March opening for Kimpton’s first Ohio hotel

George Sell By George Sell
04 February 2016 | Updated 04 February 2016

US: Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants has announced the March 2016 opening of The Schofield Hotel in downtown Cleveland.

US: Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants has announced the March 2016 opening of The Schofield Hotel in downtown Cleveland.

The opening follows an extensive $50 million renovation of the Victorian-era Schofield Building, at 2000 East 9th Street.

The Schofield Hotel is named after the historic building's original owner, Ohio architect, Levi Scofield. The restoration process exposed the building's original terra-cotta façade, which was concealed with steel for more than 40 years.

Kimpton partnered with local developer CRM Companies, architects STUDIOCRM, and interior and brand designers Warren Red to transform the building, resulting in a 122-room hotel with six suites and 52 luxury apartments, 3,800 square feet of banquet space, and Parker's Downtown, a modern American-style restaurant and bar.

"Kimpton is excited to bring Cleveland into the next chapter of its Renaissance with the city's first and only true luxury boutique hotel," said Adam Gurgiolo, general manager of The Schofield Hotel. "With the building's rich social history and central location, visitors and locals alike will find a home away from home with delightful architecture, inviting guest rooms, a naturally lit lobby and, of course, Kimpton's playful approach to hospitality."

www.TheSchofieldHotel.com

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