Why it’s worth traveling for… You can find The Revolution Hotel nestled between classic brick buildings in Boston’s South End neighborhood. The hip property is the perfect complement to a neighborhood rich with history and culture overflowing with some of the best restaurants and shopping Beantown has to offer. The Revolution Hotel seamlessly blends together innovation and classic New England charm with perfectly compact rooms, a diverse art collection and a special creative space for combining work and play effortlessly designed for the new era of travelers.
Why you will never want to leave…
- Get a taste of art and American history before walking out their door. Head to the hotel’s lobby where you’ll find murals inspired by Boston’s historic revolutionaries by world-renowned street artist Tristan Eaton
- This Boston Hotel has revolutionized “Baths Down the Hall,” a fresh take on getting clean. Private restrooms are conveniently located down the hall from your room to maximize sleeping space while still maintaining the privacy of your own in-suite bathroom
- Begin your day at the lobby’s Boston Tea Party inspired coffee shop offering caffeinated beverages and ice cream treats to satisfy your sweet tooth
- Let your creative juices flow alongside fellow travelers and Bostonians alike at Conspire, the hotel’s private co-working space complete with a game lounge, an imaginative boardroom, and a custom bar top created from an elm tree from the 19th century engraved with important dates in Boston’s history
But if you do… Bask in the warmth of a crisp afternoon at the Boston Public Gardens or take a stroll down the Charles River Promenade. Then take yourself out to the ballgame and get the full Bostonian experience with a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. If you prefer shopping over sports, take a stroll down the cobblestone roads of Newbury Street where you’ll find sidewalks lined with local and designer stores. Whatever you do, be sure to end your time in Boston with a hyper-local lager from one of the city’s many breweries (personally we love a Cisco “Grey Lady”)!