The hottest hotel openings in July 2022 [Infographic]

by | 01 Jul 2022 | Projects

Pictured: Cinnamon Life Colombo.

Insight from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS database reveals as many as 219 hotel openings for July.

Of the countries seeing significant hotel growth, the United States and China in particular are set to welcome an influx of new properties this month.

Worldwide hospitality growth

July is set to be a busy month for the hotel industry with 219 hotels, altogether comprising 41,622 rooms, expected to make their debut. Of these openings, 219 hotels are to offer five-star hospitality, with the other 133 properties providing a four-star stay.

Europe is on track to welcoming 77 new properties, APAC is set to see 54 new hotel launches and North America is expecting 48 hotel openings. The Middle East has 18 hotel openings on the horizon for July, Africa is set to welcome 17 properties and Latin America expects five hotel debuts.

The countries standing out at this time include the United States with 42 hotel openings in July and China with 21 expected hotel debuts. The United Kingdom will welcome 15 properties, Germany will welcome nine hotels and Spain will welcome eight new properties.

Doha, Riyadh and London are the cities set to welcome the most new properties, with four hotels on track to opening throughout the month in each city.

The hotel brands making an impression at this time include Hilton Hotels & Resorts with seven hotel openings encompassing 1,927 rooms in July, Novotel with five openings comprising 2,103 rooms and InterContinental Hotels & Resorts with five openings adding 1,171 rooms to its portfolio this month.

Significant new developments

Notable openings to look forward to in July include Cinnamon Life Colombo in Sri Lanka and Hilton Woking – Victoria Square in the United Kingdom.

The 800-key Cinnamon Life Colombo is a part of the significant Waterfront development, which is the first project of its kind in the Sri Lankan capital. The hotel joins the development’s residences, retail options and office space.

The complex has been developed on an area around the city’s natural harbour, overlooking a bend in the docklands’ waterway. The site consists of a collection of architecturally striking towers with a series of cantilevered and supported boxes sitting above a plinth.

The five-star Hilton Woking – Victoria Square is then located within Woking’s new Victoria Square retail and residential development, which plays a significant role in the town centre’s regeneration.

The hotel is close to Woking train station, with Central London less than 30 minutes away and direct links to locations across the South and West such as Exeter, Cardiff, Bristol and Bournemouth.

Facilities within the new property are to include an all-day dining restaurant, Sky Bar, lobby bar and coffee shop, as well as an executive lounge, business centre and more than 700 sq m of meeting space including a ballroom for up to 500 people.

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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