AC Hotel Cleveland Beachwood prepares for August opening

The AC Hotel Cleveland Beachwood is preparing to open this August. Photo credit: Marriott International

AC Hotel Cleveland Beachwood, the newest Ohio property for the AC Hotels by Marriott brand, is set to open this August. Owned and operated by DelMonte Hotel Group, the hotel is located in the Pinecrest Development, Cleveland’s newest mixed-use district. AC Hotel Cleveland Beachwood will be the first of its kind to enter the Orange Village area and is located near shopping, dining and entertainment.

The European-inspired property, designed by Meyers + Associates Architecture, will consist of 145 guestrooms. Design highlights include layers of deep gray and charcoal tones. Guestrooms incorporate monochromatic schemes with clean lines and hardwood floors.

The AC Lobby will include the brand’s open-concept spaces and a collection of furnishings, modern designs and textures reminiscent of an art gallery. Ambient lighting and seating in the AC Library and Lounge areas will also be available.


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The hotel will have a beverage and food program at the AC Lounge. A twist on the traditional hotel bar, the experience includes offerings of local craft beers, specialty wines, signature cocktails including the AC brand’s Gintonic and a selection of tapas-style bites. Located adjacent to the AC Lounge, the AC Kitchen will offer a European-inspired continental breakfast.

The AC Library, which includes the hotel’s business center, will provide a quiet space. Each AC Library retains a rotating selection of specially selected reads by guest curators.

AC Hotel Cleveland Beachwood will also house a 24-hour fitness center and offer modern event spaces including a 1,075-square-foot ballroom and a 288-square-foot boardroom, both equipped with audio and visual technology.

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