Cincinnati hotel partners with coworking space

The Kinley Cincinnati Downtown and coworking company 1628 Ltd. are steps away from one another. Photo credit: Vision Hospitality Group (The Kinley Cincinnati Downtown)

Following its fall opening, Vision Hospitality’s Kinley Cincinnati Downtown has partnered with coworking company 1628 Ltd. to give hotel guests complimentary day passes to the coworking space. 

Through this partnership, guests of the Kinley can now reserve space at 1628 in the same way they would order roomservice or a car to the airport. The Kinley and 1628 are steps away from one another.
 
“As the pandemic shifted traveler’s needs and overall trends, both the Kinley and 1628 felt that this partnership was aptly timed,” said Lynn Mucciano, VP of sales & marketing at Vision Hospitality. “Travelers want an intimate, boutique hotel experience, but still need a creative space to work or meet with clients.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Vision Hospitality Group on Kinley Cincinnati Downtown, a brand that has all the elements to become iconic in Cincinnati,” said Tamara Schwarting, founder and CEO of 1628. “Business travelers desire a custom work experience that matches the level of intentionality they have come to expect from hotels like the Kinley. They need private spaces with secure internet connections to discuss sensitive information. 1628 exists to empower professionals to do their best work in a design-driven atmosphere.”

Schwarting built 1628 with customization and connection in mind. Conference rooms are equipped with web-enabled teleconference technology. The kitchen offers healthy snacks, locally sourced coffee as well as beer and wine.