Former Home Of King To Become Luxury Hotel And Residences In New Jersey


Natirar, the former home of the late King of Morocco located in Somerset County, New Jersey, will be expanded to feature a luxury boutique hotel called Pendry Natirar that will be managed by Pendry Hotels, one of the most bespoke hotel management companies in the country. Pendry Hotels is a division of Montage International, the luxury hotel management company.

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Travel Through Australia Like A Billionaire On This Private Jet Excursion

Touring Treasures

Touring Treasures, a boutique, luxury travel tour company, is offering an exclusive, 21-day private jet tour for eight people in September, aboard a private Falcon 900 jet.

To organize the trip, Touring Treasures is partnering with Adagold Luxe, a private charter company based in Australia. The itinerary includes exclusive wildlife adventures, private museum tours, accommodations at luxury hotels, resorts and lodges and gourmet dining. Touring Treasures specializes in customized luxury vacations and intimate itineraries in the South Pacific.

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How the ‘post-cool’ hotel wants to expand our minds

Amanyangyu hotel in Shanghai,

When Eaton DC opens next month in Washington DC, it will showcase the sumptuous design of a luxury boutique hotel and the buzzy workspaces of a hipster hangout.

But more than combining the successful boutique model of the Noughties and its trendy successors, Eaton DC will add a new element to its offering: mental stimulation.

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Where to Stay in Paris: The Best Neighborhoods and Hotels for Every Type of Traveler

High angle view of Paris in the Spring

Whether a long-planned holiday or spontaneous weekend trip, your first time or fifteenth, an important question before traveling to Paris is: where should I stay? Known for its village-like neighborhoods, there are many quartiers with both boutique hotels and the grand dame addresses that will appeal to all kinds of travelers. The great thing is that almost every neighborhood in Paris is the best neighborhood to stay in Paris.

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A Ramble Through the Art at the Ramble Hotel

Deborah Oropallo's "The Lion Tamer" hangs by the Ramble's front desk.

The Ramble Hotel, the latest in Denver boutique stays with a wonderful collection of art, opened last month at 1280 25th Street, at the edge of RiNo. The art in the fifty-room hotel was curated by NINE dot ARTS, a Denver-based venture that placed over 250 works on the walls, many of them by local artists.

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Bobbi Brown Beautifies A New Hotel

When makeup mogul Bobbi Brown left her eponymous cosmetics brand in late 2016, she surprised everyone by setting her sights on giving a historic New Jersey hotel a makeover. The big reveal: The George Inn debuted as a chic 32-room boutique property in Montclair, 12 miles west of New York City.

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An Affordable Boutique Hotel In New York City Is Not An Oxymoron

The Bernic (Credit: Tapestry Collection by Hilton)

Just in time for the busy summer travel season, The Bernic Hotel will be joining Hilton’s Tapestry Collection in June 2018. The hotel will be the first New York City property in the growing collection of boutique hotels, each with a unique identity and décor shaped by its respective setting and location. All must meet consistent quality standards established by Hilton across the brand.

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World’s smallest hotels revealed | Daily Mail Online

There’s an intimate hotel – and then there’s a hotel with only one room.

Welcome to the world’s least roomiest lodgings, where guests have a choice of a handful of rooms, or just one.

From a hotel in Germany built in a very narrow alleyway to little lodgings on a rocky outcrop in the Canary Islands, these are the hotels where size is a definite consideration.

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How to Start your own Independent or Boutique Hotel | By Patrick Landman – Hospitality Net

Especially if you have never worked in the hotel industry you will be faced with many unexpected situations and complications you might not have imagined. The international hotel business is highly competitive and achieving good financial results is not as easy as it seems.

This is a major understatement.  I can not express strongly enough how this industry is so different what most people not employed in it think.  Do your research first.

This series of articles looks to be a good place to start.

Source: How to Start your own Independent or Boutique Hotel | By Patrick Landman – Hospitality Net