BTS: Remington’s Penthouses
Before the Remington was “The Remington,” did you know it served as an apothecary? The over 100-year-old building housed a pharmacy after it’s construction near the turn of the 20th century. Brothers John W. Morris and Thomas Henry Morris opened Morris & Co. and until 1985 would operate as a pharmaceutical company.
The Remington Suite Hotel & Spa opened just a few years later in 1990 and can now add penthouse to its name. The boutique hotel will unveil its newest event space on the 4th floor — the H-Club, consisting of four, luxury penthouses — during Spirits & Spirits on Sat., Oct. 27. But you’ll need a ticket to see the spaces. The penthouses will be available only to guests of the party and will be offered at a discounted rate. Guests attending the Halloween party are encouraged to dress as a ghost from a different time period. Entertainment for the evening includes Jimmy Wooten of Lions May Cry. Food will be served from Chef Ben Fidelak with Maison Louisiane Catering.
Before you get your tickets and see the space in person, here’s a little behind the scenes of Remington’s newest addition:
As soon as you hit the landing, you walk through a hallway into the H-Club featuring a billiards and gaming room, farm table dining for 20, a full size kitchen and comfortable seating with a big screen TV.
The common area is 1,500 square feet and is shared by four penthouses. Guests can book the entire floor for private events. The entire space has a rustic, yet modern flare. Exposed brick, wood and clean lines run throughout. Each room has their own living space and private bedroom/bathroom.
Each penthouse comes with a full size bath with tub, shower and dual vanties. The living spaces feature a kitchenette for private entertaining.
For more information on how to reserve this space, visit remingtonsuite.com.