Several hotels have opened across the country in recent days.
Adero Scottsdale, part of Marriott International's Autograph Collection, has officially made its debut as the first Dark Sky Zone resort in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Named after the canyon that surrounds the property, Adero is spread out over 17 acres with 177 guestrooms. The property has five accommodation categories, including Sunrise Guest Rooms in the adult-only wing. The design was led by Scottsdale-based Allen + Philp Partners Architecture and Interior Design and Monogram Hospitality Interiors at BBGM and Aqua-Aston Hospitality.
Public spaces include a restaurant, a spa, a wellness center and more than 16,800 square feet of indoor and outdoor meeting and event space.
"We are extremely proud to open our doors at ADERO Scottsdale and welcome visitors and the local community to Scottsdale’s newest luxury boutique resort," says Owner and Developer Bill Hinz. "Our guest experience is exactly like nothing else, filled with year-round adventure that can be enjoyed within our walls and beyond to the desert terrain beckoning our guests outdoors for exploration and environmental stewardship. We've curated a destination offering meaningful wellness and fitness activities, hands-on celestial programming, and an open-air restaurant with breathtaking desert and mountain views."
Fort Worth, Texas
The 98-guestroom Tru by Hilton Northlake Fort Worth has opened in Texas. The hotel is owned by Superhost Northlake Hotel Partners and managed by Superhost Hospitality, and is located near the Texas Motor Speedway, Tanger Outlets Fort Worth and Hawaiian Falls Waterpark; as well as 10 minutes away from downtown Roanoke. The property is also convenient to Fort Worth-Alliance Airport.
“We are incredibly honored to join the Tru by Hilton brand and introduce travelers to this innovative type of lodging,” said Connor Reyer, general manager. “Our ideal location, unique set of offerings and affordable price make us a top choice for guests visiting the Northlake/Fort Worth area.” Samilar Lakhany, president of Superhost Hospitality, added, “We are very excited to be partnering with Hilton in bringing the Tru brand to the Northlake area.”
Hilton’s Canopy brand has made its Baltimore debut in the city’s Harbor Point neighborhood through a partnership with Donohoe Hospitality.
“We are thrilled to bring Canopy to this new and vibrant neighborhood near the Inner Harbor in Baltimore,” said Harald Han, director of brand management, Canopy by Hilton. “Every Canopy is influenced by the neighborhood around us, and we cannot wait to introduce guests and locals alike to this fantastic waterfront destination with easy access to world-class shopping, restaurants, popular tourist destinations and public transportation.”
The guestrooms at the Canopy by Hilton Baltimore Harbor Point take up the top four floors of the new mixed-use Wills Wharf building. The signature restaurant was developed by local restaurateurs Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf of Foreman Wolf and will offer indoor and outdoor dining in accordance with city and state guidance. The food, curated wine list and cocktail menu is designed with both locals and hotel guests in mind. The guestrooms and public areas were designed by San Francisco-based firm BraytonHughes Design Studios.
The property can hold meetings for up to 100 people in the boardroom, two dedicated meeting rooms, private restaurant space and outdoor terrace. Currently, with nearly 4,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event spaces, meeting spaces are available upon request and can host up to 25 percent capacity, per city guidelines. The 24-hour fitness studio overlooks the harbor and has a hand-painted mural by local artists Jesse and Katey.