Charmant (French for “charming”) was the name of the line of chocolates once produced during the candy factory’s 35 years in operation in the early 1900s. This candy factory-turned-boutique hotel celebrates its sweet past through guest rooms decorated with custom-designed vintage candy tins designed by our in-house graphics team, as well as framed archival advertisements from the factory’s past to create a bedroom gallery wall as unique as the hotel itself. As a further nod to the building’s history, our hospitality art advisors commissioned unique wall coverings for the guest rooms made from metal salvaged from the candy factory before its renovation into the Charmant Hotel. If the rumors of the lingering sweet aroma of chocolate in the building are to be believed, we are happy the hotel art adds to the delicious multisensory experience.
– John Barry, Principal, Kevin Barry Art Advisory
Come see some featured art for yourself at one of our three galleries.