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March 26, 2006 | Jane Engle, Times Staff Writer
ROSEWOOD Hotels & Resorts, whose 13 world properties include the celebrity hideaway Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, Mexico (think Babs, Arnold and J.Lo), is spreading its glitz across the American land. In the last six months, the Dallas-based company, which bills itself as "ultra-luxury," has added two U.S. hotels to its portfolio, and it's about to open another: Acqualina, a 51-story Mediterranean high-rise in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., about halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
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May 2, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Free nights with minimum stays have become common hotel come-ons, but here's one I like for the luxe factor and the price. Pay for three nights and get two more nights free at the tony CordeValle resort in Northern California, making this a vacation-length getaway with real savings. The deal: CordeValle is part of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts brand and has just 45 rooms with a spa, vineyard and golf course, in San Martin, Calif. Where's that? In the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains south of San Jose and north of the Monterey Peninsula.
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December 27, 2010 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Urban refinement in the heart of the city? Pampered indulgence at a secluded hideaway? You can extend your posh getaway with a night on the house at most of the hotels in the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts luxury chain. Your stay won't be cheap, but at least it will be cheaper. The deal: The “ More Rosewood ” promotion gives a third night free when you stay two nights at selected hotels, such as the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara and Sand Hill in Palo Alto in California and others in Atlanta, Dallas, New York and Vancouver (opens in March 2011)
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July 14, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
The iconic and storied Hotel Georgia, part of the Vancouver skyline since 1927, is set to reopen Friday under management by the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts luxury group. The Canadian hotel had been shuttered for renovations during the last five years. The 155-room Georgian Revival-style hotel includes more than 100 crystal chandeliers, a spa, an indoor swimming pool, a jazz lounge and Hanksworth, a restaurant helmed by Chef David Hanksworth. Among past guests, according to the hotel, have been Elvis Presley, Nat "King" Cole, Katharine Hepburn, Louis Armstrong, the Rolling Stones and British royalty.
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May 2, 2012 | By Mary Forgione, Los Angeles Times Daily Travel & Deal blogger
Free nights with minimum stays have become common hotel come-ons, but here's one I like for the luxe factor and the price. Pay for three nights and get two more nights free at the tony CordeValle resort in Northern California, making this a vacation-length getaway with real savings. The deal: CordeValle is part of the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts brand and has just 45 rooms with a spa, vineyard and golf course, in San Martin, Calif. Where's that? In the foothills of the Santa Cruz Mountains south of San Jose and north of the Monterey Peninsula.
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February 8, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Upscale Rosewood Hotels & Resort group has opened a  property in San Miguel de Allende , a cosmopolitan city in the central highlands of Mexico with a colonial past that's a favorite of artists and American expatriates. Accommodations come with a balcony or a terrace, and views of the town’s historic center, a short stroll down cobblestone streets. The 67-room hotel with colonial-style arches is Rosewood’s third property in Mexico. The deal:   The hotel opens its doors with introductory rates starting at $295 a night, including breakfast for two  and a 25% discount on spa treatments.
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July 14, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
The iconic and storied Hotel Georgia, part of the Vancouver skyline since 1927, is set to reopen Friday under management by the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts luxury group. The Canadian hotel had been shuttered for renovations during the last five years. The 155-room Georgian Revival-style hotel includes more than 100 crystal chandeliers, a spa, an indoor swimming pool, a jazz lounge and Hanksworth, a restaurant helmed by Chef David Hanksworth. Among past guests, according to the hotel, have been Elvis Presley, Nat "King" Cole, Katharine Hepburn, Louis Armstrong, the Rolling Stones and British royalty.
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January 5, 2001 | Jesus Sanchez
Private Los Angeles investment group Maritz, Wolff & Co. has agreed to purchase the legendary 249-room Carlyle Hotel on Manhattan's Upper Eastside for $130 million. The hotel will retain its name but will be managed by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, a Dallas-based firm that is 50%-owned by Wolff Maritz. The 71-year-old hotel has attracted an elite clientele over the years, including President Kennedy and Britain's Princess Diana. Only 180 rooms are available to overnight guests.
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May 4, 1997
After several delays, a new, small upscale resort in Baja, with telescopes and fireplaces in each room, is finally scheduled to open July 1 between San Jose del Cabo and Cabo San Lucas. And this time, the managers say they're not kidding. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, whose seven luxury properties include the Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas, previously said its Las Ventanas al Paraiso ("windows to paradise") hotel would open Feb.
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July 2, 2006 | Deborah Michel, Deborah Michel has contributed to House Beautiful and MSN.com.
At first glance, East Palo Alto seems an odd choice for a new Four Seasons luxury hotel, especially when it's right on top of a freeway. Come to think of it, it seems pretty odd at second glance, too. After all, East Palo Alto is a world away--even though it's just a block away--from Palo Alto, home of Stanford University and the birthplace of countless start-ups and venture capital firms that fueled the dot-com engine.
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February 8, 2011 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Upscale Rosewood Hotels & Resort group has opened a  property in San Miguel de Allende , a cosmopolitan city in the central highlands of Mexico with a colonial past that's a favorite of artists and American expatriates. Accommodations come with a balcony or a terrace, and views of the town’s historic center, a short stroll down cobblestone streets. The 67-room hotel with colonial-style arches is Rosewood’s third property in Mexico. The deal:   The hotel opens its doors with introductory rates starting at $295 a night, including breakfast for two  and a 25% discount on spa treatments.
NEWS
December 27, 2010 | By Benoit Lebourgeois, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Urban refinement in the heart of the city? Pampered indulgence at a secluded hideaway? You can extend your posh getaway with a night on the house at most of the hotels in the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts luxury chain. Your stay won't be cheap, but at least it will be cheaper. The deal: The “ More Rosewood ” promotion gives a third night free when you stay two nights at selected hotels, such as the San Ysidro Ranch in Santa Barbara and Sand Hill in Palo Alto in California and others in Atlanta, Dallas, New York and Vancouver (opens in March 2011)
TRAVEL
March 26, 2006 | Jane Engle, Times Staff Writer
ROSEWOOD Hotels & Resorts, whose 13 world properties include the celebrity hideaway Las Ventanas al Paraiso in Los Cabos, Mexico (think Babs, Arnold and J.Lo), is spreading its glitz across the American land. In the last six months, the Dallas-based company, which bills itself as "ultra-luxury," has added two U.S. hotels to its portfolio, and it's about to open another: Acqualina, a 51-story Mediterranean high-rise in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., about halfway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
BUSINESS
September 15, 1994 | CAROL SMITH, CAROL SMITH is a free-lance writer based in Pasadena
How do business travelers feel about hitting the road, and what do they want when they do? Two recent surveys by hotel chains provide some clues to the preferences, attitudes and pet peeves of those who have to travel frequently. In a recent survey of 1,000 business travelers by New Hampshire-based Omni Hotels, an international hotel chain, 85% of the respondents said they enjoyed business travel because it offered a change of pace from their regular work life.
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