New Hotel Zero Degrees opens in Danbury, Conn.

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

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

“We are excited to see the latest addition to the Hotel Zero Degrees family open,” said Warren G. Feldman, CEO of JN+A and principal of HVS Design. “This unique brand allowed us the opportunity to showcase our creativity and design talent as a collaborative studio. The Hotel Zero Degrees in Danbury is truly a destination for travelers to enjoy."

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In designing the property, JN+A and HVS Design embraced the natural elements of the local landscape, from its lodge exterior to curated interiors. The focal point of the lobby is a two-story fireplace wrapped in metal and stone. The open floor plan of the lobby encourages gathering and connecting through flexible furniture opportunities. 

The hotel offers several suites with large open living areas that include streamlined wet bars, sectional sleep sofas with leather-wrapped frames and large scale barn doors to maximize floor space.

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

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