3 Hotel Renovations That Will Impress You

Upgraded stays across the globe

BY DON NICHOLS — Spring 2018

HONOLULU: After a $115 million transformation, the former Pacific Beach Hotel has been reborn as the 839-room Alohilani Resort Waikiki Beach. The hotel’s culinary program shines with one restaurant from Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto (Morimoto Asia Waikiki) already open and a second one (Momosan Waikiki) debuting later this spring. From $289. 800-367-6060; alohilaniresort.com 

NEW ORLEANS: The 110-year-old Jung Hotel on Canal Street has been reimagined, to the tune of $140 million, and started welcoming guests again this winter as the Jung Hotel and Residences, New Orleans Hotel Collection. It boasts 171 rooms and 36 residential-style executive accommodations with kitchens, washers, and dryers. Relax on its rooftop pool deck. From $159. 833-530-9593; junghotel.com

NEW DELHI: After a 20-month shutdown for a $100 million renovation, the Oberoi, New Delhi, has reopened. The room count dropped from 283 to 220, giving guests larger rooms with spacious baths. Among the new luxury touches: marble and wood flooring throughout the property. From $330. 800-562-3764; oberoihotels.com


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