20 New Hotels to Know in 2019

20 New Hotels to Know in 2019

By Matt Swenson, February 8, 2019

Woodlark; Portland, Oregon

Another hotel merging two buildings is Woodlark, a 150-room property in downtown Portland. Woodlark offers 2,160 square feet meeting space in the lower level of the hotel, which boasts a dedicated street-level entrance that can be utilized by groups. All meeting spaces will offer state-of-art AV capabilities and catering by Bullard.

Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

By summer 2019, this property will be outfitted with $56 million worth of guest room improvements. The project is part of Caesars’ redevelopment effort that includes the $125 million Waterfront Conference Center.

Monarch Bay Club; Dana Point, California

This hillside property overlooking the Pacific Ocean will be renovating the Monarch Bay Beach Club to open in April 2019. The beachfront restaurant is a perfect place to bring a group for a reception.

Phoenix Airport Marriott

The guest rooms, suites and pool area have all been renovated. Next comes the meeting space, which is scheduled to be revamped by the spring, The hotel has 347 rooms and has views of Camelback Mountain and the South Mountain Range.

AutoCamp Yosemite

The country’s most famous park gains some serious glamping power with this location of the California-based chain. High-end tents have the same amenities of boutique hotels featured elsewhere in the story—Talk about an experience for VIP retreats!

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