New renderings offer a colorful first look at the hotel opening late this year in the historic Missouri Theatre Building in the Grand Center Arts District. The Angad Arts Hotel bills itself as “the first hotel in the world where guests are able to book their luxury accommodations not only by room type, but also by emotion of color.” Guests will be able to choose from Passion Red, Tranquility Blue, Rejuvenation Green and Happiness Yellow. The 146 guestrooms include 38 suites and 25 extended stay rooms with kitchenettes.
Last month, the developer applied for $1.23 million permit for the main restaurant build out. David Burke in partnership with Esquared Hospitality will open Grand Tavern as the hotel’s signature restaurant serving contemporary American cuisine. A bar and lounge will serve small plates and cocktails. An indoor-outdoor rooftop terrace will add another lounge, bar and event space. On the twelfth floor’s sky lobby, mixologists will prepare drinks in a Chameleon Lounge featuring a 360-degree video art experience called a Chameleon Lamp.
The 12-story building at 634 N. Grand Boulevard also will house the new 25,000 square foot headquarters for Bull Moose Industries, which will relocate 75 employees to the newly renamed Angad Paul Building. The Lawrence Group is the developer. Paric is serving as general contractor.