A boutique hotel component has been in the cards for Trilith for more than seven years, since back when the 235-acre, new-urbanism venture was called Pinewood Forrest and its leafy lanes were little more than Fayette County agriculture fields.

That long-discussed Trilith lodge has officially arrived, as of today.

Located at 350 Trilith Parkway, near Town at Trilith’s main entrance and scenic lake, Trilith Guesthouse has delivered 193 rooms, with many described by project leaders as being “apartment-style” and designed in a way that sparks creativity and collaboration—all handy with North America’s second largest movie studio across the street.

The five-story hotel, a member of Marriott International’s Tribute Portfolio, features two food-and-beverage concepts as well: Southern-influenced Prologue Dining & Drinks at street level, and an upscale rooftop spot called Oliver’s Twist Bar & View, featuring elevated pub fare, views of the commercial district, and nods to London.

The lodge's lighting scheme and rooftop bar at night. Courtesy of Trilith Guesthouse

Proximity to Town at Trilith's pond, a green feature looped by a walking trail near the studio complex. Courtesy of Trilith Guesthouse

Other components of the property include 17,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, a culinary studio, and outdoor pool.

All rooms feature workspaces and an “artisan pantry,” while 36 are considered apartment-grade, with bespoke furnishings and other custom elements, ranging from studios to one-bedrooms units, according to Trilith reps.  

Trilith Guesthouse room rates for this coming weekend, for example, start at $187 per night for a king bed and garden view.

Interior glimpse at Oliver’s Twist Bar & View, the hotel's rooftop bar. Courtesy of Trilith Guesthouse

Swing up to the gallery for a closer look at how Trilith Guesthouse turned out.


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