There’s a new kid on the block – and he sure is impressing everyone – including celebrities! Nope, he’s not a person. He’s a lifestyle brand to be exact and his name is literally a dream: Dream Hotels.
Dream is a hip independent hotel company proving to be as strong as the big boys. It’s part of the Dream Hotel Group, which is the proud owner of The Chatwal in New York, Time Hotels, and Unscripted. Currently boasting five exceptional boutique hotels in four prime travel locations, particularly New York, Miami, Bangkok, and Phuket, this fast growing hotel and lifestyle brand is en route to conquering the hotel industry. In fact, they have several upcoming new hotels which will surely be a hotspot for jetsetters in the next coming years: 2 in New York, 1 in Los Angeles, 1 in Doha (2020), 1 in Dallas (2019), and 1 in Vietnam (2017).
It started in 2004 with the launch of the Dream Hotel Group’s newest line of boutique hotels in New York: Dream Hotel Midtown New York. This elegantly restored 1895 Beaux-Arts flatiron building hosts 221 accommodations that are designed with a contemporary flair despite the traditional facade. It is walking distance from famous New York landmarks such as Times, Square, Central Park, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, and many more.
In 2011, the brand’s pet friendly flagship hotel, Dream Hotel Downtown New York, was introduced to the world. Evolving from New York’s National Maritime Union Headquarters back in the 1960s, this redesigned ocean liner inspired boutique hotel has a surefire way of catching your attention. From its glass bottomed 50-ft heated swimming pool floating directly above the lobby to its porthole windows that illuminate the 314 loft style rooms and suites, every little detail has been well thought of so you can play and stay in style in one of New York’s most neo-modern, chic, and edgy hotels.
In that same year, Dream Hotel South Beach, Miami was launched. Different from its predecessors, this fashion and resort inspired boutique hotel gives off a cool, refreshing and more serene vibe to its visitors by using relaxing blue tones all over its 108 rooms. Fusing exotic Moroccan design with the old world glamour, this pet friendly hotel gives modern design a completely new look.
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