Crawford Hoying and Shaner Hotels announce plans for Hotel Celare
Real estate developer Crawford Hoying and hotel owner, operator and developer Shaner Hotels are working together on the creation of a new hotel in Ohio.
A prime location
Expected to open early 2024, Hotel Celare will encompass a jump lobby, rooftop bar and multiple outdoor spaces in addition to its 171 guest rooms.
Marriott’s Tribute Portfolio focuses on upscale to upper-upscale hotels that each has a unique brand leading its service and architectural and interior design. Hotel Celare’s brand, which is led by Norris Design, focuses on curating curiosity.
The property will be located at 310 Straight Street in the new The District at Clifton Heights mixed-use development across the street from the University of Cincinnati’s campus in the Uptown Innovation Corridor and a short drive from the downtown area.
Plato Ghinos, president of Shaner Hotels, said: “The new Hotel Celare will mark our seventh hotel in Ohio and our 47th Marriott-branded property. We will use this market and brand expertise to ramp up the hotel more quickly. Upon completion, we are confident the hotel quickly will take its place as the destination of choice for business and leisure travellers to the area.”
Designed for guests and locals
Meyers+Associates is designing this seven-storey site, which is to house an even mix of queen and king guest rooms, a rooftop bar, outdoor terraces overlooking Straight and Clifton Streets, a 24-hour fitness centre and state-of-the-art business centre.
The new property will also encompass 18,500 sq ft of leasable retail and restaurant space across the ground and second floor. Event space will also occupy the building’s second floor.
The property’s interior design is to be led by the Texas-based design firm, Studio 11. Guests can expect a bright colour palette paired with rich materials and fun patterns.
Crawford Hoying is developing this hotel in partnership with Trinitas Ventures. The $500 million mixed-use development it’s a part of spans five acres along both sides of Straight Street. On completion, this development will attract 3,200 residents and bring in $40 million in infrastructure improvements.
Commenting on the hotel plans, Bob Hoying, principal at Crawford Hoying, said: “We’re thrilled to bring Hotel Celare to the vibrant Cincinnati community. This exciting new hotel will offer extensive amenities, dining and entertainment options, as well as a uniquely curated experience for visitors to enjoy.”
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