Bottleworks Hotel, the 139-key boutique hotel that reimagines the 1930’s Coca-Cola bottling plant by paying homage to its rich history, announces today its official opening on Tuesday, December 15.
Built for the modern traveler, Bottleworks Hotel takes over the plant’s main building and boasts stunning art-deco details masterfully restored to their former glory. Guests will appreciate the white terra-cotta exterior and brightly tiled interior, in addition to the hotel’s overall glamorous aesthetic that weaves historic architectural features with modern amenities, including multiple meeting rooms, a fitness center, a courtyard, room service and unique food, beverage and retail offerings.
Each room at Bottleworks Hotel delivers a distinct experience, curating a personal, exceptional stay for every guest. Those interested in being among the first to take in all Bottleworks Hotel has to offer can can choose between the following guest room options and book online today:
● Classic King: Each Classic King room is appointed with thoughtfully designed furnishings and décor and original terrazzo-tiled floors. Features one king bed. Over 450 square feet. ADA rooms are also available.
● Landmark King or Queen: The Landmark King and Queen rooms are located in both the original and new wings of Bottleworks Hotel. Features a velvet sofa and one king bed or two queen beds. Nearly 600 square feet. ADA rooms are also available.
● Gilded King: The Gilded King rooms are located in the original wing of Bottleworks Hotel. The rooms have historic loft ceilings and a velvet sleeper sofa. Features one king bed. Nearly 700 square feet.
● Timeless King: Located in the original wing of Bottleworks Hotel, the Timeless King rooms feature views that look right onto historic Carrollton Avenue. These rooms also have original terrazzo-tiled floors. Features one king bed. Over 600 square feet.
● Terrace King: Located in the new wing of Bottleworks Hotel, the Terrace King rooms also feature views that look right onto historic Carrollton Avenue. The Terrace King rooms have an open-air terrace with outdoor seating. Features one king bed. Nearly 600 square feet.
● Priestly Suite: Located in the new and original wings of Bottleworks Hotel, the Priestly Suite boasts a velvet sofa, powder room and a master bath complete with a soaking tub and walk-in shower with a rain head. Custom-curated artwork and luxurious finishes emphasize the finer points of this suite experience. Features one king bed and a semi-private living area with two HD 4K TVs. ADA room also available.
● Pemberton Penthouse: Bottleworks Hotel’s crowning suite includes a powder room and a master bath complete with a soaking tub and walk-in shower with a rain head. The Pemberton Penthouse also has custom-curated artwork and luxurious finishes, in addition to a billiards table, dry bar and a large walk-out veranda with outdoor seating. Surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows, it’s the perfect spot to set up your perch and take in the views of historic Carrollton Avenue. Features one king bed and a semi-private living area with two HD 4K TVs.
The starting rate for rooms is $249. All guest rooms include Gilchrist & Soames amenities and bath products, plush bathrobes and towels, Delta® spa bathroom treatments, Keurig® single cup maker with Starbucks® coffee and tea, stocked in-room minibar with local flavors, 55"-75" flat panel 4K HD SMART TVs, complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi internet access, oversized work stations, in-room safes and more.
“The grand opening of Bottleworks Hotel is a huge milestone for Bottleworks District and for the city of Indianapolis,” said Jeff Whiteman, Chief Operating Officer for Geronimo Hospitality Group. “The restoration of the Coca-Cola bottling works administration building transformed into the boutique Bottleworks Hotel showcases the best of Indianapolis, giving guests both near and far a new way to stay.”
Bottleworks Hotel is a marquee property of Bottleworks District, the $300 million mixed-use development in the heart of downtown Indy, opening this winter. Cocktail bar Sundry & Vice will occupy the Bottleworks Hotel lobby lounge, while Cunningham Restaurant Group’s new Asian restaurant concept, Modita, will be located on the first floor. Fan-favorite Blue Collar Coffee Co., retailer Good Neighbor and The W Nail Bar will also open in Bottleworks Hotel this winter for guests’ pleasure. Other properties opening in Phase I of Bottleworks District include The Garage, the city’s first food hall, Living Room Theaters, Pins Mechanical and more.