The Beatrice, Providence, Rhode Island
The 47-room boutique hotel opens in downtown Providence this summer, named after the hotelier’s mother and honoring her dedication to the city with a discerning and philanthropic spirit. Taking residence in the 1887 Exchange Building, the property honors its 19th-century heritage with refined decor complemented with luxury amenities like Mascioni linens and BeeKind organic care products. The hotel will feature Bellini Restaurant, the first of its brand from Ignazio Cipriani, great-grandson of the man who invented the namesake peach-and-bubbly cocktail for famed Harry’s Bar in Venice.
Mar Monte Hotel, Santa Barbara, California
This reimagined Unbound by Hyatt property just completed renovations to 200 guest rooms, and added new programming and a second onsite eatery. The seaside stay has 10,000 sq. ft. of event space, from oceanfront ballrooms and outdoor terraces to the warmly wooden lobby living room. Food is a focus there, with newly added Costa Kitchen and Bar featuring a hyperlocal, seafood-forward menu; at the fresh and poppy Cafe Lido, enjoy artisanal breakfast items (like French toast with Oxnard strawberry compote) while perched atop azure leather booths and lemony suede chairs.
The Wall Street Hotel, New York
The luxury property is set to debut this autumn in Manhattan’s Financial District, with 180 rooms and suites in the historic, 18th-century Tontine building. The concept is headed by the Paspaley family, known as the source of the world’s finest South Sea pearls. The hotel will offer 4,800 sq. ft. of space for events, a (soon-to-be-unveiled) restaurant, a gym outfitted by Rogue Fitness, a rooftop terrace and a double-height lobby lounge and bar that gushes with Old New York elegance. Plus, Velosophy bikes and Ninebot Segway KickScooters are complimentary to guests looking to wheel around FiDi.
Hotel Indy, Indianapolis
Opening this October, Indiana’s first Tribute Portfolio Hotel by Marriott revives a 1969 office building with 90 guest rooms in downtown Indianapolis. The lifestyle design will showcase Indy icons, involving the community in curation of local products, from coffee to programming. A 95-seat rooftop bar is the first in the city, while the sixth-floor Cannon Ball Lounge offers guests 180-degree views of Indianapolis Artsgarden. The boutique stay has more than 1,500 sq. ft. of meeting space.