The Hottest New Hotels of 2020
Food and Travel Magazine|Fall 2020
Despite the current environment and competition from established hotels and resorts, along with the ever-growing Airbnb market, new hotels are popping up around the world at a record-breaking pace. These hotels which are opening their doors this year are more than eager to serve travelers.

Nobu Hotel Palo Alto, Palo Alto, California (Opening this summer)

Slated to be Silicon Valley’s most anticipated hotel opening in summer 2020, Nobu Hotel Palo Alto will unveil a completely brand-new hotel following its multi-million dollar transformation. The 73-room boutique property is elevating its façade, reception and arrival experience, wellness offerings, meeting venues and amenities, guest rooms and adding a signature Nobu restaurant to reflect the world-renowned standards of Nobu Hospitality with the addition of a 24-hour in-room Nobu dining menu. Standout highlights include high-tech guest rooms with Alexa and Toto Neorest washlet toilets, with 90-inch televisions in the 8th floor Ryokan guest rooms, and an elevated fitness studio with top-of-the-line equipment including Peloton bikes.

The Hotel Drover, Fort Worth, TX (Opening in October)

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