Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) has significantly enhanced its meetings and events portfolio by adding key properties in Washington, D.C., Atlanta and Louisville, Kentucky.

Two of the hotels—Omni  Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., and Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center—are currently open. InterContinental Washington D.C.-The Wharf is scheduled to debut in October and Omni Louisville Hotel is slated to open in spring 2018.

“The Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. and the Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center are both outstanding convention hotels in cities of tremendous appeal for meetings and conventions,” said Mark Sergot, ALHI’s chief sales officer. “We are very pleased to add those two fine hotels to our portfolio, and very excited about the two exceptional new hotels that will soon open, the InterContinental Washington D.C. and Omni Louisville Hotel. All four hotels are terrific choices for groups.”

The 834-room Omni Shoreham Hotel opened in 1930 and has been restored to its original, stunning grandeur. It’s Washington, D.C.’s only AAA Four Diamond convention hotel, and features more than 100,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, divided among 24 rooms, seven ballrooms and scenic outdoor gardens.

Omni Atlanta Hotel at CNN Center, which is connected to Georgia World Congress Center, provides 1,059 guest rooms that boast spectacular views of the city skyline, CNN Center Atrium or Centennial Olympic Park. The property has more than 120,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, which in includes 45 meeting rooms and a 19,864-square-foot grand ballroom.

Situated on the Potomac River in the reimagined Wharf neighborhood, InterContinental Washington D.C.—The Wharf will offer stunning views of the nation’s capital and feature 278 elegant guest rooms with state-of-the-art touch panel technology. The hotel also will provide more than 17,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, including several ballrooms and 10 meeting rooms.

The downtown Omni Louisville Hotel will offer features that capture the city’s heritage, including a unique design of intersecting towers that represent the crossroads of the city’s past, present and future, as well as 612 guest rooms inspired by Louisville’s history and character. The 65,000 sq. ft. of meeting space will include the 20,000-square-foot Commonwealth Ballroom, 10,000-square-foot Olmsted Ballroom and 18 breakout rooms.

All of the properties are members of ALHI’s Convention Collection, which now includes 30 properties. ALHI, a leading independent global sales organization that serves the meetings and incentive marketplace, boasts more than 250 luxury hotels and resorts.