ARRIVE Austin

Austin, TX

1813 E 6th St, Austin 78702, TX
ARRIVE Austin is an 83-room hotel on the corner of East 6th and Chicon built to welcome people to the neighborhood. Upon arrival, guests check-in at the bar where their welcome drink and snack is on the house. Here, opposites attract as modern industrial finishes meet bright cosmic collages by Sarah Presson. Each room is outfitted with custom Wood Castle millwork, Apple TV, Marshall speakers, and Brooklinen’s bedding and Turkish towels. Marble-accented bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling subway tile and come stocked with Niven Morgan’s aromatic bath essentials. When hunger sets in, Vixen’s Wedding serves up Goan and Portuguese-inspired family style eats and Lefty’s Brick Bar crafts Banh Boys and frosty cocktails worth sticking around for. On the 2nd floor deck, Gin Bar pours 90+ gin varieties from Argentina to New Zealand while Cartel Coffee Lab keeps the third wave caffeine game strong downstairs.
1813 E 6th St, Austin 78702, TX
ARRIVE Austin, Hotels, Interior Design
ARRIVE Austin, Hotels, Interior Design
ARRIVE Austin, Hotels, Interior Design
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ARRIVE Austin is an 83-room hotel on the corner of East 6th and Chicon built to welcome people to the neighborhood. Upon arrival, guests check-in at the bar where their welcome drink and snack is on the house. Here, opposites attract as modern industrial finishes meet bright cosmic collages by Sarah Presson. Each room is outfitted with custom Wood Castle millwork, Apple TV, Marshall speakers, and Brooklinen’s bedding and Turkish towels. Marble-accented bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling subway tile and come stocked with Niven Morgan’s aromatic bath essentials. When hunger sets in, Vixen’s Wedding serves up Goan and Portuguese-inspired family style eats and Lefty’s Brick Bar crafts Banh Boys and frosty cocktails worth sticking around for. On the 2nd floor deck, Gin Bar pours 90+ gin varieties from Argentina to New Zealand while Cartel Coffee Lab keeps the third wave caffeine game strong downstairs.

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How does the design of your space (or an element of the design) impact the experiences people have there?

"I truly believe ARRIVE Austin is unlike anything else in the city. It celebrates its place, emphasizing the community by putting the retail and restaurant outlets first and foremost. There is no lobby, and instead there are interesting, uniquely branded and operated restaurants, a coffee bar, and retail. The building itself is much more than simply a place to rest your head, the architecture is meant to be art. Even if you don't happen to ever stay in our hotel we wanted to create something that visually was additive to the community. I believe it’s a real piece of art, unexpected, unique, and playful. Utilitarian sculpture." ARRIVE Hotels & Restaurants Co-Founder & Chief Development Officer, Chris Pardo"
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What is the interior design style of your space?

"Stylistically, we were trying to create a more residential feel that featured unique and fun handmade art and furniture. Austin is an amazing city with talented craftsmen, artists, and musicians. The city also has a beautiful and whimsical feel, so we embraced taking a more colorful and eclectic approach to the design." ARRIVE Hotels & Restaurants Co-Founder & Chief Development Officer, Chris Pardo"