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The Hilton The Curio Collection added two hotels to its portfolio in the United States, one in Pittsburgh and one in Atlanta. Hilton’s Starling Atlanta Midtown, Curio Collection is a rebrand of the former W Atlanta Midtown, which underwent a full renovation in 2019.
As part of the new branding, the hotel received an upgrade to its spa facilities and lobby bar, which is now called Lantana. Located at 188 14th Street adjacent to Colony Square, the hotel features 466 rooms, an outdoor rooftop pool, fitness center and 4,200 m² of meeting space, including a rooftop event space overlooking the city.
Meanwhile, Hilton’s Joinery Hotel Pittsburgh, Curio Collection, is located in downtown’s Golden Triangle neighborhood in the building that formerly housed the District Hotel Pittsburgh.
The 185-room hotel features a library, bike shop, and a renovated lobby with locally branded coffee, Nichols Coffee, and Voodoo Brewery beer. Other amenities include a fitness center with Star Track equipment and a 10th-floor outdoor terrace for events. The hotel also hosts a Steel City Artist-in-Residence series, featuring works by local artists, starting with sculptor Blaine Siegel.
Donato Coluccio, general manager of the development, commented, “As the Allegheny and Monongahela Rivers join the Ohio River, giving the Golden Triangle its name, Joinery Hotel will create a new ‘place’ of community for Steel City residents. We’re excited to introduce leisure and business travelers as a top choice for exploring the best of Pittsburgh from a local’s perspective, while offering unique moments and an authentic experience.
Hilton’s Curio brand was launched in 2014 and surpassed 100 properties worldwide last year.
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