JN+A, HVS Design combine for new Hotel Zero Degrees in Danbury, CT

For the design, JN+A and HVS Design embraced the natural elements of the local landscape.

Hotel Zero Degrees opened in Danbury, CT.  Jonathan Nehmer + Associates and HVS Design provided architecture and interior design services for the new hotel.

The property—the third location for the boutique, lifestyle brand—has 114 guestrooms, a 100-seat restaurant and a 2,600 square foot ballroom.   The hotel also has exterior patios and an outdoor fireplace.

For the design, JN+A and HVS Design embraced the natural elements of the local landscape.  The focal point of the lobby is a two-story fireplace that is wrapped in metal and stone.  The lobby also has an open floor plan that encourages gathering and connecting through flexible furniture. 

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The guestrooms have patterns and textures in grays and taupes with pops of green to add a European flavor.  The hotel has several suites with open living areas that include streamlined wet bars, sectional sleep sofas with leather-wrapped frames, and barn doors to maximize floor space.  The bathrooms have showers done in large format tile to give the feel of luxury.  There is also a marble accent wall, contrasting with the iron faucet and bath accessories. 

Hotel Zero Degrees is owned by RMS Companies and Greenwich Hospitality.

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