Following a $28 million renovation, the Revere Hotel, which was inspired by Paul Revere, continues to be one of Boston's most unique properties. The transformation welcomed an entirely remodeled lobby area, revamped guest rooms and suites, and 42,000 square feet of event and meeting spaces. Now, the hotel is a fusion of modern decor and fascinating New England history. A fun alternative to the more stodgy, traditional luxury hotel picks in the city, the hotel's [email protected] is a major draw for locals looking to grab some sun and a cocktail.
YOU SHOULD KNOW Despite its name, the Revere Hotel is NOT located in the town of Revere, north of Boston. This is a common misconception.
Hypo-allergenic bedding is available upon request.
Cozy up with the two provided plush bath robes, and don't miss the C.O. Bigelow bath products.
One of the most interesting lobbies in Boston, the Revere's renovated spa is energetic and creative. A steampunk lantern sculpture sits over the front desk, made by a famed local artist out of vintage colonial-style lanterns. A wall-to-wall mural of the Boston Massacre sits next to a life-size sculpture of Paul Revere's horse made out of recycled materials.
The [email protected] becomes quite the scene when the weather warms up, with plenty of lounge chairs and cabana to sit back and relax. Just a few steps away is their indoor swimming pool.
YOU SHOULD KNOW The [email protected] provides an amazing 360 degree view of Boston.
There is a 24-hour fitness center.
A new restaurant will open at the Revere in late Spring of 2018. Until then, room service is the only option on-site. However, there is a daily breakfast buffet for a price.
The hotel's original bar, the Emerald Lounge, is now closed. However, the comfortable lobby bar, which opens at 3pm daily, has since established the Be Revered Bartender program, which features libations from Boston’s most talented bartenders. The menu changes quarterly and features five options made with spirits from local distilleries. Channel your inner Paul Revere and order the "One if by Land," a mix of GrandTen Distilling Medford rum, cherry cinnamon syrup,and angostura bitters.
The Revere's location in the Back Bay neighborhood right on the cusp of Downtown Boston means easy accessibility to the MBTA at stops like Boylston and Arlington. Attractions like Boston Common and Newbury Street are also reachable on foot.
Just across the street is Legal Sea Foods (1-minute walk), while high-end Italian restaurant Erbaluce (2-minute walk) is just around the corner in the Bay Village neighborhood.
Just around the corner at the Park Plaza Hotel is classic bar MJ O'Connor's (2-minute walk), while Royale (5-minute walk) is a concert venue and nightclub close by.
WHY WE LIKE IT
The Revere has eclectic art rooted in history, and boasts one of the best rooftop views in the city. All rooms have their own private balcony.