More than a century after its original construction, The Schofield Building, now The Kimpton Schofield Hotel, can show off its terracotta brick facade as Cleveland's first and only boutique hotel.
The Victorian-era landmark is named after its architect, Levi Scofield, who also designed the revered Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument in Public Square. Removing the steel exterior added in 1969 and holding on to the authentic marble and iron staircase, the site in Cleveland's new Nine-Twelve District once again radiates the pride of the city.
The office-building turned eclectic-hotel opened in April of 2016 after a five-year, $50 million restoration. Offering 122 hotel rooms, six suites, and 52 luxury apartments, the deluxe space boasts complimentary wine gatherings, in-room spa services, ample event space, and restaurant Parker's Downtown.