78 suite-style accommodations and a new coastal tavern, this boutique hotel is just steps from the beach and 20 minutes from downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp District.Pier South Resort will also feature a full service spa by Dames Day Spa.
Formerly the Hotel Sax and representing Autograph Collection’s debut in Chicago, Hotel Chicago features artistic décor. Activities unique to its River North location include kayaking in the Chicago River, architectural boat tours and shopping on the Magnificent Mile.
Tags: Autograph Collection • Hospitality • Amenities • Brands • Openings •
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