Each of the 91 rooms is uniquely decorated for a truly unforgettable experience. Once part of the city's warehouse district, the building has been skillfully remodeled with lush amenities and a post-modern vibe. Architect Deborah Berke designed the rooms with high ceilings and exposed brick to capture the history of the building. Deluxe rooms include the Double and the King which face the central atrium and contain the featured amenities. The Luxury Double and Luxury King are city facing.
If guests want an unforgettable night's stay, they can reserve the Asleep in the Cyclone room. This is a permanent artistic addition by Johah Freeman and Justine Lowe, which doubles as a hotel room. The ceiling is resplendent with stunning stained glass, pieced together in a colorful display of light-capturing brilliance.
The Corner Suites feature a fantastic view of the city and is the largest room within the hotel. It contains a spacious sitting area and dining table. The large views overlook the corners of Main Street and 7th, alongside the Ohio river. This room contains standard amenities such as a large screen television, in-room coffee maker, high-end brand bath products, and Pewter cups for the regional favorite beverage, the mint julep.
The Balconies are another set of rooms which capture the city ambiance. Guests who stay in these rooms can enjoy access to a semi-private rooftop patio. The room contains a King bed, large screen television, free wifi, and a Herman Miller ergonomic support chair. The Rooftop Apartment is the equivalent of the penthouse suite of the 21c. This space contains a roomy 1314 square feet of space not counting the additional 2197 square feet of the Garden Terrace. This suite contains a separate bedroom with a king bed, one bath, and two half-baths. Guests can feel right at home with a full kitchen, and open living area