We're located on Historic C-Street, home to artisan shops, Askinosie, a farmer’s market, yoga studios, wedding venues + more. Downstairs from our hotel is our very own coffee shop!
Our loft-like suites feature furniture made from reclaimed materials from our building, a converted mattress factory. Each suite is inspired by a city in Eurasia. The rooms boast high ceilings, skylights, a 39in tv, a refrigerator, microwave and a V60, Electric Kettle, + complimentary coffee from Eurasia Coffee & Tea.
Enjoy views of Jefferson Bridge and the railroad, loft-like ceilings, a separate living area + complimentary coffee (+ pour over equipment) from Eurasia Coffee & Tea.
As a guest of Culture Boutique Hotel, you'll be able to enjoy our coffee shop downstairs, serving coffee drinks + sandwiches, soups & salads. There's also a gallery space (Fireside Gallery) that you're welcome to relax in.
Interaction with guests
If you need anything during your stay, please ask a manager on duty in the cafe downstairs. If it's after hours, please contact us directly.
Other things to note
Languages spoken: Japanese, German, Spanish & Russian.
You will be given two keys at check in: one will open the doors in the Culture Boutique Hotel entrance, and the other will open to your room. If you enter the hotel after hours (past 9:30pm) please make sure you lock the door behind you as you enter. Loss or failure to return keys will result in a $25 replacement fee.
Guests per room:
Our rooms can accommodate no more than two people.
Right of refusal and service:
We reserve the right to deny entrance and / or service to any guest who is disrespectful or disruptive, and such actions will likely lead to a wholesale eviction from the property. If you are asked to leave or are forcibly evicted, you forego your rights to all or any refunds.
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Justin and Karen both grew up overseas - Vienna, Austria and Tokyo, Japan respectively - their parents both missionaries.
Justin started the coffee company, Eurasia Coffee & Tea four years ago. It's a give-back company that sells coffee to businesses and churches nationwide. (10% of all sales go towards humanitarian efforts across the world, but specifically in Eurasia!) When looking for a place to house their offices + a flagship cafe, he found the building our hotel is located in. Justin, who formerly restored historical houses in Lancaster, PA, renovated the building (it was in poor condition!) and decided to turn the extra loft-like rooms into a boutique hotel.
Karen lived and worked in New York City as a photographer for 7 years; she moved to Springfield in 2014 after meeting Justin and falling in love. She's the Creative Director for Eurasia Coffee & Tea and still photographs weddings all over the world.