Check-Out The Angad Arts Hotel, Opening This November in St. Louis

Now that summer is coming to a close, many people are starting to organize their fall travel getaways. The midwest is a great destination for those who want to get out of the busy city and enjoy the rich history of St. Louis. Opening in St. Louis’ Grand Center Arts District this November, the Angad Arts Hotel is a wholly new hospitality experience that embraces the visual arts, performance, fashion, literature, and gastronomy.

Celebrating the creativity around it, artistic expression will infuse every inch of the property — starting with guest rooms. The Angad Arts Hotel will be the first hotel in the world where guests can select rooms by the emotions of color — green for rejuvenation, yellow for happiness, red for passion, blue for tranquility.

Even room configurations get creative — dubbed S, M, L, XL, and XXL, they allow guests to customize rooms by size and color. The hotel boasts 146 artfully designed guest rooms, including 38 suites and 25 extended-stay rooms with kitchenettes. Room colors, and the feelings they inspire, won’t just stay on the walls; whimsical details like rubber ducks in bathtubs will carry the same tones through the room, as will sleek furniture and plush accessories.

Even the hotel’s name embodies the spirit of creativity. Angad Paul was the scion of the distinguished family behind Caparo, founded by his father Lord Swarj Paul, and the visionary who saw the company’s future in the city of St. Louis. Restlessly creative, he propelled much of the hotel’s vision of an artistic hub before passing away in late 2015. The hotel is named in his honor, and his boundless imagination and curiosity infuse the Angad Arts Hotel.