Paligroup Reveals Plans for Five New Properties Set to Debut in 2018 and Early 2019

Los Angeles, CA. February 07, 2018 -

Paligroup, a renowned boutique hospitality company led by founder and president, Avi Brosh, has announced the development of five new properties, including its first openings outside of Los Angeles, set to debut in 2018 and early 2019.

The company’s brands, known for their bespoke approach to modern-day hospitality, seek to provide guests with a truly unique and aspirational experience rooted in creative, sophisticated design, personalized service, creative social experiences and authenticity. Each property the group develops has a distinct personality specifically tailored to best serve its local market and neighborhood, which is reflected not only in its guest rooms and accommodations, but in its highly curated restaurants, bars and event spaces. Paligroup’s properties have won accolades and recognition internationally, including Condé Nast Traveler’s Hot List and Travel + Leisure’s It List, and coverage in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Vogue, Elle, Wallpaper* and more.

Paligroup’s hotel portfolio currently includes the award-winning Palihouse West Hollywood, Palihouse Santa Monica and Palihotel Melrose. Palihouse properties represent the company’s luxury suited product, typically focused on larger guest rooms and/or all-suite accommodations suitable for long-stays. Palihotel is the younger, more nimble brand offering, featuring traditional hotel guest rooms with carefully curated comforts for a more economically inclined guest.

Paligroup’s new openings will include:


A 55-room boutique hotel nestled in Westwood Village, one of the most recognized university towns in the country. The property will be a mix of mid-century modern with Parisian eclecticism set in a historic building that was once home to the area’s first hotel opening in 1939 and is poised to be the most stylish, design-forward hotel in Westwood Village. Palihotel Westwood Village is located at 1044 Tiverton Avenue and is scheduled to open Summer 2018.


The brand’s first property outside of Los Angeles will be a 96-room hotel and restaurant, bar and coffee outpost set in the city’s downtown core, steps away from Pike Place Market. The historic, century-old building was originally the Colonnade Hotel at its inception in 1900 and its exterior was recently voted a city landmark by the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board. The hotel will be a highly stylized but approachable boutique vision, appealing to a broad range of travelers and locals with a bold blend of classic and contemporary design and smart amenities throughout. Palihotel Seattle will also feature The Hart and the Hunter, the second outpost of the brand’s popular Los Angeles eatery. Palihotel Seattle is located at 107 Pine Street and is set to open in Summer 2018.


A 49-room hotel and restaurant/bar that will speak to both the history and majesty of Los Angeles’ cinematic roots and Culver City’s booming, modern-day tech scene. The historic, art-deco inspired façade will be restored and infused with interiors that feel modern and urban with bohemian, French influences throughout. A full-service restaurant, indoor/outdoor bar and private courtyard setting will welcome guests and locals alike. Palihotel Culver City is located at 3927 Van Buren Place and is set to open in Fall 2018.


A 70-room signature property that sits on the Indian Creek waterway and steps from the ocean in a prime area of Miami Beach. The restored art-deco building will feature all new interiors with an eclectic design palette inspired by the eastern seaboard and boho, Mediterranean beach influences. The property will boast indoor/outdoor spaces throughout, a lobby bar and private pool area, and will be home to a beach club and boat dock for guests’ exclusive use. Palihouse Miami Beach is located at 3101 Indian Creek Drive and is scheduled to open in early 2019.


An 82-room hotel, featuring signature restaurant/bar and lobby lounge adjacent to Union Square, completely reimagined by Paligroup. The property’s newly renovated and redesigned boutique vision will appeal to a broad range of clientele with a focus on well-crafted amenities, personalized service, smart features and a design story inspired by the old glamour of Alfred Hitchcock-era films, a nod to the property’s adjoining Burritt Alley historical plaque in honor of the movie The Maltese Falcon. Palihotel San Francisco is located at 417 Stockton Street and is scheduled to open in early 2019.

Paligroup is also in early development on additional, highly coveted new properties located in Los Angeles, Portland, and more. For more information, please visit or follow @palisociety.

About Paligroup

Paligroup is a fully integrated branded real estate development and hospitality operating company that acquires, programs, develops, owns and operates unique hotels and residences. The company’s proprietary brands, development and operational expertise also includes specialized retail spaces, highly curated restaurants, bars and event venues. Avi Brosh founded Paligroup in 1998 in Los Angeles. For more information, visit

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