Hyatt plans to launch two way of life inns in California, with the Alila Napa Valley opening in mid-March and the Thompson Hollywood following within the spring.
Beforehand, Las Alcobas Napa Valley, Alila Napa Valley in St. Helena will formally be part of Hyatt on March 1. The property, which has been briefly closed in response to California’s stay-at-home orders, plans to reopen and can make its debut beneath the Alila banner on March 15.
All rooms on the 68-room adults-only resort will characteristic outsized balconies or wraparound terraces with fireplaces. Some rooms may also characteristic outside bathtubs.
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The Alila Napa Valley will home the Acacia Home restaurant and bar idea, in addition to a renovated spa and health heart, an outside pool and assembly and occasion area, amongst different facilities.
The property can be Hyatt’s third outpost in California, becoming a member of Ventana Large Sur, an Alila Resort and the brand new Alila Marea Seaside Resort Encinitas, which opens March three.
Hyatt can be gearing up for the grand opening of the 190-room Thompson Hollywood in Los Angeles. The property is a part of a revitalization venture spearheaded by developer Related Group, which plans to rework the realm between Hollywood and Sundown boulevards and Schrader Boulevard and Vine Road into what the corporate has dubbed the Vinyl District.
The Thompson Hollywood will characteristic two eating places, a terrace and lounge with a rooftop pool, health amenities and 15,000 sq. ft of assembly and occasion area.
The property would be the first California outpost of the Thompson model.
Hyatt, which added the Thompson and Alila manufacturers to its steady with the acquisition of Two Roads Hospitality in 2018, has remained aggressive in increasing its portfolio of existence through the pandemic.