Artsy New Revere Hotel Boston Opens in April

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The Gallery meeting space

All eyes are going to be on Revere Hotel when it opens in Boston next month as a premiere entertainment destination. The 356-room boutique hotel is being joined by a nightclub, a film presentation and live entertainment venue, and a one-of-a-kind multipurpose 35,000-sf event space.

“We are essentially your one-stop shop for all group business needs, between ideal location, onsite parking, luxury accommodations, ample meeting space and premiere entertainment and dining options,” says Laura Kinsman, director of events.

The guestrooms will exhibit “livable glamour,” combining high style and comfort. They will be divided into three distinct areas for work, sleep and lounge. The sleep element is covered with their coy suede headboard and plush bedding. There’s a “heeled” oversize desk for work. And you can lounge on the large balconies or inside among the inspiring modern artwork. Here’s a little more on what groups can expect when they check into Revere Hotel later this spring.

Prevue: What are the hotel’s top selling points for group business?

Laura Kinsman: Location is by far one of the top selling points for group business. Our property is ideally located in the heart of the city, steps from the Boston Common and central to all major business, commerce and convention facilities. The property itself delivers unparalleled customer service, full service amenities and over 35,000 square feet of versatile meeting space. We are essentially your one-stop shop for all group business needs, between ideal location, on-site parking, luxury accommodations, ample meeting space and premiere entertainment and dining options.

What makes the 6th floor meeting space unique?

The Gallery (6th floor meeting space) is unlike anything else in the city of Boston. Its design and concept is avant-garde and industrial chic. It reflects a distinct point of view that steps outside the norm of traditional meeting space. Embracing the structural elements (the space was formally part of the parking garage before being converted to meeting space by previous owners) and creating a nontraditional aesthetic has resonated extremely well with potential clients who are looking for something unique and different. The exposed brick and loft-like features create an environment that is indicative of an artist’s loft more so than your stifled meeting space. We are confident this will foster creativity and create a memorable experience for each guest.

What are the hotel’s food and bev offerings like?

The food and beverage at Revere is reflective of the bounty of New England. The menus are rooted in the highest quality sustainable and locally-sourced ingredients. The cuisine and beverage program is eclectic and thoughtful, providing guests a wide variety of options from creative to traditional fare. Revere also offers a variety of price points to provide clients with options and work with an array of budgets.

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