NEWTON, MA—The Boston Marriott Newton Hotel has completed an extensive, multimillion-dollar interior renovation.
Started nearly a year ago, the large-scale renovation was designed to offer a distinctive guest experience by blending historic elements with contemporary flair, according to the company. The hotel is operated by TPG Hotels & Resorts, the hospitality management affiliate of Procaccianti Companies, and owned by Chesapeake Lodging Trust.
The renovation encompasses all 430 guestrooms, including a bi-level presidential suite as well as a fully refurbished lobby, guest corridors, all meeting rooms and a 9,000-sq.-ft. grand ballroom. Atlanta-based Design Directions International led the hotel’s renovation.
Guestrooms have rich-toned wool carpet and white linen mixed with dark, glossy espresso wood furnishings. Touches of history are referenced with bird cage-like nightstands that pay homage to Norumbega Park. Modern bathrooms are enhanced with a frosted barn door and white granite sink. All rooms and suites come with a 50-in. flat-screen TV, an executive workstation, WiFi access, mini refrigerators, in-room safe and coffeemaker. In addition, there is a newly redesigned concierge lounge on the seventh floor. The presidential suite has a bi-level room layout with floor-to-ceiling windows looking out to the Charles River.