Life House ramps up expansion plan with new venture in Nantucket


Lifestyle hotel brand, Life House, is to open its first property in Nantucket.

The company, which has projects underway in Miami, Denver, Brooklyn and Chattanooga, has inked a new deal with Blue Flag Partners, an investor and developer based in Boston, to operate Century House as Life House, Nantucket.

The hotel is set to open in June.

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The deal marks the second partnership between the hotel group and Blue Flag partners, which acquired the historic building on Cliff Road in January.

Life House, Nantucket will be the brand’s first hotel to open in the Northeast, with additional forthcoming projects in the region to be announced soon.

Each of the rooms at the hotel will be designed by the Life House team, with local art, vintage artefacts and textures playing a part.

All rooms will feature Life House’s standard amenities, including Diptyque scents, Le Labo bath products, Marshall speakers, and Revival luxury linens.

The property will also include a 300 square foot Living Room and Kitchen and a 675 square foot Garden Lounge with daybeds.

A communal minibar in the kitchen will also offer a curated selection of healthy food and beverage options for guests.

“We’re excited to expand to Nantucket with Life House, Nantucket, and look forward to honoring the history of the island with our thoughtful approach to design,” said Rami Zeidan, Founder and CEO of Life House. “We believe that understanding the history of a building and respecting the locale during our creative design process is what allows us to provide hotel guests and the community with authentic, locally-rooted experiences at all Life House properties.”

“As seasoned developers in Nantucket, we’re excited for the opportunity to be stewards of beautiful historic assets such as the former Century House on Cliff Road” shared Jason Brown, a Partner at Blue Flag Partners. “This is our second acquisition in partnership with Life House and we look forward to continued growth together throughout Nantucket and other similar high barrier to entry markets.”

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