Origin Raleigh has opened their doors in downtown Raleigh, steps away from Trophy Brewing Company, Morgan Street Food Hall and other acclaimed Raleigh hangouts. Designed with an active and locally-inspired lifestyle in mind, the boutique hotel is just the Origin brand's third to open in the U.S. 



Downtown Raleigh's newest unique hotel offering, Origin Raleigh is an incredibly-stylish and modern full-service property that not only provides top-notch amenities and a must-try restaurant, but also goes the extra mile to connect you to the City of Oaks' vibrancy. With a prime location in downtown's Warehouse District and Glenwood South, countless amazing experiences await you as soon as you step outside the hotel doors.

The property joins The Longleaf Hotel and Guest House Raleigh as recently-opened independent and boutique hotels in downtown Raleigh.

Central to the Origin’s mission is the desire to connect guests to the essential spirit of the city. One of the many things that makes the Origin unique is their savvy “Do List”—a handcrafted, battle-tested and inspired guide of things to do, places to eat and stuff to see that you'll receive upon check-in. Through partnerships with local brewers, distillers, coffee roasters and farmers, Origin works hard to give guests a true taste of the area. 
 

Fast facts

  • Origin Raleigh is a 126-room, seven-story boutique hotel with locally-inspired décor.
  • The accommodations are pet friendly. Prior to your stay, a dog bed with two bowls are set up in your room, and you’ll be treated to a local pup guide and special doggo gifts.
  • The hotel includes a retail space with locally-curated products and a lobby/restaurant bar with cocktails, regional craft beers and premium spirits.
  • There are six room options with unique amenities that include in-room yoga kits and kids camping (sleeping bags and a starry night light) upon request.
     

The rooms

When you plan your visit, choose from a number of room options—Queen, King, King Corner (with more room to spread out and relax) and the largest room, a Double Queen. There is also a range of accessible rooms for visitors with disabilities. Each room is chic, beautifully-appointed and features luxury linens, hard-surface hypoallergenic flooring, a large shower bathroom, upscale personal amenities, an in-room coffee maker, a programmable safe and a large LED television with Bluetooth connectivity. Every room is enhanced with high-speed wired and wireless Internet, offering you the technology needed for a perfect and productive stay.

Origin Raleigh Hotel


The restaurant

Plan dinner at Origin’s on-site restaurant, Good Day Good Night, to cap off an amazing day of fun and adventure in and around the hotel. The restaurant, led by 30-year veteran and Johnson & Wales grad Stephen Alsop, features a plant-forward and thoughtfully-sourced menu which allows incredible flavors to shine through. Check out their DIRT LIST, featuring the freshest ingredients to come through their doors that day. Want to add some meat to your meal? No problem—they’ve got you covered with locally-sourced proteins perfectly prepared to your liking. The scratch bar is fully stocked with regional craft beers, natural wines and premium spirits. They’ll mix up your favorite classic cocktail, or you can try one of their playful signature drinks.

Note: Restaurant hours and dine-in service are subject to change due to COVID-19. The restaurant currently has you covered all day long with Grab-N-Go service for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and the bar and dining room are currently open daily, 2-8pm.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Meetings and events

If you’re looking for a cool, inspiring spot to host a meeting or event, the Origin has just what you need. Their dedicated team will work with you to design a meeting package the distinctly reflects the purpose and goals of your event. The accommodations include:

  • An 800-square-foot meeting space
  • Classroom style seating for 36 people
  • Space equipped with 65-inch HD TV and state-of-the-art AV capabilities
     

Close to it all

From the front door of Origin, the best of Raleigh is mere minutes away. Stroll south into the Warehouse District and check out the architecture at the new Raleigh Union Station or pop into Father and Son Antiques to score one-of-a-kind vintage finds. Make your way over to CAM Raleigh for fascinating works of contemporary art. You’ll also find popular food and drink hangouts like Crank Arm Brewing, Heirloom Brewshop and Morgan Street Food Hall within easy walking distance. If you’re hankering for some retail therapy, you’ll find exquisite chocolate at Videri Chocolate Factory or the coolest threads from the acclaimed Raleigh Denim Workshop.

If you head north out of the hotel, you’ll find yourself in Glenwood South, with an exciting array of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Grab some grub at The Rockford or The Cortez, sip craft cocktails and enjoy jazz at C. Grace or enjoy a brew or two at the Raleigh Beer Garden (which boasts one of the world’s largest selection of beers). 

Morgan Street Food Hall


Origin Raleigh is located at 603 W. Morgan St. in downtown Raleigh. The restaurant, Good Day Good Night, is located inside the hotel. Accommodations can be booked now online

​Morgan Street Food Hall photo by Brian Strickland

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