Grand opening for Baltimore’s Hotel Revival

George Sell By George Sell
06 May 2018 | Updated 06 May 2018

US: Joie de Vivre Hotels celebrated the opening of Hotel Revival with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Baltimore mayor Catherine E. Pugh joined hotel representatives to cut the ribbon on the 107-room boutique property in the heart of the city's historic Mount Vernon neighbourhood.

Developed by Denver-based real estate company NuovoRE and managed by Two Roads Hospitality, the 14-story boutique hotel has been designed by Baltimore-based Schamu Machowski + Patterson Architects and Philadelphia-based SLDesign.

Once a private mansion owned by an art enthusiast, the 101 West Monument Street address that is now home to Hotel Revival boasts a rich art history. In a nod to this, more than 30 different artists are represented within the hotel through a variety of mediums, including individual art pieces in guest rooms and public spaces, a wall and ceiling mural, and unique collaged wallpaper created for the hotel through the process of remix.
 
"We are thrilled to officially open the doors of Hotel Revival, bringing renewed energy into our Mount Vernon neighbourhood and contributing to its ongoing revitalisation," said general manager Beth Brainard. "Hotel Revival's guest experience was developed through unique collaborations with local partners and we can't wait for visitors and Baltimore-area residents to discover our distinct offerings around dining, drinking, and, even, song."

"We're so proud to open Joie de Vivre's first property in Baltimore, Hotel Revival, which is a vibrant and storied addition to our growing collection of boutique hotels across the country," said Jamie Sabatier, CEO of Two Roads Hospitality. "By celebrating its surrounding neighbourhood with an impressive array of local partners, businesses and artisans, Revival truly brings to life the spirit of the Joie de Vivre brand."
 

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