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Angad Arts Hotel

The Angad Arts Hotel is the first hotel in the world where guests are able to book their luxury accommodations not only by room type but also by emotion of color. Developed by New + Found and designed by Lawrence Group, the 146-room boutique hotel was previously known as the Missouri Theater Building and the last vacant historic building on Grand Boulevard in the Grand Center Arts District.

The 161,000-square-foot hotel has gained international recognition for its color-themed rooms and includes the 9,700-square-foot Grand Tavern Restaurant by award-winning Chef David Burke. A number of local artists’ work is featured throughout the hotel room and common areas. In keeping with a nontraditional personality, the hotel’s lobby is located on the 12th floor and the main entrance is at the back of the building.

An indoor-outdoor rooftop lounge called the Angad Rainbow Terrace provides event space and expansive view of the St. Louis city skyline and leads into the Chameleon Lounge. The lounge includes a distinct 360-degree video art experience via a floor-to-ceiling, rotating Chameleon Lamp as well as musical instruments that visitors are invited to access and play.