News in brief: Rosewood, SFO, Marriott

New hotel at SFO. Hyatt Hotels Corp. and Fairmont Hotels & Resorts are being considered to manage an onsite 350-room hotel that San Francisco International Airport plans to build and unveil by 2018, according to the San Francisco Business Times.

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More Baha Mar trouble. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has requested that a Delaware bankruptcy court void its Baha Mar licensing agreement, according to a report by Travel Weekly. Rosewood said that the licensing agreement for the 200-room hotel should be voided immediately based on, among other factors, the inability of Baha Mar Ltd. to pay Rosewood since the June 29 bankruptcy filing.

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Edition to Iceland. Marriott International, together with Ian Schrager and Carpenter & Co. announced on Friday that it will open its first hotel in Iceland in 2018, The Reykjavik Edition. Marriott will manage the 250-room hotel on the harbor waterfront in the heart of downtown Reykjavik under a long-term agreement.