Hotel Elkhart has three new eating, drinking options after renovations

Robert Roffulo

Table of Contents J2 Marketing moves; The Garage Arcade Bar expandsRaise your hand When walking into Hotel Elkhart, Kimberly Christner wants guests to feel comfortable.  The circa 1923 brick building at 500 S. Main St. in downtown Elkhart recently opened in September after a two-year, $19 million renovation where modern touches and old-school glam […]

When walking into Hotel Elkhart, Kimberly Christner wants guests to feel comfortable. 

The circa 1923 brick building at 500 S. Main St. in downtown Elkhart recently opened in September after a two-year, $19 million renovation where modern touches and old-school glam are combined. 

But Christner, the president and CEO of Cornerstone Hospitality who oversees operations, said the upscale comfort goes beyond the 93 hotel rooms. 

“(We) try to make both restaurants have some entrees that feel higher end but approachable,” Christner said. “I think that’s what we’re trying to do with this entire complex, for you to feel like you’re in a special place but it’s approachable.”

The hotel side:Nearly 100 years after it was built, Hotel Elkhart comes back to life in downtown

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