For visitors with an eye for Eames, the Kimber is the move. Built in 2008 from the ground up by local architect Burton Baldridge, the seven-roomer hidden behind South Congress Ave is one of the city’s best-kept hotel secrets. The illusion of seclusion comes thanks to the hillside design, whose unassuming front façade shields a stunning water feature shaded by a one hundred-year-old live oak tree. Rooms are adorned with paintings from nationally lauded local artists (one lives just two blocks away) and the aforementioned Eames chairs, plus the full line of Malin and Goetz bath products are on-hand for freshening up.
|Venue name:||Kimber Modern Hotel||Contact:|
110 The Cir
|Cross street:||between S Congress Ave and Nickerson St|