CoCo Key Hotel & Water Resort Boston to rebrand as a DoubleTree

The CoCo Key Hotel & Water Resort Boston-North Shore, in Danvers, Mass., has emabrked on a $10-million-plus renovation, which will convert the hotel into a DoubleTree by Hilton by fall. Improvements to the 365-room hotel include upgrades to the meeting space and the addition of new technological amenities. Post renovation, the hotel will be known as the DoubleTree by Hilton Boston-North Shore.

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