The theater district in Boston, Massachusetts is an interesting neighborhood. Nestled between Boston’s hip South End, Chinatown, and the world-famous Boston Common, it’s an eclectic area filled with theaters, restaurants, and various hotels. Several years ago, the Radisson Hotel on Stuart Street transformed from a chain hotel to an independent boutique hotel. Although I’ve spent lots of time in the Theater District, my first visit to the Revere Hotel was this past weekend for the Women in Travel Summit. I don’t live too far from Boston, but decided to spend an overnight at the Revere for the conference. I loved my brief stay and definitely plan to return.
Review of the Revere Hotel in Boston
I arrived on a rainy Friday afternoon, and decided to utilize the valet service for my car. Self-parking is also available. The friendly valet directed me to the modern lobby, located down a few steps. A beautiful, clean scent is pumped into the lobby, and it’s a nice touch.
I headed up the elevator to my room, which was located on the 10th floor. My room included two queen-sized beds, along with a nice-sized workspace. Two free bottles of water, a complimentary shoe shine, and free WiFi are offered with each room. In addition, each hotel room has a hair dryer and coffee maker. A pillow menu is provided in each room. Guests with a pillow preference can call guest services to have a special pillow delivered. I used the standard pillows and found all of the bed linens to be very comfortable. In addition, each of the 365 rooms offers a balcony overlooking the city. My view was fantastic – even on this cloudy evening.
The bathrooms at the Revere Hotel, although small, offer everything you need. Environmentally-friendly refillable toiletries from are offered – both in the shower and above the sink.
The Revere Hotel Boston offers two dining spots – the hip Emerald Lounge, and Rustic Kitchen. I had the chance to visit the Emerald Lounge on Friday night – it’s stylish and modern, but was fairly quiet for a Friday night. Room service is also offered.
Our conference was held in the event space on the 6th floor, and like the rest of the hotel, it’s a bright, modern space. It’s got an industrial feel, and is so convenient if you are staying at the hotel.
Visiting the Revere as a tourist? The hotel also offers an indoor heated pool, a business center, and provides discounts to the nearby Exhale Spa. The Revere Hotel is also pet friendly, with no weight/size restrictions and no extra fees for pets.
To learn more about the Revere Hotel Boston, visit their website.
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