LWH Hotels Adds Five Member Properties to Collection
Tuesday July 23rd, 2013 - 12:02PM EM
| | | | | | | | | | |
These are shortcuts to your favorite social networking and bookmark sites. Add this story to your Facebook page, del.icio.us, DiggIt, and many others!
LOS ANGELES—LWH Hotels, a hotel group of independently owned and operated hotels in 31 countries, has added five luxury hotels to its roster of global member properties.
These hotels are located in Tokyo, Istanbul, Paris and Ontario and will benefit from LWH Hotels’ services, including a global distribution system, sales support and communications channels.
Located in Tokyo’s Shibuya district, the Cerulean Tower Tokyo Hotel provides a contemporary design with 411 guestrooms and suites designed in traditional Japanese aesthetic.
Situated in Istanbul’s neighborhood of Florya, the Elite World Business Hotel is designed in Neoclassical and Baroque architecture styles. The hotel offers 230 rooms and suites and 12 meeting halls, which can accommodate up to 2,500 people.
In Istanbul’s Taksim area, the Elite World Prestige Hotel is within walking distance of theaters and shopping malls. Each of the property’s 102 guestrooms features authentic architecture, modern decor and current technology.
Located in the sixth arrondissement of Paris on the Left Bank between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Montparnasse, Hotel Le Littré is a boutique hotel housed in an early 20th century building. The hotel is located near access to Paris’ main attractions.
Dating from 1896 and situated along one of the 1,600 lakes in Ontario’s Muskoka tourism region, Deerhurst Resort is a landmark year-round retreat located two hours north of Toronto. Deerhurst is a 400-room lakeside resort with waterfront property, complete meeting facilities, live stage shows and three restaurants.
Tags: • Hospitality • Acquisitions • Operational •
When you hear all the lodging industry projections for the months and years to come, much of the robust growth is forecast to be the result of the expected influx of travelers from China. In what could only be seen as good news for the industry, that expectation moved a little closer to reality when President Obama signed a visa waiver extension for Chinese travelers earlier this month.