The Axis Hotel Moline, Tapestry Collection by Hilton opened in the historic Fifth Avenue building in downtown Moline.
The hotel and historic art deco landmark was named for the location’s prominence on Fifth Avenue and 17th Street.
When the Fifth Avenue building was originally constructed in 1929, the location was known as the main axis of Moline, connecting business, leisure and transportation.
The 104-room hotel is a blend of historic grandeur with modern comfort. Each unique guest room provides natural light and views of the Mississippi River.
Located within the hotel, the Fifth Avenue Syndicate Bistro & Bar is a French-inspired bistro that honors the cocktail culture of the 1920s. The restaurant features classic, nostalgic cocktails and inventive cuisine.
The bistro is named after a group of businessmen known as “The Syndicate,” who funded and planned the original Fifth Avenue building project. The Fifth Avenue Syndicate is the focal point of the hotel lobby and offers a Roaring Twenties experience for guests and local patrons.
The bistro features American cuisine with an inventive twist for lunch, happy hour, dinner and brunch on the weekends.
The hotel also features a historic 1920s-era ballroom. The 2,200-square-foot space can accommodate up to 240 guests.
The property is listed in the National Register of Historic places and the ornate details from the original construction of the Fifth Avenue building have been preserved.
The building features terrazzo floors, marble and granite walls, elevator lobbies with coffered ceilings, lobby skylight and floor-to-ceiling windows showcase river views.
Information is based off a press release from The Axis Hotel Moline, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.