Its Luxury & Lifestyle portfolio is projected to debut over 50 hotels in 24 countries this year.

IHG continues to evolve its Luxury & Lifestyle offering with a focus on welcoming guests with exceptional design, bespoke service delivered with intention and meaningful, transformative experiences, all while thoughtfully expanding its portfolio.

Its Luxury & Lifestyle portfolio is projected to debut over 50 hotels in 24 countries this year in incredible, inspiring destinations from Rome to Riyadh and Melbourne to Mallorca.

There will be four Six Senses: Six Senses Rome, Six Senses Crans-Montana in Switzerland, Six Senses Kanuhura in the Maldives, and Six Senses Southern Dunes, The Red Sea in Saudi Arabia.

There will be the first Regent Phu Quoc opens in Vietnam, and former InterContinental Hong Kong return to its iconic roots – the hotel first opened its doors in 1980 as a Regent and will re-open this year as Regent Hong Kong following a complete and spectacular makeover.

For InterContinental Hotels & Resorts, InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace. In the Middle East, the brand will open two new resort properties in the UAE and Saudi Arabia. InterContinental Sorrento Mornington Peninsula will open in Australia. In Asia, Khao Yai in Thailand, and Appi Kogen Resort in Japan, in addition to Hangzhou Liangzhou, Chongli and Zhengzhou in Greater China are opening. Last,  InterContinental Lima Miraflores in Peru.

There will also be 7 Kimpton properties opening in Sydney, Mallorca, Bali, Samui, Suzhou, Midtown Atlanta, and Kimpton Roatan.

Hotel Indigo, IHG’s fast growing boutique hotel brand, plans to settle into 26 neighbourhoods over the upcoming year.

Vignette Collection, the newest addition to the IHG Luxury & Lifestyle portfolio welcomes Sindhorn Midtown in Bangkok, Grand Hotel Wien in Vienna, Austria as well as Penina Resort & Golf and Dona Filipa Hotel, both on Portugal’s Algarve.

“Luxury, and what it means to consumers, continually changes and adapts. We’ve been intentional and strategic with the enhancements we’ve made to the IHG Luxury & Lifestyle collection in recent years, and our exciting pipeline of openings for 2022 demonstrates the strength and depth of the portfolio. Now more than ever, luxury consumers are eager to indulge in travel again, but in a more meaningful, purpose-driven way. Our Luxury & Lifestyle brands bring distinctive design and unforgettable service together with extraordinary experiences. The addition of these new hotels and resorts in key and emerging markets adds further choice for guests to experience inspiring and personalised stays that meet their travel desires in the moment,” said Tom Rowntree, Vice President Global Marketing for Luxury Brands.