32 new hotels with 6,800 rooms are planned for 2010. End of 2012 are a total 90,000 rooms at the Metropole available. New York offers visitors soon even more selection of hotels. 2010 promises an especially active year in terms of hotel development to be 32 openings and 6,800 additional rooms, including the new Trump Soho, Andaz Wall Street, aloft Harlem, and five new hotels in Brooklyn. The number of hotel rooms in the Hudson metropolis of currently $ 79,000 on 90,000 is expected to increase up to the year 2012. A total of 50 hotel projects in all five parts of the city are planned until the end of 2012.
Regardless of the economic situation, the city’s hotel market 2009 greatly expanded with 5.458 new rooms. Including hotel directly at the Highline Park and the Jane are long-awaited projects like the standard hotel in the West Village and Reopenings of renowned luxury hotels like the mark and The Pierre on the Upper East Side. Overall the hotel occupancy in New York 2009 slightly was lower than 2008: an average of 80 percent in the first three quarters of 2009 compared to an average of 86 percent in the same period last year. A positive development emerged in the third quarter, here the city’s hotels sold about four per cent more nights than in the same period last year. We provide a list of all planned hotel projects on request available. Learn more about New York and its hotels can be found german and in German at. There are more press releases, as well as press photos under press photos.