Preferred Hotels and Resorts adds to global portfolio

Preferred Hotels and Resorts adds to global portfolio


Preferred Hotels & Resorts has welcomed 19 new member hotels with new properties in Europe and the Americas.

Ranging from a new urban property in downtown Los Angeles to a villa estate on the island of Sicily, the new additions bring the brand’s total portfolio to 650 hotels, resorts, and residences across 80 countries.

Highlights include:

Hotel Per La in Los Angeles, which is opening its doors this month. The 241-room property is located in the former headquarters of The Bank of Italy in downtown Los Angeles. It features a rooftop pool and bar with sweeping skyline views.

For beach lovers the Garza Blanca Resort & Spa Cancun – a Tafer Resort in Cancun, Mexico is an all-inclusive beachfront resort – and is the sister property of Garza Blanca Preserve Resort & Spa Puerto Vallarta. It offers 452 suites with private balconies or terraces.

Located on the iconic St. Barbara Bastion in the Maltese capital of Valleta, the Iniala Harbour House & residences is comprised of four palatial houses and offers 20 suites and three guestrooms with balconies or terraces and some with private plunge pools – all sat atop ancient vaults – with views of Grand Harbour.

Home to one of the Caribbean’s largest spas, Aurora Anguilla Resort & Golf Club in Anguilla has 178 guestrooms, beach suites, and multi-bedroom private villas featuring shared butler services. Ultra-luxury offerings include the recently re-imagined Aurora International Golf Club and seven restaurants and bars.

Other member properties that joined Preferred Hotels & Resorts’ global portfolio from April 1 through June 30, 2022, include: Virgin Hotels New Orleans (New Orleans, Louisiana, United States), Virgin Hotels Nashville (Nashville, Tennessee, United States), Virgin Hotels Dallas (Dallas, Texas, United States), Virgin Hotels Chicago (Chicago, Illinois, United States) and Grand Hotel San Pietro (Sicily, Italy).

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