Langham Hospitality Group has reopened its Boston property, following two of renovation works.
Located on Franklin Street within the former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the hotel has seen its rooms and suites redesigned, as well the addition of a new ballroom, Italian restaurant and destination bar.
The property’s lobby has also been revamped and now features “a cosy fireplace, ample seating, and high-design concierge area and check-in desk”, while rooms and suites now have new marble-clad bathrooms and New England-inspired décor.
The Fed bar has an outdoor terrace and offers “a British cocktail pub menu with a New England twist”, while Grana restaurant is set in the former grand hall of the bank, and offers “approachable and shareable Italian dishes for breakfast, lunch and weekend brunch” created by executive chef Stephen Bukoff.
The new Lincoln Ballroom accommodates up to 175 guests and features a pre-function space overlooking Norman B Leventhal Park, while meeting spaces including The Governor’s Room have also been refurbished.
Customers will have to wait until autumn for the opening of the hotel’s swimming pool, hit tub and fitness centre, as well as The Langham Club, a private space for Club guests.
Guests can also take in daily tours of the property, including an overview of the hotel’s new art collection and the building’s heritage as the former Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in 1922.
Business Traveller’s editorial director Tom Otley last reviewed the hotel way back in 2006.
Commenting on the reopening Stefan Leser, chief executive officer, Langham Hospitality Group, said:
“We are very proud to be re-introducing The Langham, Boston in all its new glory to the world. With its historic location, original Wyeth murals, the new collection of specially curated artworks, as well as the addition of The Langham Club, this hotel will be the epitome of a new American classic and a wonderful addition to The Langham collection of exceptional hotels around the globe.”