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Element Hotels to double its North-American portfolio by the end of 2018

Starwood Hotels & Resorts plans to open 22 hotels of the new "eco-friendly" brand in the United States and Canada. Located in urban areas, these properties represent more than 2,500 rooms in total.

Element Hotels continues to experience growing success after recent openings for the Starwood Hotels & Resorts brand in Basalt (CO), Boston (MT), Fargo (ND), Miami (FL), and in Vancouver, Canada. After a new wave of developments in the pipeline, the brand portfolio should more than double by the end of 2018.

Across the American market alone, new openings are scheduled in around fifteen destinations: Austin (TX), Chandler (AZ), Charleston (SC), two hotels in Dallas (TX), Fort Lauderdale (FM), Huntsville (AK), Katy (TX), Moline (IL), Nashville (TN), Palmdale (CA), Philadelphia (PA), Redmond (WA), San Antonio (TX), Spring Valley (NY) and Syracuse (NY). In Canada, a 142-room Element hotel should open its doors near Calgary International Airport, plus two additional addresses to be announced soon.

These additions are not limited to the North American continent, as the brand just opened new properties in Amsterdam and Suzhou. By the end of 2018, new Element hotels are scheduled in Tanzania and China (two additional units), not to mention three addresses currently in the pipeline in the Middle East.

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  • Starwood Hotels & Resorts to develop dual hotel development in London
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