Passalacqua, sister property to Italy’s iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo, located on Lake Como, is among them
Preferred Hotels and Resorts will welcome nine new hotel openings into its portfolio in 2022.
Highlights include the sister property to Italy’s iconic Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Passalacqua (pictured). Opening in June 2022, it’s located on the shores of Lake Como. The mansion was originally built in the 18th century by Count Andrea Lucini Passalacqua and today offers 24 suites.
Passalacqua also has a lakeside swimming pool, an open-air gym set in the olive groves and a private dock offering vintage boat trips
Summer 2022 will also see the opening of The Fullerton Ocean Park Hotel Hong Kong – an eco-conscious oceanfront resort located in the city’s Southside district – and Sly Berlin, a 150-key property housed across four buildings, interconnected via open courtyard spaces and a large greenhouse in the German city’s trendy Friedrichshain neighbourhood.
Sommerro in Oslo, Norway will open in September 2022. The 231-room property occupies the former headquarters of the capital city’s electric company, Oslo Lysverker, and through a multi-million-dollar renovation will become a modern tribute to local cultural heritage.
Sommerro will feature original artwork from celebrated Norwegian artist Per Krohg and communal spaces including four restaurants, three bars and a 100-seat gilded theatre
Other 2022 openings include TOA Hotel & Space in Zanzibar in Tanzania; and in the US, The Wall Street Hotel in New York; Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences on Singer Island in The Palm Beaches, Florida; Pendry Washington DC, and Pendry Park City in Utah, which is scheduled to launch in January 2022 in the heart of Canyons Village at Park City Mountain. The ski-in, ski-out property will feature 153 rooms, suites and residences, four restaurants and bars, a spa and fitness centre, and a heated rooftop pool.
Preferred Hotels & Resorts is the world’s largest independent hotel brand, representing more than 700 hotels, resorts, residences and hotel groups across 80 countries.