A fresh mix of style and ease, the Haworth Hotel is the go-to choice for visitors planning a trip to Holland, Michigan.
Tucked away in the historic downtown district, the Haworth Hotel caters to both the business and leisure minded with features such as conference and meeting facilities, a 24-hour gym, and lush garden for guests to explore and unwind after a busy day. As part of Hope College, one of the nations top private universities, the Haworth is far from the look of your typical alma mater, instead, utilizing distinct modern flair to elevate its gorgeous interior.
Without question the most impressive space in the hotel is its lobby. Recently renovated by Patricia Urquiola, an award-winning Spanish architect and designer, guests are treated to soothing powder blue walls and cozy poufs where one can sit back and enjoy their colorful surroundings or engage in the striking artworks lining the area. Known for her warm yet playful approach, Urquiola’s voice shines through the combination of rough and soft furnishings which includes terrazzo and faux marble tables and inviting modular sofas.
Another addition from the designer is the spiral staircase leading to a stunning mosaic piece, a sophisticated touch sure to catch your eye.
A stone’s throw away from local hotspots, the hotel offers easy access to nearby attractions. Whether you’re intent on exploring the natural wonders of Lake Macatawa, witnessing the jaw-dropping Tulip Time Festival held annually in May, or even scheduling a beer soaked tour of the New Holland Brewing company, the Haworth’s central location is ideal for travelers wishing to experience the city from top to bottom.
Once the day’s adventure is done, a recharge back at the hotel is surely needed. With 50 guest bedrooms, each bright and evocative of a home, the Hayworth offers a range of affordable price points so there’s a little something for everyone.
Regardless of how long you plan to stay, you’re guaranteed to leave with a lifetime of memories.