These new luxury hotels reflect the essence of their world-class cities: from rock and roll’s roots to Alpine serenity, events in these signature spaces will be infused with the character of place and attention-to-detail only luxury properties offer.
Westin Hotels & Resorts’ first property in Mississippi is a celebration of the history and culture of the birthplace of American music. In addition to 203 guest rooms, a wine bar and bistro, a resort-style spa and a fitness studio with a saltwater pool, the property offers replicas of iconic guitars for viewing and playing.
Omni Hotels & Resorts’ 300-room luxury hotel is billed as the official hotel of the Dallas Cowboys. It includes a rooftop pool, the culinary delights of Neighborhood Services restaurant and themed retail. The property’s 24,000 sq. ft. of meeting space are adjacent to the 12,000-seat Ford Center multipurpose facility.
This new 500-room Barcelo Mexico Reforma in Mexico City will be Barcelo Hotel Group’s flagship property. The five-star property features two restaurants, three bars and views of the city. It includes 26 meeting rooms and event facilities for up to 800.
Park Hyatt St. Kitts offers an immersive cultural, culinary and design experience in the Caribbean. The 126-room property includes 7,000 sq. ft. of dedicated meeting space, three signature restaurants, a destination spa and a wellness center.
Four Seasons Hotel Megeve, a modern interpretation of a traditional Alpine mountain resort, will open slope-side in the French Alps Dec. 15. To take any meeting to a higher culinary level, paired with the resort is a two-star Michelin restaurant, Le 1920.