W Hotels Worldwide announced a second wave of renovation projects across its properties. The strategy focuses on enhancing the W portfolio and $100 million investment of the brand and its ownership groups with updates to public spaces, new signature bar and restaurant concepts, and stylish guestroom updates in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Mexico City and Washington, D.C.
The second phase of renovations follows the completion of refurbishments at W San Diego, W San Francisco, W Seattle and Casino, W New York-Union Square, W New York-Times Square, W Dallas-Victory, and W New Orleans-French Quarter.
A highlight of these projects include the W Atlanta-Midtown, which will unveil a new restaurant, TRACE, in June, as well as its farm-to-hotel dining concept, and a refresh of the Living Room to be unveiled later this year; W Chicago-City Center will offer 14,000 sq. ft. of event space with a refreshed look this spring; W Chicago-Lakeshore will finish a complete redesign of the inside and outside, including all 520 guestrooms, suites, corridors, the building’s exterior, and public spaces including The Living Room, and Altitude, as well as a new beverage and food facility, Current; W Los Angeles-Westwood will redesign all 258 guestrooms by the end of 2014; W Mexico City recently revealed its renovated Living Room, plus a new restaurant and renovated guestrooms are also in the works; W Montreal will renovate all 152 guestrooms and suites with a colorful palette—revealing the new rooms in 2015; W Seattle will update 423 guestrooms in 2015; and W Washington, DC will reveal a new look to its rooftop terrace and lounge in 2014.
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