This addition will also mark completion of the highly-anticipated glitzy development project, CityScape Phoenix, a mixed-use urban project, which plans to inject some new energy to the area.
“I can’t overemphasize the profound impact this hotel will have on CityScape, our retailers and the downtown traffic generators like US Airways, Chase Field and the Convention Center,” says Jeff Moloznik, general manager of CityScape. “Palomar will ignite a 24-hour energy into CityScape and offer hotel guests a never-before-experienced proximity to the area’s sporting, cultural and music venues along with dining, nightlife, shopping and entertainment – all within steps of their hotel room door.”
Palomar Hotel, just steps from major sports arenas, entertainment venues and cultural attractions, will add 242 spacious and contemporary guest rooms and suites and more than 10,000 square feet of stylish, flexible meeting space which will include 10 meeting rooms plus pre-function space and a fabulous outdoor pool deck area.
The destination’s interior design scheme – from the public and event spaces to the guest rooms and suites – embodies a relaxed, modern sophistication reflecting Arizona’s Wild West attitude. The hotel’s desert-infused color palette features a nod to the energetic undercurrent of its CityScape and downtown Phoenix.
The Palomar Hotel Phoenix represents another notch on Kimpton Group’s growing belt of acquisitions, which shows no signs of slowing. The group has recently formed a partnership with LaSalle Hotel Properties, which just secured a term loan to be utilized for further expansion.