City Overview: New York to welcome more than 50 new hotels [Infographic]

by | 26 Jul 2022 | Hotel Projects, Pipeline, Projects

Pictured: Six Senses New York (imagery: © HFZ Capital Group)

The TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database gives insight into 51 new four- and five-star hotels on the horizon for New York.

As many as 11,811 rooms will enhance the city’s accommodation offering, with highlights from brands including Six Senses and Aman.

Citywide hospitality growth

Of the 35 four-star and 16 five-star hotels in the pipeline for New York, 18 properties with a total of 4,120 rooms are set to open in 2022 and 10 hotels with 3,193 rooms are expected to open in 2023.

Three hotels with 757 rooms are to open in 2024 and another 20 hotels with 3,741 rooms are on track to opening in 2025 and beyond.

Among these forthcoming properties, one is at the vision stage, two are in the pre-planning phase, 11 are in planning, 22 are under construction and 15 are in the pre-opening phase.

The hospitality brands making a mark at this time include Aloft Hotels with three properties and 907 rooms in the pipeline, Hampton by Hilton with two hotels and 600 rooms set to open here and Hotel Indigo with two hotels and 496 rooms coming to the city.

New landmark hotels

Highly anticipated projects in this pipeline include the late-2024-opening Six Senses New York at One High Line and the soon-to-open Aman New York.

On completion, Six Senses New York at One High Line will accommodate guests in a prime location within the east tower of the architecturally striking twin-tower XI development directly adjacent to the High Line.

Within this structure designed by BIG NYC, the hotel will comprise 137 spacious rooms along with luxury amenities including two restaurants, a spa, private members club space and meeting rooms.

Gilles & Boissier is designing the hotel’s interiors while Gabellini Sheppard leads the design of the west tower and amenities podium. True to the brand, the property will offer pioneering wellness programming.

Opening in the third quarter of 2022, Aman New York will then make an impression with its impressive design, taking over the iconic Crown Building in Manhattan, which was formerly the first home of the Museum of Modern Art, as well as luxury lifestyle offering.

The Denniston designed hotel will house 83 guest rooms and suites along with a collection of branded residences and an array of public spaces and guest amenities.

Highlights of the hotel will include three dining venues, a jazz club, the Aman Club for members and a 2,300-sq-m Aman Spa.

Many TOPHOTELNEWS articles draw on exclusive information from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database. This subscription-based product includes details of thousands of hotel projects around the world, along with the key decision-makers behind them. Please note, our data may differ from records held by other organisations. Generally, the database focuses on four- and five-star schemes of significant scale; tracks projects in either the vision, pre-planning, planning, under-construction, pre-opening or newly opened phase; and covers newbuilds, extensions, refurbishments and conversions.

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