City Views Anew: New & Renovated

Hotels & Resorts

The Ritz-Carlton Cleveland

Transformation of 206 luxury guest rooms and public spaces redefines the hotel experience at this Midwestern landmark. The remastering includes a new restaurant and ground-breaking fitness center for demanding road warriors that features training and equipment inspired by champion athletes and team trainers who call downtown Cleveland home.

InterContinental Washington D.C.-The Wharf

The only luxury hotel along the new, mile-long waterfront neighborhood known as The Wharf in the nation’s capital, this contemporary, sustainably designed property overlooks historic Washington Channel. It offers 278 high-style guest rooms and more than 17,000 sq. ft. of technologically advanced meeting and event space, including a 5,000-square-foot ballroom facing the Potomac.

Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco

Redesigned meeting space of more than 15,000 sq. ft. at this downtown property is inspired by the fog, mist, redwood trees and swirling ocean waters of the Bay Area. Included in the renovation is the grand Veranda Ballroom and new executive boardroom. The Veranda Terrace is the only outdoor space attached to a meeting room in the city, and has lounge seating and cocktail tables from which to savor views of SoMa and Yerba Buena gardens.

Hotel 48LEX

AAA Four Diamond Hotel 48Lex in New York City’s midtown Manhattan has updated its four meeting rooms to accommodate groups from 10 to 75 with an emphasis on privacy, efficiency and versatility. Event spaces can cater to up to 100 people. On the top floor, two penthouse suites with landscaped terraces offer outdoor ambience. The property features 116 pied-a-terre-style bedrooms with kitchenettes and floor-to-ceiling views of Lexington Avenue.