The Summit, A Dolce Hotel by Wyndham, combines art and inspiration in bustling Madisonville development.
CINCINNATI – Wyndham Hotel Group expanded its trailblazing Dolce Hotels and Resorts by Wyndham brand with the opening of The Summit, A Dolce Hotel by Wyndham, in Cincinnati's vibrant Madisonville neighborhood.
Dolce Hotels and Resorts by Wyndham is a leader in the meetings and events segment, a reputation well earned by delivering incredible service in purposefully designed spaces. The Summit, A Dolce Hotel by Wyndham, blends artful architecture and thoughtful amenities to provide Dolce's signature guest experience. The 239-room hotel resides on the former site of the NuTone door chime factory and later Medpace's iconic rainbow parking garage – a quirky, local landmark preserved in elements of the hotel.
"Dolce hotels inspire guests through design transforming every element of the hotel experience into an extraordinary moment," said Richard Maxfield, vice president, operations, Dolce Hotels and Resorts by Wyndham. "The Summit is a nod to local Cincinnati culture and cuisine with the inspired Dolce twist, amplified by creative spaces and collaborative moments the brand is known for."
Cincinnati – just an hour's flight or a day's drive for more than 60 percent of the U.S. population – is home to dozens of craft breweries, renowned restaurants, sporting venues, parks and boutiques, many of them served by the hotel's complimentary guest shuttle. Guests will have easy access to downtown, the Duke Energy Convention Center, and Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).
Inspiration in the Details
Designed by hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, The Summit, A Dolce Hotel by Wyndham, is an artful experience with a strong emphasis on group conferences and collaborative spaces. Guests have access to sophisticated amenities including a state-of-the-art fitness center and yoga studio, an ultramodern social library, and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
The hotel's design weaves the building's industrial history with modern, art-centric features. The lobby's 20-foot ceilings showcase the building's original, exposed sandblasted columns. Guests can enjoy modern, flexible seating surrounded by art, including a metal screen reception desk with display case for industrial factory parts and a massive modern abstract mural along the wall. In a nod to the former rainbow parking garage, the hotel's atrium is wrapped in a band of rainbow panels.
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