These notable properties span from the Far East to North America, encompassing a ‘world first’ fashion hotel to a brand debut aparthotel.
Quincy House Holland Village
Quincy House is the hospitality element of the Holland Village mixed use development taking shape by Singapore’s Holland Road. The first aparthotel under the Quincy brand will feature 255 serviced residences featuring industrial-inspired interiors when it opens in Q2 2024.
Facilities will include a well-equipped gym, a pool, a barbecue pit, and the Living Room lounge, with a pay-as-you-use business centre within the overall development.
Guests will have access to Holland Village’s curated food and beverage and retail offerings comprising restaurants, bars, al fresco cafes, independent shops and gourmet grocery vendors.
Los Felices will open its doors in June 2024 and will be Concept Hotel Group’s ninth hotel on the Spanish island of Ibiza. The property will be located in the Bay of San José, close to the group’s other hotels.
Its concept is dedicated to the fashion world, said to be unique in the hotel industry, with input from established and emerging Spanish and international designers in the lobby and the 113 rooms and six villas. As with all other Concept properties, Ilmiodesign studio will be creating the architecture and interiors, with the design taking inspiration from the mid-century style of Californian city, Palm Springs.
Areas will include a Hall Of Fame for the designers in the lobby; a kiosk stacked with fashion magazines and books; a boutique called Les Fleurs; The Palms restaurant, decorated in pink and pistachio tones; two pool areas: one pink and one yellow, separated by a parasol-shaped DJ booth; the Futuro House Stage for fashion shows and concerts; a nightclub; and the Pop-Up Room, designed for multiple uses including workshops, an atelier and showcases.
Due for delivery in Q4 2025, Raha (meaning ‘rest’ in Arabic) will be a 35-key Moroccan-inspired hotel located in the LoHi neighbourhood of Denver, Colorado, USA. The property’s model is the ‘future of hospitality’, as it is merging multifamily and Airbnb-style units with concierge services.
Spearheaded by local real estate firm, Urban Green Developments, the new hotel will include a 2,000 sq ft restaurant and lobby bar on the lower level of the building. Above that level will be three stories of hotel rooms, as well as a rooftop patio.
The developer is pooling local talent for the project, engaging Neostudio for the architecture, Coesivo Design Group for the interiors and Schneider Building Company as the general contractor, with engineering consultancy provided by Brightlighter.