Rehabbed Motor Hotel to Bring Live Entertainment to DTPHX

Egyptian Motor Hotel will feature a 250 seat outdoor entertainment venue, restaurant, bar, and retro-modern rooms when it opens later this year.
Rehabbed Motor Hotel to Bring Live Entertainment to DTPHX
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Originally slated to open in September of this year (according to a social media post by Rebel Hospitality, the group behind the rehab project), Egyptian Motor Hotel is now expected to open by December 2021. The hotel/motel is perhaps better called a reopening as Rebel Hospitality has “resurrected” the property.

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“Downtown Phoenix’s latest Econo-cool play station and overnight hub features 48 retro modern rooms, a restaurant to delight locals with deliciously unfussy, but crave-worthy eats and a 250 seat outdoor entertainment venue featuring hot local bands, comics, DJ’s, you name it!” shares the hotel’s website. Oh, it’ll have a splash pool, too.

While the restaurant associated with the hotel has not been unveiled, you can expect an indoor/outdoor dining experience that will be open morning, noon, and night. Simple, delicious food is the concept and draft beer and craft cocktails will certainly be on the menu.

Rebel Hospitality is actually based in Chicago. Co-founders Gene Nornota and Anthony Klok started the group in 1988 as Neighborhood Development Corporation. Today, the group focuses on independent boutique lifestyle and branded hotels, so Egyptian Motor Hotel is sure to champion a unique experience for downtown Phoenix goers.

Find the hotel online to learn more and keep an eye on the opening timeline as it’s something you won’t want to miss. We hear they have giant Jenga.

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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