This Kimpton property is in line with the brand’s tradition of utilizing quirky spaces—the building was a former Coca-Cola bottling plant. This hotel is one of the city’s newest (it opened in 2014), though the building dates back to the 1860s. The interiors here are playful, from the snaking bookshelves and oversize couches of the lobby to the trompe l’oeil butterfly wallpaper in the hallways. The rooms have a striking gray-and-white color scheme with fuchsia-lined wardrobes as well as velvet drapery. There’s a nightly social hour with free wine, a lovely prelude to dinner in the restaurant, Pacci Italian Kitchen.