BOSTON—Hyatt Boston Harbor has completed a $10 million design renovation for each of the hotel’s 270 guestrooms and suites.
Inspired by the building blocks of Boston’s waterfront-wood pilings, water, brick and steel, the newly redone guestrooms at Hyatt Boston Harbor offer furnishings in red tones, accented by touches of reclaimed wood and blackened steel.
Guestroom amenities include neutral bed linen and pillows, work desk with pop-up electrical plugs, LED lighting and bedside electrical outlets. New chairs and ottomans were added, while decorative window treatments match the contemporary red, brown and neutral color scheme.
“The renovation of the hotel’s 270 guestrooms and suites are designed to accommodate the diverse and evolving needs of our guests, and allows travelers the opportunity for both connecting and relaxing while away from home,” said Tom Blundell, general manager, Hyatt Boston Harbor. “We are thrilled with our new product which reflects the rich culture and history of our city.”