Los Angeles: L.E. Hotels’ guests can now swim in the waters of Lake Como, dine at a Michelin-caliber restaurant, and walk through the ruins of a 6th century Moorish castle. The global representation hospitality brand announced today the addition of four properties in California, Italy and Portugal, along with the updates of five properties in California, Arizona, Curaçao, Venice and Philadelphia.
As with all members in L.E. Hotels’ diverse portfolio, the four newest additions to the collection all possess one-of-a-kind individuality, unique personality, authentic architectural elements and a signature distinction. In addition to an undisputed global sales advantage through L.E. Hotels’ 13 international sales offices, the new members will also directly benefit from an extensive variety of valuable reservations and marketing services, all of which aim to increase each hotel’s viability and visibility.
Five L.E. Hotels properties also recently completed major renovation projects. Each renovation updated the property to meet the needs of the modern day traveler in their respective destinations.
The hotels added to the collection include:
Hotel Los Gatos (Los Gatos, California): The Mediterranean-inspired hotel offers an urban retreat from the bustle of Silicon Valley. Each of the 72 stately guest rooms features Egyptian cotton linens and plush bathrobes and slippers. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or venture down to the on-site restaurant for fine Hellenic cuisine. The restaurant, Dio Deka, has the unique honor of being the only Greek restaurant in the United States to earn a Michelin star. Hotel Los Gatos is also a member of the Luxe Collection by L.E. Hotels.
Grand Hotel Imperiale Resort (Moltrasio, Lake Como, Italy): The charming Art Nouveau-style hotel resides on the picturesque Lake Como, offering guests the ultimate “room with a view.” The 4-star lakeside property boasts a full spa and fitness center complete with salt cave, Turkish bath, and indoor pool. The property also features two restaurants, The Imperialino and La Cascata, a piano bar and a private pier.
Hotel Beta Porto (Porto, Portugal): Past meets present at the Hotel Beta Porto, a contemporary property in the heart of one of Portugal’s oldest cities. Before travelers explore the historic coastal city, they can enjoy an authentic Portuguese breakfast on the outdoor terrace free of charge. In addition to a health club, indoor heated pool and a sauna, the property also houses 120 guest rooms and six fully refurbished suites.
Hotel Principe Real (Lisbon, Portugal): Nestled on one of the seven hills of Lisbon, the Hotel Principe Real is a prime location for exploring the historic Portuguese city. The property has eight guest rooms and ten suites all decorated in a contemporary fashion. Each of the suites has a balcony with unparalleled views of Lisbon’s old town neighborhood or the historical Saint GeorgeCastle.
The newly renovated properties include: Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel (Beverly Hills, California): The only hotel on the world-famous “Walk of Style,” recently transformed its restaurant and lobby into the Luxe Club on Rodeo, a new private tasting room and lounge exclusively for guests. Luxe Club on Rodeo offers a selection of craft beers, fine wines and innovative food offerings. The modern decor evokes the vibe of an edgy social club. The Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel is also a member of the Luxe Collection by L.E. Hotels.
Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa (Sedona, Arizona): Surrounded by the vibrant red rocks of the Sonoran Desert, the Sedona Rouge is home to lush gardens, scenic views and a full-service spa. The property underwent a year-and-a-half long expansion project, adding 32 rooms and suites, each decorated to emulate the eclectic culture of the Mediterranean. An additional garden and an outdoor venue were also added during the renovation, offering guests a place to sip a glass of wine or sit and read. The Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa is also a member of the Luxe Collection by L.E. Hotels.
Avila Beach Hotel (Willemstad, Curaçao): The beachfront hotel recently remodeled all 10 of its “La Belle Alliance” suite apartments. The one, two and three bedroom room suites have fully equipped kitchens, separate living areas and open-air dining patios with views of the Caribbean Sea. The renovations include upgraded bathrooms that fit a modern, minimalist style.
Hotel Concordia (Venice, Italy): With breathtaking views of St. Mark’s Square, the Hotel Concordia brings guests an authentic Italian experience. The familyowned hotel recently restyled several of its rooms, updating furnishings, carpets and climate systems. La Piazetta, the cozy on-site restaurant, was also refurnished.
Penn’s View Hotel (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): Experience the birthplace of America at the Penn’s View Hotel in Philadelphia. The historical boutique hotel, which was originally built in 1828, recently started renovations to meet the needs of the modern traveler. Penn’s View Hotel will upgrade its standard rooms bathrooms, lamp fixtures, area rugs and wall coverings. Renovations are expected to be complete by the end of spring 2016.
The four new properties and all other properties of the L.E. Hotels roster are available for booking online at www.lehotels.com.
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