Louisville — The 128-room Cambria Hotel Downtown-Whiskey Row has opened in the heart of downtown. The property offers multipurpose indoor and outdoor spaces for work or relaxing, including an indoor heated pool and sundeck; a restaurant; multiple meeting and event spaces; and a fitness center.

New York — The 510-room Hyatt Place New York Chelsea has opened, offering unobstructed views of the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center. The hotel offers 24/7 dining with prepackaged items, a grab-and-go market, an on-site bar, a meeting room for up to 80 people and free WiFi.

New York — Voco Times Square South has opened with 224 rooms. Amenities include free WiFi, a meeting room, a greenhouse/outdoor terrace and a fitness studio. Rooms have Keurig coffee makers.

Dubai — Novotel Jumeirah Village Triangle has opened 30 minutes from Dubai International Airport. Each of the 375 rooms has interactive flat-screen 50-inch HDTVs, free WiFi and ergonomic work desks. There are three restaurants, a pool, a gym and a spa.

Madrid — Santo Mauro, a Luxury Collection Hotel, has opened in the Chamberi district in an 18th-century building that was once the residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro. The 49-room property has 10 suites with balconies. Amenities include several restaurants and an event space, partially outdoors, to be opened next summer.

Atlanta — Hyatt Centric Buckhead Atlanta has opened with 218 rooms, two restaurants, more than 3,700 square feet of meeting and event space and a fitness center. Rooms feature 10-foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and 65-inch HDTVs.