Kinley Chattanooga Partners With Common House To Offer Hotel Guests Coworking Space + More

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Following its spring 2021 opening, Kinley Chattanooga Southside is partnering with the city’s new social club Common House, offering a ‘co-work + play’ package which provides guests with a day pass to Common House’s coworking and event spaces, a pool, gym, restaurants and more.

Located at 1409 Market Street and 1517 Mitchell Avenue respectively, The Kinley and Common House are a few short blocks away from one another.

 

“We are thrilled to partner with Common House, a social club that will allow our guests to have a place to work, eat, relax and workout while enjoying an authentic Chattanooga experience,” said Lynn Mucciano, vice president of Sales & Marketing, Humanist Hospitality. “Travelers are in search of unique and adventurous experiences, but are also in need of a productive workspace, and this partnership allows for just that.” 

 

Derived from the word kinship, meaning social connection, and based around the brand’s mantra of “Sincerely Yours,” Kinley Chattanooga Southside focuses on the adventures and experiences built within the city of Chattanooga. Located in the entertainment district, The Kinley provides guests with the ability to explore and take advantage of the historic and artistic culture of the city.

 

Owned by Vision Hospitality Group and managed by Humanist Hospitality, The Kinley is a lifestyle hotel that embodies all things Chattanooga with a modern twist. Centrally located in the city’s arts and entertainment district, guest can easily explore some of Chattanooga’s premier attractions such as the Tennessee Aquarium and Rock City. The hotel features art curated by all local, female artists and incorporates designs inspired by local makers with earthy tones and colors throughout the lobby and guest rooms to represent the region’s natural landscapes. The Kinley caters to travelers of all types, with rooms ranging from king rooms to queen bunk rooms. The Exchange, located in the hotel’s lobby, offers guests a range of specialty coffee drinks and local artisan baked goods and transitions throughout the day to a cocktail bar. Not hidden to people who know where to look (hint: seek out the green light outside), Company offers innovative cocktails and food inspired by the spirit of the bygone age.

 

“We’ve worked hard to create unique spaces for people to come together over food, drink, and experiences,” said Derek Sieg, co-founder and chief creative officer of Common House. “Our mission is to create connection, and we’re excited to partner with Kinley and share the full Common House experience with those who are visiting the area. We hope Common House adds value to Kinley's guests during their time in Chattanooga and gives them a reason to return again soon.”

 

Originally built in 1929, Common House Chattanooga was formerly an iconic industrial YMCA. The building has stood vacant since 1984, but since then, the building has been restored to its original beauty, featuring original stucco façade with a mid-century modern-inspired interior, and reclaimed wooden details throughout. The building features a variety of unique offerings, including a restaurant and bar, fitness center, outdoor pool, terrace, and co-working and conference spaces. Common House’s mission is to create connections amongst members through unique programming, thoughtful design, and intentionally sourced food and beverage.


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