Mitch Patel, CEO of Vision Hospitality, said valet parking will be part of the guest experience at Rembrandt's.
Chattanoogan had reported earlier that Patel
also plans a mini park along Walnut Street from the bridge to a new roundabout in front of the hotel.
Valets would be stationed at the roundabout.
Construction of the five-story property on Walnut Street is expected to be completed in 2016.
Designed by The Gettys Group
, the upscale hotel will include a restaurant with patio dining and views of the Tennessee River.
But the hotel will offer guests more than a night's sleep.
intends to position the property as a destination.
Rembrandt's will feature commissioned works from the Hunter Museum of American Art
is inspired by The Kessler Collection's
art showcased in its Grand Bohemian Gallery
in each of its five boutique hotels.
"There are very few hotel owners in that arena," he
"By providing an experience that focuses on all of the senses and provides the highest standards of service, we believe our hotel can become a destination that will be an asset to the entire community."
Quoted in The Chattanoogan, Patel
said, "When guests ask about some of the art we'll have on display, we want to be able to direct them to where they can purchase similar pieces.
And, we can't think of a better way to end a day in Chattanooga than finding a piece of chocolate from Rembrandt's on a pillow at turn down.
There are so many local partnerships that will be integral to the success of this hotel.
We're very excited about what the future holds."
told Asian Hospitality that the project came about as part of Vision Hospitality's desire to do something special for its hometown.
"Chattanooga has been very supportive of us," he