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Hotel 10

At a Glance

    Pros

  • classic art deco building
  • free personal trainer

    Cons

  • drivers must choose between iffy street parking or $28 valet
  • weekend party atmosphere can be alienating for some
  • not skewed to appeal to kids

Hotel 10 Review

After a major renovation of its rooms, the former Hôtel Opus has been reclaiming its place in a center of cool, right across the street from such hot spots as Globe and Med Grill. The proof lies in the lobby's smattering of models, actors, game developers, and musicians, who are milling around, checking their email via the free Wi-Fi, and munching on the hotel's signature pink Cracker Jack. Although the lobby's the same, the rooms are now warmer, with plum doors and brighter bathrooms. Outside, the hotel's exterior is striking: one half is an art-nouveau classic from 1914; the other is a brick-and-concrete contemporary. Head to the lobby restaurant, Brooke, for the healthy locavore menu and the 10-tini, a delicious riff on a cosmo.

    Hotel Details

  • 122 rooms, 14 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 08-11-2013

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