Residence Inn Boston Cambridge Unveils New Lobby
Thursday June 13th, 2013 - 11:24AM CA
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CAMBRIDGE, MA—The Residence Inn Boston Cambridge Hotel now welcomes guests with a new lobby entrance. The Cambridge hotel completed its $300,000 lobby renovation in May, which now offers new features and a comfortable space to relax in.
The lobby area at this hotel near now offers complimentary wireless Internet access and a sophisticated décor that inspires tranquility and relaxation. Guests can unwind in the comfort of new seating, including a communal table that hosts up to eight individuals as well as new personal tables and chairs. A new LG Smart television provides plenty of entertainment or just a passing distraction as guests make their way to their rooms or the surrounding area.
Travelers who are staying at the hotel near MIT for business can also make use of the upgraded business center, which now features complimentary computers and a printer. Available 24 hours per day, guests can prepare for an upcoming flight, stay connected to loved ones back home, or put the finishing touches on an upcoming presentation.
After checking in at the new lobby area, guests can retire to their Cambridge suites or go exploring the surrounding attractions. Suites are oversized and offer 50 percent more room than the average accommodations and are well equipped with welcomed amenities that help travelers feel at home regardless how long they plan on staying.
Cambridge suites feature full-sized kitchens that include microwaves, utensils, refrigerators and grocery-shopping services. Comfortable beds and pullout sofas offer plenty of plush places to sleep or take a nap, while high-speed wireless Internet access lets guests stay connected or entertained.
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