Bottleworks Hotel nearly complete, to open in December

Hendricks Commercial Properties is incorporating the original art deco tile into a hotel bar. (IBJ photo/Eric Learned)

The Bottleworks Hotel is expected to open in December, after two years of construction.

The hotel, which occupies the former Coca-Cola bottling administration building at 850 Massachusetts Ave., includes 139 rooms and 12,000 square feet of meeting space. It will also feature a restaurant, a lounge area, and a courtyard.

The hotel’s website is already open for reservations from Jan. 16 onward, starting at $249 per night for a standard room. It also has rooms at $269, $289 and $369, along with a suite for $699 and a $2,000 penthouse.

A spokesperson confirmed the opening plans to IBJ on Wednesday, indicating construction on the hotel is nearly complete. Some rooms have already been finished and are being showcased on social media.

Work on the hotel has continued throughout the coronavirus pandemic, despite delays to other projects around the city. The hotel had originally been slated to debut in October.

The hotel is one of several components in the first phase of the $300 million mixed-use Bottleworks campus expected to open in the coming months, with The Garage food hall—featuring more than 15 vendors—slated to open in January. Several other retail users are also building out their spaces.

Tech firm High Alpha moved into its offices at Bottleworks in July. Pins Mechanical is expected to open in the spring. A firm opening date for Living Room Theaters has not been finalized.

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