Defying the pandemic and travel downturn, several hotels have opened as part of Marriott’s soft brands in recent days.
The Joseph, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Nashville has opened as part of Marriott International’s Luxury Collection, close to the city’s Music City Center and the Nashville Symphony.
The 21-story hotel is in a new-build development conceptualized by the Pizzuti Companies. It is named after Joseph Pizzuti, the Pizzuti family's patriarch who helped shape the family’s real estate legacy.
The 297-room hotel emphasizes artwork through its design by Miami-based Arquitectonica and more than 1,000 pieces from The Pizzuti Collection of contemporary art.
The Hotel Carmichael has officially opened as part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection in Carmel, Ind. The 122-room, six-story hotel is owned by CCC Boutique Hotel and managed by Coury Hospitality of Kansas City, Mo.
Another new Autograph addition is the Inn at the Mission San Juan Capistrano in the Southern California city of San Juan Capistrano.
The four-acre property is close to the ruins of Mission San Juan Capistrano and has an outdoor patio overlooking the Great Stone Church. Other amenities include a pool and spa, more than 40,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space and multiple dining options. The hotel has 125 hacienda-inspired guestrooms with seven luxury suites including three residential-style villas. Kay Lang + Associates’ design evokes historic Spain and American style with three distinct types of architecture.
And in the North Texas city of Grapevine, the Hotel Vin has also joined the collection. The boutique hotel and the connecting Harvest Hall are both part of the $114 million Grapevine Main development. Hotel Vin and the upcoming Harvest Hall food hall are both owned and operated by Coury Hospitality.