Citizen M plans to open six hotels in the UK and US next year, taking its portfolio to over 30 properties across Europe, North America and Asia.

Five of the new hotels will be  located in the United States, including two properties in Miami, both of which are scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2022.

Citizen M Miami Bricknell will offer 252 rooms, a rooftop bar and swimming pool, and design features including facade artwork by local artist Jen Stark. Meanwhile Citizen M Miami World Center will offer 351 rooms, an 11th floor pool and bar, four meeting spaces, and “a series of sculptures placed across the facade”.

The group is also scheduled to open its second Seattle property in the first quarter of next year, with the 232-room CitizenM Seattle Pioneer Square situated on the site of the city’s first saw mill and featuring a large mosaic on the building’s facade by local artist Ryan Feddersen.

The second quarter of 2022 will see the opening of the group’s fourth London property, as well as the 292-room CitizenM Washington DC NoMa, which will join the existing Citizen M Washington DC Capitol.

As previously reported the 226-room Citizen M London Victoria Station will be housed on the site previously occupied by Denison House, and will feature interiors designed by Amsterdam-based Concrete, and furniture from Vitra.

Citizen M to open fourth London property

Finally the 280-room Citizen M Chicago Downtown is slated for the fourth quarter of 2022, and will form part of Sterling Bay’s mixed-use development at 300 North Michigan Avenue, between the Riverwalk and Millennium Park.

Further ahead the group plans to open seven more hotels in 2023, in locations including Rome, Paris, London’s Olympia, Miami, Boston and Austin.

Citizen M recently opened its fourth hotel in Paris, located off the Champs-Élysées.

The brand launched in 2008, and now counts 25 hotels in 15 cities – for our review of the Citizen M Boston (published in 2020), see:

Hotel review: Citizen M Boston