Lark Hotels to Open 21 Broad Hotel on Nantucket
Thursday February 20th, 2014 - 8:58AM EC
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NANTUCKET, MA—Lark Hotels will open its second property here in July with the addition of 21 Broad, a renovated 27-room boutique hotel.
Featuring a steam and massage room, a breakfast juice bar serving gluten-free pastries, and vitamin C showers, 21 Broad will be Lark Hotels' seventh coastal New England boutique hotel and its second collaboration with Boston-based real estate developer, Bruce A. Percelay.
It is the sister property to 76 Main, also owned by Percelay, which opened last summer and is the only hotel on Main St.
Like all Lark hotels, 21 Broad will feature hip and stylish interior designs integrated into the property’s historic foundation which dates from 1876. The interiors at 21 Broad, which are being designed by Rachel Reider Interiors, will feature a look that fuses an “urban meets Nantucket” feel. Reider has created the designs for most of the Lark Hotels collection. Textures and colors at 21 Broad will blend a “white on white” palette with pops of color, plus mixed woods, oversize art, earth toned linens and sea grass.
Guest amenities and services at 21 Broad will include spa services, a guest lounge with game table, landscaped outdoor courtyard with fire pit, iPads and iPod docking stations with a white noise feature, 40-inch LED Smart TVs, in-room Keurig coffee makers and refrigerators, personalized concierge service and complimentary wireless Internet access.
“Twenty-one Broad has been the most iconic inn on the entire island for over a century and our goal is to reposition it and make it the most attractive place in which to stay on Nantucket for the next century” stated Percelay.
Tags: Lark Hotels • 21 Broad • 76 Main • Bruce A. Percelay • Rachel Reider • Hospitality • Architecure & Interiors • Acquisitions •
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