Hip soundtracks, ecelctic furnishings and deluxe touches incorporate for unforgettable experiences at Bunkhouse homes these as Lodge Saint Cecilia and Hotel San Jose in Austin, Hotel Havana in San Antonio and El Cosmico hotel in Marfa.

Up coming, the Austin-primarily based hospitality group will bring its style and design/songs/group pushed system to Houston at Resort Saint Augustine, which is envisioned to break floor in early 2022 and open in fall 2023.

“As with all Bunkhouse inns, Hotel Saint Augustine will be deeply rooted with a feeling of place,” said Amar Lalvani, CEO of Standard Lodges and Bunkhouse Group. “Houston is a lively, culturally loaded metropolis. We’re honored to be adjacent to the internationally renowned Menil Collection, an artwork museum that we adore.”

The lodge will be positioned on the 4100 block of Loretto Generate, adjacent to the Menil Collection in Montrose, and will consist of 71 rooms on two floors, furthermore an event space, cafe and bar. It will incorporate six structures across two acres.

The site is at Loretto and Colquitt, where there are now 10 little rentals and a parking large amount.

Lake / Flato architects will structure the framework, Submit Enterprise will tackle interiors, and the grounds will be intended by 10 Eyck Landscape Architects. The Marchbanks Firm is the project’s developer.

When Lodge Saint Augustine will be a new design, other Bunkhouse projects have revived existing structures, these as the 1956 motor courtroom lodge in San Francisco that is now the Phoenix Resort. In Marfa, its El Cosmico assets features trailers, teepees and yurts for overnight visitors.

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