Built from the ground up rather than by some reverse anti-gravity construction method, the Kimber Modern is a totally custom, meticulously designed marvel of modernism close enough to walk to South Congress locales like the Continental Club, but far enough off the main street that Dale Watson won't keep you up all night.
Lay your head on the White Suite's custom king maple bed fitted with 500 thread-count Egyptian cotton. Not shown: a private deck enveloped in the canopy of a 100yr old Live Oak.
Rooms are outfitted with furnishings by titans of modernism like Charles Eames and Jonas Minibar.
The common area's most striking features are the four Arne Jacobson egg chairs, which would definitely worth be worth poaching.
The bathrooms pop thanks to freestanding tubs.
Also not to be ignored: the hotel abides by the concept of invisible service, taking at least some the shame out of consuming Pinot Grigio.