30 Hot New Hotels to Check Out in 2019 Part 2

2019-03-05

Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest: Budapest, Hungary
The 110-room Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest is scheduled to open in Budapest by the end of 2019. The property was previously the Brudern House, a 20th-century shopping arcade known for its art nouveau design. The new hotel will pull inspiration from the former venue, incorporating elements from Moorish, Oriental and Gothic styles. The property sits within walking distance of the Danube River and features elegant rooms with marble bathrooms, Nespresso coffee makers and minifridges. Outside the rooms, guests can grab Hungarian dishes and coffee throughout the day at the Patisserie & Café or savor international cuisine at the Brasserie & Bar. (Courtesy of Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest)

Asbury Ocean Club: Asbury Park, New Jersey
Headed to the Jersey shore this year? The new Asbury Ocean Club is set to open by the beach in summer 2019. A combination of residences and a 54-room, boutique hotel, Asbury Ocean Club offers guests a variety of indoor and outdoor spaces. Visitors can break a sweat in the fitness center, play billiards in a lounge or unwind on a large oceanfront terrace with a pool, a bar, an outdoor fireplace and a garden pavilion with a reflecting pool. Rooms boast high ceilings and offer ocean or garden views, as well as tablets that guests can use to place room service orders. (Courtesy of Binyan Studios)

Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere: Vienna
This Andaz outpost, slated to open its doors in Vienna in April 2019, is inspired by the life of Prince Eugene of Savoy, an avid art collector and developer. The property showcases contemporary art and design inside each of its 303 rooms and suites. Standard amenities include floor-to-ceiling windows, complimentary minibars full of snacks and nonalcoholic drinks, rain showers, tea kettles and coffee makers. After a restful night’s sleep, guests can dine on meat-focused dishes at Eugen 21, sit for a more casual meal at Cyclist or sip cocktails and take in gorgeous views at the rooftop bar. All three venues incorporate locally sourced ingredients in their menu items. (Courtesy of Andaz Vienna Am Belvedere)

The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton: Seattle
Part of a mixed-use property in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown is scheduled to open in April 2019. Inside each room, guests will find wooden floors, marble countertops, a Keurig coffee maker and a 49-inch flat-screen TV. Plus, visitors have access to the on-site Currant Bistro, which serves coffee, pastries and breakfast sandwiches in the morning and regionally sourced fare the rest of the day. But perhaps the property’s best attribute is its location; it sits within walking distance of Amazon’s headquarters and can’t-miss attractions like Pike Place Market and the Space Needle. (Courtesy of The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, Tapestry Collection by Hilton)

SAii Lagoon Maldives, Curio Collection by Hilton: Malé, Maldives
If you’re looking for seclusion, this Maldives hotel may be the spot for you. Located in Emboodhoo Lagoon on the private Emma Fushi Island, SAii Lagoon Maldives is only accessible by boat. The hotel, which will start welcoming guests in August 2019, offers visitors the choice of rooms or beachfront or overwater villas with lagoon or ocean views. All accommodations come outfitted with waterfall showers, furnished balconies or decks, minibars and coffee makers. When hunger strikes, venture to bean/Co for coffee and pastries, Mr Tomyam for pizza or noodles, the beachfront Miss Olive Oyl for fresh seafood or Café del Mar for Mediterranean dishes with a Spanish and Asian flair. Or, walk across the adjacent footbridge to The Marina @ CROSSROADS Maldives for additional dining options. Don’t forget to save time for water activities like scuba diving, snorkeling and windsurfing. (Courtesy of SAii Lagoon Maldives, Curio Collection by Hilton)

The Source Hotel and Market Hall: Denver
Head west to experience The Source Hotel and Market Hall, which opened in September 2018 and sits next to an 1880s historic foundry building turned artisan market hall. The Source Hotel complements the existing market hall with its own new artisan market, a New Belgium brewery in the lobby, a rooftop beer garden and pool, and 100 rooms and suites. Each light and airy accommodation features high ceilings, and some boast views of downtown Denver or the hotel’s courtyard. Plus, every guest receives a free beer sample at check-in. For those who’ve worked up an appetite, the property offers three restaurants, including one helmed by a James Beard Award-winning chef. (Courtesy of The Source Hotel and Market Hall)

Park Hyatt Jakarta: Jakarta, Indonesia
Travelers who plan on visiting Jakarta should consider staying at the Park Hyatt Jakarta. Opening in mid-2019, the hotel occupies the top 17 floors of the 37-story MNC Media Tower and sits within 2 miles of attractions like the National Monument and the National Gallery of Indonesia. Back at the property, guests will find an outdoor pool with a sun deck and city vistas, as well as a spa, a fitness center and a variety of indoor and outdoor dining options. This Park Hyatt outpost even hosts a DJ every weekend. When it’s time to retire for the night, visitors can retreat to one of the hotel’s 221 rooms or suites. All accommodations showcase Indonesian materials and feature marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and media hubs. (Courtesy of Park Hyatt Jakarta)

Celino South Beach: Miami Beach, Florida
In spring 2019, Ocean Drive’s historic Park Central Hotel will transform into the new Celino South Beach, a Small Luxury Hotels of the World-affiliated property designed to recreate the glamorous feel of 1940s Miami Beach. The majority of the hotel’s 132 rooms will boast ocean views. The property will also offer a variety of wellness services, including in-room cycling and manicures, massages and personal training. Additionally, guests will have access to Lifestyle Ambassadors, who can provide guidance about what to see and do in the area. Other key features include a rooftop pool, a library, free loaner bicycles, a bar and two eateries, one of which will serve Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. (Courtesy of Celino South Beach)

Hilton La Romana, an All-Inclusive Family Resort: La Romana, Dominican Republic
The Hilton La Romana, an All-Inclusive Family Resort – which opened in November 2018 roughly 40 miles southwest of Punta Cana – offers plenty of opportunities to soak up some sun. Guests can hang out on Bayahibe Beach or lounge by one of four pools. What’s more, younger travelers can take advantage of kids and teens clubs and a playground. The property also houses a variety of eateries that serve everything from pizzas to gourmet French cuisine. And inside the 412 accommodations, vacationers will find garden- or ocean-facing balconies and terraces, as well as satellite TVs, stocked minibars and clock radios. (Courtesy of Hilton La Romana)

The Bristol Hotel: Bristol, Virginia
Formerly a prominent 1920s office building known as the Executive Plaza, the new pet-friendly Bristol Hotel maintains much of the structure’s original architecture. Design elements include exposed brick with original pressed lettering, display windows and arched entryways. In fact, even the original hand-crank elevator is on display in the lobby. The hotel, which opened in the small Tennessee-Virginia border city of Bristol in October 2018, is home to the city’s first rooftop bar. Before enjoying cocktails and Great Smoky Mountain panoramas at the bar, guests can partake in banjo lessons or curated hikes along the Appalachian Trail. Country music fans will also want to visit the adjacent Birthplace of Country Music Museum. (Courtesy of The Bristol Hotel)

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