(Reuters) - China's Anbang Insurance Group Co, which owns New York's Waldorf Astoria hotel, has approached banks about a planned Hong Kong initial public offering next year, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing sources. Anbang has asked investment banks to submit proposals by the end of this week, Bloomberg reported. Show More Summary
A couple of months ago Dan’s Deals wrote about the limited options some chains have in Jerusalem, how the Waldorf=Astoria Jerusalem is probably the nicest property, but that they were playing games with award availability. At one point there were no award rooms available for six months. Show More Summary
Want to book a room at the Waldorf Astoria New York next year? Plan that trip early in the year, the hotel's owner will not accept reservations beyond Feb. 28 and final checkout will be March... To view the full story, click the title link.
In March 2013, Stacey Baker took her first photograph of women’s legs. The woman was standing in the Waldorf Astoria lobby, and her legs, lean beneath a spring coat, struck Baker as enviably dainty. Days later, she photographed a pair in Central Park. Soon her Instagram feed was devoted entirely ... More »
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The brand is looking to grow its presence in California, from the coast to wine country.
The Waldorf Astoria Chicago Hotel Review is another post regarding all things Chicago. I used a Hilton Weekend Certificate which ended up being one my best redemptions. The post Waldorf Astoria Chicago: One of the Best appeared first on The Points Of Life.
When you hear the name Waldorf Astoria, the image of a spectacular and grand hotel instantly comes to mind. A place of dapper gentlemen and regal ladies dashing about without a care in the world. One envisions men in tuxedos and tails and women in sequ... via JustLuxe.com
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(Image credit: Gordon Bell/Shutterstock) The illustrious Waldorf Astoria is about to undergo major changes. The New York landmark will close for renovations, and reopen as mostly condos. READ MORE »
The Hilton Worldwide luxury brand is doubling down on selling experiences, rolling out access to private golf courses, and adding Lamborghini test drives to its portfolio of things to do.
Going to Dubai is like a scene of out of Coming to America: Taxi: Do you want to go to Queens? Rich fellows should be in Manhattan. Stay at the Waldorf or the Palace. Me: Take us to the most common part. The post Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah: Pass On It appeared first on The Points Of Life.
A Chinese company is ready to reshape the most prestigious American hotel. [ more › ]
In October of 2014, Chinese insurance company Anbang purchased the historic Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan for $1.95 billion. This M&A activity, as we have noted many times, was part of an effort to bypass Chinese capital controls and park cash in America. Today, courtesy of the WSJ, we learn what Anbang's plan is for the hotel. Show More Summary
The Waldorf Astoria New York in Midtown Manhattan has long been known for fancy galas and dinners, and is a landmark associated with luxury and prestige. After WWII in 1949 it hosted the World Peace Conference, and has seen heads of state and famous folks pass through regularly. Show More Summary
The New York City landmark will convert many guest rooms into condos.
New Chinese owner said to be eliminating most of its rooms in a $1 billion renovation
Soon New Yorkers may be able to live at the Waldorf Astoria. Now owned by China-based Anbang Insurance Group, the hotel is in talks of turning 1,000 rooms into condos. In 2015, the group submitted plans to gut the 12th and 24th floors which look to pot... via JustLuxe.com
The Waldorf=Astoria hotel property in New York is scheduled to close sometime during the spring of 2017 so that most of the greater than 1,400 rooms can be refurbished and converted to luxury condominiums. The luxury hotel property may...Show More Summary
Market mayhem follows Britain's vote; W. Virginia tallies damages from deadly floods; NY's Waldorf Astoria hotel to go condo. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.