The Luxury Collection, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts, is investing $300 million in expanding and refurbishing its hotel portfolio in North America.
The brand is investing in hotel conversions and renovations in US destinations including Key West, Lake Tahoe, San Antonio and San Francisco.
New for this summer is Sunset Key, a private island with 40 luxury cottages off the coast of Key West.
The group has also signed the Conrad Chicago Hotel, which will undergo renovations this autumn.
The St Anthony in Texas will reopen at the end of this month following a multimillion-dollar restoration.
The cal Neva resort in Lake Tahoe will reopen in April following major renovation.
The brand will open its first property in Napa Valley, Las Alcobas in St Helena area, in January. A multimillion-dollar project will transform the historic Acacia House property. Several multi-room cottages overlooking the vineyards will be added.
The Luxury Collection has also been investing in its existing hotels.
The Royal Hawaiian recently opened its refurbished Mailani Tower – a private area in the centre of Waikiki Beach.
Renovation at the Hotel Ivy in Minneapolis, including a new restaurant, will be completed later this summer.
The Palace Hotel in San Francisco will reveal its refit in September, which will include redesigned rooms and public spaces.
In early 2016, refurbished rooms at The Liberty in Boston and The Phoenician in Arizona will be unveiled.