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  1. Aman New York City is planned to open sometime this year.

    Aman unveils a new urban sanctuary and an architectural icon is reborn in the very heart of Manhattan. Opening its doors in 2020, Aman New York brings the serenity of Aman to the centre of the western world.
    The hotel will include a 3-story spa, an indoor pool, a wine library and jazz bar, as well as guest rooms and residences.












    The Crown Building - formerly the first home of Museum of Modern Art - has undergone a monumental transformation, which has seen it fully restored to its original splendour and imbued with the spirit of Aman. Designed by Jean-Michel Gathy, Aman New York celebrates Aman's philosophy of creating sanctuaries beyond commonplace notions of luxury, whilst paying homage to the building's striking architecture and significant history.

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    Restaurant and glamping pod plans given go-ahead at new Edinburgh Wavegarden - Scotland's first artificial surf park


    Scotland’s first artificial surf park – to be created near Ratho – will feature a string of additional features to help it boost the local economy by up to £11 million per year.

    Wavegarden’s developers, Tartan Leisure Ltd, were yesterday given the go-ahead to press on with their plans after submitting a fresh application to Edinburgh City Council.And they have been given the thumb-up to build overnight accommodation at the development and its HUB complex which will provide food, retail, changing and leisure facilities.


    The new planning permission gives the green light for the HUB, with facilities including a restaurant, retail outlet, a surf school, a wellness spa, a café and a number of viewing terraces and an observation deck, overlooking the park. Set within a 60-acre country park, the waterside accommodation will cater for all needs, including school groups, family groups and international surfers, through luxury lodges, glamping pods, accessible “wave pods”, bothies and canal berths.
    Source: https://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/business/restaurant-and-glamping-pod-plans-given-go-ahead-new-edinburgh-wavegarden-scotlands-first-artificial-surf-park-2940815

  3. Auberge Resorts Collection will open a new resort, Susurros Del Corazon in March 2021.

    On the Pacific coast of Mexico overlooking Banderas Bay is a pristine beach surrounded by sun-kissed bluffs and lush equatorial flora. Here, an extraordinary boutique resort is taking shape: Susurros Del Corazón, a new destination from Auberge Resorts Collection, will reintroduce romance to the Punta de Mita peninsula and captivate with unscripted luxury, authentic connection, and reverence for nature. The best places are the ones we keep close to our hearts.














    source: https://aubergeresorts.com/susurros/

  4. Karisma will be opening Nickelodeon Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya in the Spring of 2021.

    Families will have their ultimate beachfront escape, filled with indulgent luxury for adults — like sensational dining and bars — and unforgettable Nickelodeon experiences for kids — like one of the largest water parks in Riviera Maya.








    source: https://www.karismahotels.com/nickelodeon-hotels-resorts/riviera-maya

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    Property developer Hatten Land Ltd recently found a white knight in Singapore-based hospitality and investment firm Tayrona Capital Pte Ltd to revive its stalled RM2.2 billion Harbour City mixed develop*ment in Melaka.
    Spanning six acres, Harbour City is a marine-themed development on the reclaimed island of Pulau Melaka, fronting the Straits of Melaka. It comprises a water theme park, touted to be the largest in Melaka when completed, as well as a mall and three hotel blocks. The highly anticipated project was launched in 2015 and slated to be completed in the second quarter of 2020. Construction of the project has screeched to a halt, however, owing to a dispute with its main contractor.
    Even with the completion of Harbour City, it may face the challenge of drawing in visitors. As with most large-scale developments in second-tier cities, property experts The Edge spoke to expressed concern over the viability of the sizeable Harbour City project in sleepy Melaka. They believe its local catchment of below one million would not justify the amount being invested in the project.
    Source: https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/singapore-firm-rescue-hatten-lands-mega-project-melaka

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    Cirque du Soleil Design: CDS and Legacy Entertainment 'Sun Palace' Resort Design

    Cirque du Soleil and Legacy Entertainment have collaborated on numerous design projects, including this highly-unique integrated resort concept. Inspired by Cirque's namesake, variations of this Sun Palace would also have included integrated performance spaces as well as simple theme park rides. The location of this resort proposal has not been disclosed.




















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    Cirque Du Soleil Design: CDS & Legacy Entertainment Resort Design Continued




















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    It looks like the integrated resort (IR) that was out for tender for Osaka is having more delays and doubts thrown at it. The Genting Group have already walked away from the project leaving MGM as the main bidder to create the resort.

    MGM President and CEO Bill Hornbuckle revealed that his firm was not committed to moving forward with its multi-billion dollar IR investment at Yumeshima, Osaka.
    He also made the oblique but perhaps meaningful comment: “We like the fact that there’s probably going to be a delay in the reopening of some of the conversations that will hopefully make this a better investment for anybody interested in it, most notably us.”


    Source: https://agbrief.com/headline/mgm-not-committed-to-osaka-ir-investment/#:~:text=In%20an%20earnings%20conference%20call,IR%20investment%20at%20Yumeshima%2C%20Osaka.

  9. After permanently closing in 2011, due to damage caused by a Tsunami, the Kona Village Resort on the Island of Hawaii will reopen in 2022.

    Kona Village, A Rosewood Resort will debut 150 unique, standalone guest hales with locally-inspired décor and a privileged sense of seclusion. An array of distinct dining venues, including the original resort’s beloved Shipwreck Bar and Talk Story Bar, will offer elevated yet relaxed experiences. The resort will also offer an array of new amenities including Sense, A Rosewood Spa, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, as well as multiple pools.






    source: https://www.rosewoodhotels.com/en/kona-village

  10. The Riviera Maya in Mexico is getting a new resort. Etéreo, an Auberge Resorts Collection, is scheduled to open in 2021.

    Featuring 75 contemporary guesthouses, an Auberge Spa and two dining venues, the resort is a collection of patinaed coral stone structures designed with modern Mayan references and elevated to seemingly float like islands among fields of dense tropical vegetation. The different areas of the resort are laced together by a series of discrete wooden boardwalks and pathways. The enclave, which will have a highly residential feel, will tread lightly on the land and offer stunning ocean views.







    source: https://aubergeresorts.com/etereo/

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