Motto by Hilton breaks ground in Atlanta, signs 6 more

Motto by Hilton Atlanta Old Fourth Ward Room
Lucror Resources and equity partner Sixty West are developing the Motto by Hilton Atlanta Old Fourth Ward with plans to open it in 2021. Photo credit: HBA Atlanta

Just over a year after the brand's launch, the first Motto by Hilton broke ground in Atlanta. 

Lucror Resources and equity partner Sixty West are developing the 146-room Motto by Hilton Atlanta Old Fourth Ward with plans to open it in 2021. Atlanta-based Hospitality Ventures Management Group will operate, the hotel, which will be part of Waldo’s, an $80 million mixed-use development that will include food-and-beverage outlets and commercial and residential spaces.

Since the micro-hotel brand signed the hotel earlier this year, it has confirmed six additional properties are in development. These are:

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  • Motto by Hilton Washington D.C. City Center (slated to open early 2020): To be located in the city’s Penn Quarter, the 245-room hotel will include several food-and-beverage venues, including a coffee bar and a rooftop bar.
  • Motto by Hilton Indianapolis Downtown (slated to open in 2021): An adaptive reuse, the 108-room hotel also will include a coffee bar and a rooftop bar.
  • Motto by Hilton New York City Chelsea (slated to open in 2021): The 374-room Manhattan hotel will include a coffee bar and cocktail bar.
  • Motto by Hilton Brooklyn (N.Y.) Downtown (slated to open in 2022): Currently being designed for modular construction, this 26-story, 117-room hotel will offer views of Brooklyn and Manhattan from its guestrooms and rooftop terraces. It will feature a coffee lounge and bar for guests and the local community.
  • Motto by Hilton Savannah Historic District (slated to open in 2022): The 125-room hotel will include 2,500 square feet of meeting space, co-working spaces and a rooftop pool and bar.
  • Motto by Hilton Lima Miraflores (Peru) (slated to open in 2022): Located near Parque Kennedy, Miraflores’ central plaza, the 155-room hotel will feature an open design bar and food hall.

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