Aloft Hotels are different by design, but these properties are even more special. Located in converted and historic buildings, visit these bold hotels and experience it for yourself.
Named in honor of David Whitney Jr., the man responsible for much of Detroit's early development, the David Whitney building is commonly considered one of the most important structures in Detroit. It's one of only three surviving buildings by renowned architectural firm, Daniel H. Burnham & Co., and features exquisite design of Neo-Renaissance style, four story gold-leafed atrium and glazed brick facade. After a two year renovation, the building was restored to its former glory and taken up a notch with Aloft's signature style. Enjoy the history of the building, plus easy access to Comerica Park, Ford Field, a variety of theaters and all that downtown has to offer.
This successful City Hall conversion brings the history of the city back to life. The Aloft brand encompasses the feel of the building - modern, upscale, distinctive. While the design of Aloft Tulsa Downtown amps up the vibe, the historic feel is still maintained due to the building's historic preservation status. Take in the past of Tulsa's City Hall with original floors, ceilings, marble walls and exterior.
Located in the former Santa Fe railroad train depot building, this hotel restores its 1924 form. Step into original exposed beams and brickwork, concrete columns, large windows and more modern elements. Explore downtown Dallas attractions like American Airlines Center and Art District, then head back and hit snooze in a loft-inspired guest room. Or take in the sights with a specialty sip at the Splash pool.
Originally home to the Orlando Utilities Commission starting in 1968, Aloft turned the building where many once went to pay their electric bills into a chic, vibrant hotel. Much of the previous Administration Building and Customer Service Center remains intact, such as the marble walls, terrazzo floors and teak paneling, helping it to attain Gold LEED designation.
Aloft's newest conversion is set to complete construction and open its doors Summer 2017. Located in the 1925 Liberty Title Building, Aloft Philadelphia Downtown is not only a historic site itself, but offers easy access to Philadelphia City Hall square and other classic attractions. Plus, stay & play right in the action with direct entry to the Pennsylvania Convention Center.