Here at Kimpton, each one of our boutique hotels has a different personality and style – nothing is by the book. While every one of our hotels has unique features, we’re especially excited about these four new design partnerships. Next time you’re in New York, Chicago, DC or Philadelphia, try one on for size.
Wardrobe Refresh: From NYC With Love
New York City leads the world in fashion, and there are stylish clothes in every window and tucked away in boutiques – if you know where to look. To help you hunt, Kimpton hotels in Manhattan partnered with Roxy Hauldren, ace stylist and personal shopper, to offer private shopping tours built around your style and budget.
Roxy has personal relationships with wholesalers, showrooms, and boutiques with access to designer fashion at huge discounts. (Even native New Yorkers book appointments with her.) The “Shop With Rox” experience includes a pre-arrival consultation, personalized shopping itinerary and three-hour private shopping tour.
Style On Demand
Get a new look with the touch of a button at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar-Philadelphia, where we’ve partnered with NINObrand to create a five-piece capsule collection. Designer Bela Shehu was inspired by the Palomar as her muse, so the collection is sporty, sophisticated and subtle-with-an-edge.
Each piece is unisex, designed for day to evening and perfect for travel. Simply dial the concierge to arrange for an appointment to receive a rolling rack in your room, where you can try on the pieces at your leisure. Bonus: the collection rings up at a friendlier price point than NINObrand’s standard collections.
Tie One On
At the Kimpton Gray Hotel in Chicago, we put a stylish spin on the minibar. Next to the standard minibar (we’d never take that away!), we’ve added a “Tie Bar” and stocked it with sleek neckties, lapel pins and pocket squares.
Snap one up for a snazzy night on the town, get one as the perfect accent for your big meeting, or bring one home as a unique souvenir – any way you do it, great style is at your fingertips.
– Kendra Collins