Angad Arts Hotel is Grand Center Arts District’s newest – and most artistic – place to lay your head, very much bringing its tagline, “Stay Colorful,” to life. Proclaimed as “the first hotel in the world where guests are able to book their luxury accommodations not only by room type but also by emotion of color,” AAH is slated to open later this fall.

Guests can choose from 146 rooms, 38 suites and 25 extended stay rooms with kitchenettes, in addition to a bar/lounge, rooftop terrace, Grand Ballroom, and a 12th-floor sky lobby called the Chameleon Lounge that will feature mixologists and a 360-degree video art experience.

AAH will also house a new dining destination: Grand Tavern. The first St. Louis-based concept for Chef David Burke will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch in a comfortable and casual setting. The menu mirrors the whimsical nature of the hotel, featuring small plates and crafted cocktails in the bar lounge area, and Burke’s signature, playful take on classic American cuisine in the main dining room.