Openings in Shenyang, China; Atlanta; Burlington, VT; Ibagué, Colombia; Lima, Peru; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; and Dakar, Senegal
Shenyang, China – Hilton Shenyang has opened near local commercial centers and a transit hub. The 329-room property has three restaurants, a 24-hour health club, heated swimming pool and 16,685 square feet of meeting space.
Atlanta – Omni Hotel at the Battery Atlanta has opened with 264 rooms as part of a mixed-use complex that also includes SunTrust Park, home of the Atlanta Braves. The hotel has more than 20,000 square feet of meeting space, a signature restaurant called Achie’s by Chef Hugh Acheson, a poolside restaurant and lobby bar.
Burlington, VT – DoubleTree by Hilton Burlington Vermont has opened with 309 rooms five minutes from downtown. The hotel offers several restaurants and bars, a 24-hour fitness center, heated indoor pool and 30,000 square feet of meeting space for up to 1,000 people. There is free WiFi, complimentary parking and a complimentary shuttle within a two-mile radius.
Ibagué, Colombia – Sonesta Hotel Ibagué has opened in this city, the seventh most populous in Colombia. The 91-room, newly built hotel offers a full-service restaurant, terrace bar, pool, and 2,600 square feet of meeting space.
Lima, Peru – The 179-room Holiday Inn Airport hotel has opened, five minutes from Jorge Chavez Lima International Airport. The property offers an indoor pool, fitness center, free airport shuttle, nine meeting rooms for up to 500 guests and several dining options.
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – The 150-room Radisson Blu Hotel, Jeddah Corniche has opened within the city’s newest waterfront development. The hotel has free WiFi, separate health clubs for men and women, a restaurant, terrace café, a ballroom for up to 120 people and four meeting rooms.
Dakar, Senegal – Radisson Hotel Dakar Diamniadio has opened with 152 rooms and 158,000 square feet of meeting space. The property is in the future business district of Diamniadio and 15 miles from both the new International Airport of Dakar Blaise Diagne and the city center.