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2022 most anticipated hotel openings across the world

Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea.

The path to recovery in the hospitality industry has been bumpy, but travel will come back for sure.

 Keep calm and anticipate the most exciting hotel openings in 2022 as follows:

The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong
Set to be the first Fullerton hotel in Hong Kong and the first Fullerton resort worldwide, The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong is expected to open in the second half of 2022 in the stunning Southside of Hong Kong Island. Being a sustainable, oceanfront luxury resort just a stone’s throw away from the CBD, it will be a tranquil retreat for every kind of traveller. Each of its 425 well-appointed guest rooms enjoys spectacular ocean views overlooking the South China Sea. The resort also features 4 dining outlets, an infinity pool, a kids’ lagoon, an indoor kids’ zone and a wellness centre. The hotel is committed to offering a sustainable and healthy environment for all through green building measures and WELL building strategies including the implementation of practical green and climate resilience designs and features. In October 2021, the hotel is named the first in Hong Kong and mainland China to attain the internationally acclaimed WELL v2™ Precertification. To further incorporate wellness living into the hospitality experience, the hotel will offer a wide range of wellbeing programmes for guests and employees to engage in such as urban farming, aqua yoga, hiking, as well as other mental and physical health activities like meditation, forest bathing, tea ceremony rituals, dance/movement and music therapies, with the aim of creating a connection with nature and a sense of well-being.

Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen
Located on the upper floors of UpperHills, a striking new 79-storey premium building in the Futian district, Mandarin Oriental, Shenzhen has officially opened its doors on 20th January 2022. Each of the 178 spacious rooms and suites enjoys sweeping vistas of the cityscape, greenery of Lotus Hill Park,Bijia Mountain Park and Shenzhen Bay, and features luxurious marble bathrooms, walk-in closets, Diptyque toiletries, Samsung 55'' LED televisions, Dyson Supersonic hairdryers and Bose Bluetooth speakers. The hotel presents eight stylish restaurants and bars, including a fine-dining Cantonese restaurant, The Bay by Chef Fei, helmed by Michelin-starred Chef Fei as well as other restaurants feature the cuisines of China, Spain, Japan and France. In addition, the vintage-vibe rooftop MO Bar caters to the city’s sophisticates with curated cocktails and rare malt whiskies.

Six Senses Kanuhura
Six Senses announced the second collaboration with Singapore-based Hotel Properties Limited (HPL) to open Six Senses Kanuhura as a sister property to the ever-popular Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives. This new resort is expected to open in December 2022. This tropical paradise encompasses three white-sanded private islands, two of which are deserted. A 40-minute seaplane flight from the main international airport on Malé, the resort offers 80 private overwater, beach, or spacious family villas. Highlights include the high-touch, high-tech Six Senses Spa and nearby Lhaviyani Atoll with more than 40 dive sites for exploring marine life.

The Lana, Dorchester Collection’s Debut in the Middle East
Located in Burj Khalifa District, the heart of Dubai, The Lana is anticipated to open in the last quarter of 2022, marking Dorchester Collection’s first address in the Middle East. The Lana is a striking 30-storey tower designed by the award-winning architects Foster + Partners that perfectly captures the essence of its destination and brings an unparalleled ultra-luxury experience to Downtown Dubai. With its 225 guest rooms, is in the Burj Khalifa District and overlooking the vibrant Business Bay area. With interiors by Parisian duo Gilles & Boissier, The Lana is designed to accentuate Dubai’s stunning vistas, with views of the vibrant Business Bay area, beautiful sunsets to the northwest and seemingly endless landscapes to the southeast. All aesthetic choices are reflective of the hotel’s prime location. The 225 unique guest bedrooms include 69 suites and all feature floor-to-ceiling windows and light-flooded spaces. Design is contemporary with details such as stone parquet flooring, triple-height ceilings, and screen dividers to create an ambience that is at once welcoming and discreet.

Mandarin Oriental Mayfair, London
Mandarin Oriental Mayfair, London is expected to open in 2022 Q3 as the second M.O. branded luxury property in London. The hotel will be an intimate, boutique property featuring 50 guestrooms and suites. It will also house a vibrant fine-dining restaurant, a lobby lounge, stylish bar and a private roof terrace with bar overlooking Mayfair. It is developed by Clivedale London and designed by architects, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners to provide an exclusive oasis of contemporary luxury.

Six Senses Rome
A restored palazzo in the center of ancient Rome, Six Senses Rome is the latest addition to the brand’s urban collection. Opening in Autumn 2022, the emphasis is on wellness, delicious food, sustainable design, and community. The ground floor is a social floor for dining and gathering while the first floor is home to Six Senses Spa and Roman baths. The crowning glory is the large rooftop terrace with 360° panoramic views of the surrounding city, complete with an organic fruit and vegetable garden for recreating a Roman banquet or two.

Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group will manage and re-brand the 115-year-old, iconic Hotel Palace Luzern in Switzerland. Upon the completion of an extensive renovation expected in 2022 Q3, the property will welcome guests again as Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern. Located in the heart of the city, on the shores of Lake Lucerne, the hotel will feature 136 spacious rooms and suites offering excellent views of the lake and mountains. There will be a restaurant and a bar together with a variety of social and meeting facilities and a spa and fitness room. Lake Lucerne is a popular travel destination. As well as the picturesque mountain and lake scenery, the city is home to one of Switzerland’s most famous landmarks, Chapel Bridge, which was first erected in the 14th century, and is one of the oldest wooden bridges in Europe.

Six Senses Crans-Montana in Switzerland
Six Senses Crans-Montana opens in time for the winter season of 2022. A stone’s throw from the stylish Swiss village Crans, and just above the main gondola, 47 hotel suites and 17 residences enjoy a prime ski-on/ski-off location. The authentic Swiss chalet feel has been remodelled to maximize the connection to the pine forest surroundings to the back and left-to-right Alpine views that stretch from the Swiss Matterhorn to the French Mont Blanc massif to the front. Although World Cup skiing put this “Best of the Alps” resort on the map, with 300 days of sunshine a year and exceptional air quality, Crans-Montana operates year-round.

Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea
Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea is one of two inland locations that together with coastal and marine initiatives form The Red Sea Project on Saudi Arabia’s west coast. Opening at the end of 2022, the resort’s architectural approach pays homage to its Nabataean heritage and majestic desert surroundings. The heart of the resort is the Oasis, inspired by a desert flower, gathering vibrant cultural, musical, and Earth Lab activities, boutique, meeting spaces, restaurants, and bars under one roof.

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She has many years of both academic and industrial experience within the travel industry. She has written/edited numerous articles in various tourism magazines.

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