Rosewood Hotel Group to ‘transform’ in the Americas with $300m renovation investment


As part of its sustained path of expansion, Rosewood Hotel Group is to invest in excess of $300m transforming its iconic properties in the Americas.

The hotel group, which comprises more than 44 hotels in 19 countries, made 10 new hotel transactions in 2019 across the globe, including a new property in California and a resort in Hawaii.

Now the group has announced plans to invest in a series of refurbishments in ‘legendary’ Rosewood properties, such as Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas; The Carlyle, a Rosewood Hotel in New York City; Rosewood Washington, D.C.; Rosewood Mayakoba on Mexico’s Riviera Maya; and the re-opening of Rosewood Little Dix Bay on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands. 

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The pipeline continues to grow in the Americas with upcoming significant deal signing announcements for California, Mexico, as well as in the Caribbean.

In early 2021, Rosewood São Paulo will open, marking the brand’s debut in South America. 

The Group’s pipeline is at its strongest in history, with 32 projects under development, including 21 for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, five for KHOS and six for New World Hotels & Resorts.  

Expansion into branded residences is also a main focus area. With 15 existing residential properties in 10 countries and 14 under development, nearly half of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts pipeline includes a residential component. 

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