The DNA: Hotel Marcel was originally designed to house the HQ of the Armstrong Rubber Company (one of America’s premier tyre production companies) – and now, the modernist architecture building has opened as a carbon-neutral design hospitality hub with much flair. Completed in 1970 by the renowned Bauhaus designer and architect Marcel Breuer, this beauty of a building was just primed and ready for this reinvention. The notable building is now also the country’s first net-zero-energy hotel, having received a LEED Platinum certification and pursuing Passive House status too. It features 165 guest rooms and suites; a fossil fuel-free operation of a full-service new American restaurant and bar; and a lounge.
Seen: Architectural Digest, designboom, dezeen, Hospitality Design, Vogue, Wallpaper*
✅ Free Wi-Fi • size matters: 165 rooms & suites • hotel opened: 2022 • architecture: Becker + Becker • interior design: Dutch East Design ✅ free on-site parking • pets allowed • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible