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2023 U.S. Hotel Openings

by Katie Skrzek

Dec 16, 2022

The Pinch © Blake Shorter


Start dreaming of your 2023 travel plans. Check out these properties opening across the United States in 2023.

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The Wayfinder Waikiki © Read McKendree

The Wayfinder Waikiki

Set to debut in April 2023, this property is located in Honolulu’s Waikiki neighborhood. The décor of the hotel’s 228 guestrooms draw inspiration from the Hawai’ian landscape and culture. The property will feature a coffee shop with retail store, tropical speakeasy and pool bar, and a restaurant specializing in made-to-order poke.

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The Pinch © Christian Harder Photography


The Pinch

Located in downtown Charleston, South Carolina, the property is slated to officially debut in early spring 2023. The 25-guestroom property is housed in two original Victorian-style buildings, as well as a newly constructed building. In addition to guestrooms and suites, guests may also book residences for 30 days or more. On-site restaurant options include a French-inspired eatery and an oyster bar.

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Penny Williamsburg © Alice Gao


Penny Williamsburg

The Brooklyn hotel officially debuts in spring 2023. A first of its kind, the property is part hotel and part housing for graduate students at Bard College. The apartment-style accommodations are ideal for extended stays. The property boasts 118 guestrooms, a rooftop lobby with bar and restaurant and two rooftop terraces.

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Hotel Genevieve © ROHE


Hotel Genevieve

The Louisville, Kentucky, property plans to open spring 2023. Located in the trendy NuLu neighborhood, the new-build hotel from Bunkhouse group will feature 122 guestrooms, a restaurant, rooftop lounge, mini market and intimate bar.

Trailborn Rocky Mountains

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Trailborn Rocky Mountains

Located in Estes Park, Colorado, the new Trailborn property opens in spring 2023. The first hotel from the new brand will focus on design-forward accommodations, experiential programming and thoughtful food and beverage offerings. Other destinations in the Trailborn pipeline include California, Arizona and North Carolina.


ROOST Book Tower © Method Co.


ROOST Book Tower

Opening spring 2023 in Detroit, Michigan, the boutique extended-stay concept will feature 118 apartment hotel units for short- or long-term stays. Housed in a historic building, guests may also enjoy two restaurants, a lobby bar and lounge, a bakery and rooftop event space.


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