Preferred Hotels & Resorts will add nine new properties into its global portfolio of hotels, resorts and residences in 2022. From a contemporary ski resort on the slopes of Utah to a national landmark turned luxury design hotel in Oslo, Norway, each of these new urban retreats, beach resorts and historic hideaways will offer authentic, personalized experiences, according to the brand.
Highlights of the new openings in 2022:
Pendry Park City (Utah)—launching in January: Set in the heart of Canyons Village at Park City Mountain, the ski-in, ski-out hotel will feature 153 guestrooms, suites and residences, each offering floor-to-ceiling windows and curated artwork. Amenities include four restaurants and bars; a deluxe Spa Pendry and fitness center; a heated rooftop pool with a destination bar; Pinwheel Kids Club; and more than 7,000 sq. ft. of indoor event space.
Passalacqua (Lake Como, Italy)—launching in June: Built in the 18th century by Count Andrea Lucini Passalacqua, Passalacqua is set on the shores of Lake Como and has hosted historic leaders from Napoleon Bonaparte to Winston Churchill. Sister property to the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, the ultra-luxury mansion retreat will offer 24 suites designed and curated by one of Italy’s most renowned hotelier families—Paolo, Antonella and Valentina De Santis. Amenities include a lakeside swimming pool and open-air gym set in the olive groves; vintage boat trips from the private dock; and wellness and culinary experiences in the manicured gardens.
The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong (Hong Kong)—launching in the summer: Located in Hong Kong’s Southside district, the eco-conscious oceanfront will offer 425 guestrooms and suites overlooking the South China Sea, including children-themed rooms and two signature suites with private pools. Additional features include four restaurants; an outdoor infinity pool and kids’ lagoon pool; an indoor kids’ play zone; a luxury spa and fitness center; and versatile indoor and outdoor meeting and event spaces, including a 5,600-sq.-ft., pillar-free grand ballroom.
sly Berlin (Berlin, Germany)—launching in the summer: Located in the city’s Friedrichshain neighborhood, the hotel will be housed across four buildings, interconnected via open courtyard spaces and a 2,368-sq.-ft. greenhouse. Featuring 150 guestrooms and suites, some with private balconies, the hotel also offers a gym and a large rooftop sauna and a restaurant and bar, complete with open kitchen and grill area.
Sommerro (Oslo)—launching in September: A rebirth of a restored 1930s landmark in Frogner, a historic neighborhood in Oslo’s West End, the hotel occupies the former headquarters of the capital city’s electrical company, Oslo Lysverker. The 231-room property—which counts 56 residences—will also offer four restaurants; three bars; meeting and event spaces with capacity for up to 150 people; a 100-seat gilded theater; a wellness center; and the city’s first year-round rooftop pool, sauna, terrace and restaurant.
Other 2022 openings:
The Wall Street Hotel (New York)—launching in the winter: Housed in the historic Tontine Building that originated as the city’s first Stock Exchange in 1729, the property will include 180 rooms and suites, a fine dining restaurant featuring a Michelin star chef and a rooftop bar and lounge with outdoor terrace.
Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences (Singer Island, Florida)—launching in April: Located on more than seven acres of oceanfront in Palm Beach County, the wellness resort will offer 155 guestrooms, 34 grand luxury wellness suites and a four-story spa.
TOA Hotel & Spa (Zanzibar, Tanzania)—launching in May: Set on a private white sand beach in Pongwe on the east coast of Zanzibar, the property will include 86 guestrooms, including eight luxurious suites, three swimming pools, a spa, a signature restaurant, three bars and a café.
Pendry Washington DC (Washington, DC)—launching in the fall: Located within The Wharf—the city’s latest waterfront neighborhood—the hotel will feature 131 guestrooms; three signature dining and bar concepts; Spa Pendry and fitness center; and 5,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor meeting spaces.