Charlestowne Hotels eyes winter opening for adaptive reuse property Hotel Clermont

Set in one of Atlanta’s midtown sections known as Poncey Highlands, Hotel Clermont will open as a 94-room boutique hotel with a rich history.

Charlestowne Hotels is scheduled to open the Hotel Clermont this winter as one of the company's historic adaptive reuse projects.

Set in one of Atlanta’s midtown sections known as Poncey Highlands, Hotel Clermont will open as a 94-guestroom boutique hotel with a rich history. Originally built in the 1920s, the Clermont Lounge will continue to be a tenant, while new hotel updates will include the introduction of a restaurant featuring French-American fare.

Gregory Bates of Citizndesign (a joint design venture with Blur Workshop) was involved in the property’s redevelopment.

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Charlestowne Hotels already opened The Collector Luxury Inn & Gardens in March, with the redevelopment involving Anastasia Design. As the first luxury accommodation of its kind in St. Augustine, FL, The Collector Luxury Inn & Gardens comprises an entire block on the edge of Old Town and has a set of nine buildings repurposed from historic homes dating back to 1790, including seven guest houses, The Well Bar and General Story lobby building – each with décor from the Dow collection of antiques on display.

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