AUSTIN, TX— Arrive Hotels & Restaurants is expanding here: Construction has begun on an 83-room property, expected to open in early spring 2019.
Arrive properties are built for their neighborhood, serving as a crossroads for locals and travelers who celebrate the surrounding area’s style and culture, according to the company. For the new hotel, Arrive has partnered with local designers and developers to collaborate on the project, including co-developers Alexa Management and project consultants Burton Baldridge Architects, Big Red Dog Engineering, dwg and Eye Like Design.
The 58,600-sq.-ft. space will integrate a 100-year-old warehouse onsite, using traditional industrial materials in its modern design. All guestrooms and suites will emphasize comfort and functionality as part of their clean and modern design, according to the company.
It will also have two restaurants and bars, retail space and a coffee shop. The hotel’s interiors by Austin-based Chris Pardo Design plan to pay homage to Austin’s community of craftsmen, artists and entrepreneurs.
The hotel will have 3,500 sq. ft. of event and meeting space, including an outdoor courtyard.
Arrive will not have a front desk, and guests will check-in and access all hotel and concierge amenities via text message or at the bar.
In 2016, the first Arrive hotel launched in Palm Springs, CA. The brand has plans for expansion in the coming years.