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Nylo Hotels
NYLO Hotels
Private
Industry Hospitality industry
Founded 2004
Headquarters United States
Number of locations
Five
Key people
Michael Mueller: co-founder, president, CEO
Products Boutique hotels
Brands
  • NYLO
  • XP Collection by NYLO
  • SODA Bar
  • Terrace Bistro
  • LOFT Bar and Restaurant
  • LOCL Bar and Restaurant
Website www.nylohotels.com

NYLO Hotels LLC is an American boutique hotel chain.[1] The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered just outside Dallas in Carrollton, Texas.[2] NYLO Hotels includes five urban boutique hotel locations throughout the United States.[3] Each hotel is unique in its design and features food from local businesses, event venues, along with various room sizes that are fashioned to resemble New York loft style apartments.[4]

Company history

NYLO Hotels was founded in 2004 by a team of hotel executives led by Michael Mueller.[5] Co-founder Michael Mueller has also served as CEO since 2011.[6] Previously, Mueller was an executive with Starwood Capital Group and Starwood Hotels & Resorts, one of the largest hotel groups in the world.[4][7] Mueller oversaw the acquisition of Westin Hotels and Sheraton Hotels and Resorts and also helped engineer the W Hotel brand while he was with Starwood from 1994 until 2004 when he co-founded NYLO Hotels.[4][8]

NYLO stands for New York lofts in which the company models its hotels after. When the company first began operating after its founding, it was headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.[9] At the end of 2007, NYLO opened its pioneering hotel in Plano, Texas,[10] later followed by two more hotels in the Dallas/Ft. Worth district.[4] NYLO also has hotels in Rhode Island and New York City. The company remained based out of Atlanta until 2011 when it relocated to the Dallas area.[7]

Features

The NYLO Hotel brand features urban styled guestrooms combining old buildings with modern design.[5] The brand name, NYLO refers to the loft style apartments found throughout New York, but the company is focused on introducing designer hotels to secondary and tertiary markets.[8] The company has aimed its attention to providing designer style to mid-scale priced hotels that are business-travel-friendly.[11]

NYLO Hotels is also focused on eco-friendly and energy-efficient operations. In 2012, the NYLO Dallas South Side location became one of 69 hotels in the United States to achieve LEED Gold certification.[12] Other NYLO locations utilize eco-friendly initiatives such as wind power, recycled building materials, and energy-efficient light bulbs.[13]

Hotels

  • NYLO Plano at Legacy, located in Plano, Texas, was the first NYLO Hotel location and the first loft lifestyle hotel to open in the United States.[10] The hotel has 176 guest lofts with approximately half of the hotel's energy needs comes from wind power.[10]
  • NYLO Providence/Warwick, located just outside Providence, Rhode Island, was originally opened in 2008, but closed for over 12 months of renovations following the historic flood of 2010.[14] The hotel reopened in 2011 and features 163 rooms and overlooks the Pawtuxet River.[15]
  • NYLO Las Colinas/Irving, located in Irving, Texas, is the third NYLO Hotel with 200 guest lofts.[16] The hotel also features a 7,500 square-foot courtyard with two heated pools and is a 100 percent energy renewable certificate recipient.[16]
  • NYLO Dallas South Side located in Dallas, Texas and is the smallest location with 76 rooms. The five-story building includes a rooftop bar and pool called SODA Bar which is an acronym for South Dallas.[2][17]
  • NYLO New York City opened in 2013 as the largest NYLO Hotel with 291 rooms. The NYC location also features a piano lounge, library, sidewalk cafe, and main bar.[18][19]

References

  1. ^ Andrea Sachs (14 February 2013). "NYLO Warwick/Providence: A boutique hotel on the fringe". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Jason Heid (January-February 2014). "Breakfast With: Michael Mueller, The president and CEO of NYLO Hotels is ready to take your call". D Magazine. Retrieved 2014. 
  3. ^ Johanna Jainchill (26 March 2014). "Hip hostelry on the Upper West Side". Travel Weekly. Retrieved 2014. 
  4. ^ a b c d Greg Oates (10 April 2014). "Interview: NYLO Brings Design Hotels to the Masses". Skift. Retrieved 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "About NYLO". NYLO Hotels. Retrieved 2014. 
  6. ^ "Michael Mueller has been promoted CEO at NYLO Hotels LLC in Irving - TX, USA". HospitalityNet. 17 March 2011. Retrieved 2014. 
  7. ^ a b Brendan Case (15 March 2011). "Nylo to move its headquarters to Dallas from Atlanta". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 2014. 
  8. ^ a b Johanna Jainchill (26 March 2014). "NYLO's expansion ambitions not limited to larger markets". Travel Weekly. Retrieved 2014. 
  9. ^ Caitlin Clark (16 April 2013). "Michael Mueller, President and CEO of NYLO Hotels, on the Growing Dallas Market, South Side, and Jack Matthews". You+Dallas. Retrieved 2014. 
  10. ^ a b c "Loft Lifestyle Hotels NYLO Hotels Opens First Property". Global Travel Industry News. 11 January 2008. Retrieved 2014. 
  11. ^ Jay Boehmer (17 October 2005). "Three Hotel Chains Introduce Select-Service Prototypes". Business Travel News. Retrieved 2014. 
  12. ^ Danielle Abril (16 July 2013). "NYLO South Side earns LEED Gold certification". Dallas Business Journal. Retrieved 2014. 
  13. ^ "NYLO Hotels: A Clean, Green Lodging Experience". The Green Connoisseur. 12 February 2010. Retrieved 2014. 
  14. ^ Ed Watkins (13 February 2013). "Nylo Hotels is on the move". Hotel News. Retrieved 2014. 
  15. ^ Patrick Mayock (12 August 2011). "NYLO Providence/Warwick set to reopen". Hotel News. Retrieved 2014. 
  16. ^ a b "NYLO Dallas/Las Colinas Celebrates Grand Opening". Hospitality Net. 23 September 2009. Retrieved 2014. 
  17. ^ Candace Carlisle (6 July 2012). "NYLO Dallas hotel's transformation fuels hopes for South Lamar Street". Dallas Business Journal. Retrieved 2014. 
  18. ^ Hana R. Alberts (28 June 2013). "Check Out Four Long-Awaited NYC Hotels Opening Soon". Curbed. Retrieved 2014. 
  19. ^ Kaya Laterman (7 November 2013). "Upper West Side's New Look is Mixed Bag". Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2014. 

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