• Associated Luxury Hotels International Acquires Seven New Member Hotels Across U.S.

     
    POSTED February 27, 2019
     

Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) has acquired seven new hotels. The new properties include the Hotel Alessandra in Houston, Texas, Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa in Austin, Texas, Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix in Phoenix, Ariz., as well as the following properties in Denver: Halcyon, a hotel in Cherry Creek, The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block, The Crawford Hotel – Denver Union Station, and The Oxford Hotel. 

The Kimpton Hotel Palomar Phoenix is a slick boutique hotel anchoring CityScape, a celebrated downtown Phoenix landmark. The property is located within walking distance of the Phoenix Convention Center and features 242 guestrooms and suites. The hotel also features a rooftop pool and lounge, as well 10,000 square feet of versatile function space with panoramic views that blur the lines between the indoors and outdoors. The property offers group fitness classes that include everything from serious cardio sessions to intense yoga workouts at no charge.

ALHI serves as the global sales force for a highly selective membership of luxury hotels, independent luxury hotel brands, luxury cruise ships and Destination Management Companies (DMCs).

This year, Devil’s Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa has been named one of Condé Nast Traveler’s top four resorts in Colorado and top nine in the Western United States.  

 

Northern Lights travel expert Off the Map Travel has announced eight new “Aurora on the Water” experiences designed to capture the Aurora in a unique way. Running from September 2019 to March 2020, the eight program options feature views everywhere from a luxury yacht or kayak, on top of a frozen lake, looking down over the fjords, or drifting on the Arctic waters. The itineraries for each program can be personalized for the needs and optimal experience of each guest.

 

Recognized for its sustainable performance and design, The Source Hotel has been awarded LEED Silver certification. Owned by Zeppelin Development, the 92,000-square-foot building was destined to meet LEED standards from its inception with sustainability at the forefront of the project.