Scope These Fresh New Renderings For Solis Two Porsche Drive

The hotel is set to open adjacent the Porsche Experience Center late 2017

UPDATE (January 22, 2019): Solis Hotel Adjacent Porsche Has Been Reflagged as Kimpton Overland Hotel

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International hotel company Capella Hotel Group Thursday unveiled fresh renderings of its Solis Two Porsche Drive property, slated to debut at the Porsche Experience Center campus late 2017.

The hotel will serve as Solis Hotels and Resorts’ first concept to be introduced in the United States, joining the brand’s existing locations in China and Ireland.

“Choosing Atlanta as the first U.S. destination for Solis Hotels and Resorts is of great significance for the brand,” Horst H. Schulze, chairman emeritus of Capella Hotel Group, said in the announcement.

“We believe that the city is one of the most highly coveted destinations for the well-traveled Solis guests and cannot wait to contribute to the continued success of the area as an attraction for visitors both stateside and abroad.”

The hotel, designed by architecture firm HOK Atlanta and interior design group Peter Silling & Associates, will boast 214 guest rooms, including 18 executive suites, nine track view suites and one presidential suite.

As a core aspect of the Porsche campus, guests of Solis Two Porsche Drive will be privy to a number of amenities in conjunction with the complex’s luxury services, including subtle, sports car-inspired interior design touches, hotel-coordinated site tours and exclusive driving experiences.

“Solis Two Porsche Drive’s premier location on the Porsche Experience Center campus will allow the hotel to provide a number of unmatched guest experiences specific to the Atlanta market,” Schulze said.

“The Solis Promise ensures guests will find local color, cosmopolitan comfort and inspiring cuisine in each of our hotels, something we cannot wait to provide our future Atlanta guests in tandem with the Porsche team.”

In addition to amenities and partnership with the Porsche Experience Center, the hotel will feature a “dynamic restaurant focused on fresh, seasonally-driven cuisine and a rooftop lounge serving hand-crafted cocktails.”

Also within the hotel, 6,500 square feet of multi-use event space will be highlighted by a 3,600-square-foot ballroom.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak