Scale of 90-100
Originally a brewery, this distinguished 146-room hotel is housed in a brick structure with a central tower and arched windows. The bold and dramatic lobby is highlighted by exposed-brick walls, saddle blanket-style area rugs, hardwood furniture and leather sofas. The brewery’s cast-iron tanks and machinery remain in place. Other public areas include a well-stocked library (for hotel guests only), a bar-lounge with banquette seating in the old fermentation tanks and a delightful bistro-style restaurant, Supper, offering a seasonal menu of New American cuisine. Terrace Rooms feature outdoor seating areas with gas fireplaces and well-lit tiled baths with walk-in showers (no tubs). Opt for one of the seven top-floor suites (four are two-story). Amenities include a gym, Larder for groceries and provisions, a rooftop swimming pool and complimentary cruiser bikes. All guests receive a gratis La Babia margarita upon check-in.
Read the full review from our editors.
Brilliant design; delicious cuisine; the vibrant urban setting.
Despite being one of the more expensive accommodations, our Terrace Room was rather small.
Good to Know
Larder, the hotel's gourmet market, is a delightful place in which to enjoy an unhurried snack.
Hotel Emma Features:
- Fitness center
- Room service
Average Mid-High Season Rates (including taxes):
Lowest Rate: Classic Brewhouse Room, $530; Editor’s Choice: Artesian Brewhouse King, $630 or River Suite, $1,480.
Welcome Margarita or Signature 3 Emma’s cocktail upon arrival; Wi-Fi; Access to pool and fitness center
Learn more about Hotel Emma:
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.