NH Hotel Group, part of Minor Hotels, plans to add ten properties in Europe, Asia and Latin America to its portfolio over the course of this year.
The hotels will be located in Italy, Germany, Colombia, Argentina, China, UAE, Qatar and Chile and belong to the group’s NH Collection, Nhow, NH Hotels, and Anantara Hotels, Resorts and Spa brands.
This news comes after the group reported a month-on-month recovery in activity since last June.
NH Collection Milano CityLife: Formerly the Chiesa Cristo Re church, the hotel has been completely renovated and now includes an adjacent building though the property maintains many of the original details, with the lobby housed in the old church. It features 185 rooms and suites with Italian decor, six meeting rooms, a swimming pool and rooftop terrace.
NH Collection Oasis Doha, Qatar : This hotel will open in mid-2022 and will be a rebranding of the Oasis hotel, Doha’s first hotel. The fully refurbished property will include 300 rooms and over 50 suites.
Vyra Suites NH Collection Doha: This apartment block located in Doha’s financial district West Bay will open in the last quarter of 2022 and feature 228 apartments.
NH Collection Venezia Gran Hotel Palazzo dei Dogi: Already under the NH Collection brand, the hotel will undergo a full renovation in the first quarter of the year. Located in the 17th century Rizzo-Patarol palazzo, the hotel features a botanical garden and 64 rooms decorated in a classic Venetian style with Carrara marble and Murano glass.
Nhow Frankfurt: This hotel will open in the third quarter of the year in the city’s financial centre, featuring 375 rooms over 14 floors.
The NH group will also renovate two existing Anantara properties, and add three properties to the brand later this year.
The second quarter will see the completion of the renovation of Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam, featuring 402 rooms and the Michelin-starred The White Room restaurant. The 185-room Anantara New York Palace Budapest will also be renovated in that period.
Meanwhile, the third quarter will see the renovation of the three additional properties: the 232-room Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Roma, the 187-room The Marker Hotel in Dublin’s Docklands area, and the 156-room Anantara Plaza Nice Hotel.
The brand will see six new openings in the UAE, Italy, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and China. The first of these will be the 101-room NH Milano Corso Buenos Aires, located in a renovated building on one of Europe’s major shopping avenues in Milan.
During the first quarter of the year, the brand will also debut two properties in Latin America: the NH Cali Boulevard del Rio in Colombia, followed by the 97-room NH Santiago del Estero in Argentina. The third opening will be in Chile with the NH Iquique in the second quarter of the year, located a ten-minute walk from the beaches of Huayquique.
The group will also open the NH Zhengzhou Jinshui in China in June, complete with 138 rooms, multiple conference rooms, restaurants and other facilities.
Meanwhile, the company will open NH Dubai The Palm hotel in the third quarter of the year, which will be part of a mixed-use development consisting of a hotel tower and a residential tower on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah Island.
Last year NH Hotel Group announced plans to join the Global Hotel Alliance, with its NH Rewards loyalty program merging with GHA Discovery in early 2022.