New and Renovated: Arts, Awards and Airport Hotels

new and renovated

The Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, California

The iconic Beverly Hills property is undergoing a top-to-bottom renovation to be completed April 2020, including all 566 of its guest rooms and luxury suites. Upgrades also include green initiatives, as the hotel eliminates all plastic water bottles and single-use amenities. The storied property features 65,000 sq. ft. of indoor and outdoor event space—utilized recently to host the 2020 Golden Globe Awards.

Doubletree by Hilton at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

The 327-room property is currently undergoing renovations to everything from carpeting to decor in its guest rooms and public spaces. By June, improvements will be complete, including updates to its expansive 25,000 sq. ft of event space, with its largest meeting room accommodating up to 700 guests. Elevated design will also overhaul the bar, lobby space and restaurant. The hotel is conveniently located just five minutes away from Valley Forge Convention Center.

Quirk Hotel Charlottesville, Virginia

A new boutique arts hotel with a sister place in Richmond, Virginia, this original property is taking reservations for stays beginning in March. The hotel will celebrate all things local, from curated artwork to a seasonal restaurant and artisan goodies in its 80 guest rooms. Quirk Rooftop will give guests airy views of downtown Charlottesville, while two historic houses adjacent to the main building will feature a coffee shop and barrel-aged spirits bar.

AC Hotel Atlanta Airport Gateway

Marriott’s AC hotels offer bespoke continuity throughout their properties, with streamlined luxury in their decor and hand-crafted, well-sourced breakfast fare at AC Kitchen. This newest iteration of the concept is certain to be convenient, located just steps from the ATL SkyTrain that runs to and from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). It hosts up to 110 people in meeting spaces and offers 222 guest rooms.