Loews Boston Hotel receiving a $10-million redo

Just 10 months after entering the Boston hotel market, Loews Boston Hotel – located in the historic Boston Police Headquarters building - is embarking on a full-scale $10 million dollar renovation. Renovations will encompass the hotel's guestrooms and suites, the entrance lobby, six meeting rooms and a newly branded and reimagined restaurant and bar. 
The new Loews Boston Hotel will feature: 
  • 225 guestrooms and three suites renovated with distinctive wall coverings, fabric furnishings, signature Loews linens and the connectivity a traveler needs 
  • Meeting rooms that pay homage to heroic officers in the Boston Police Department 
  • An American restaurant with cuisine that blends fine French culinary techniques with the best from New England farms 
  • 6 meetings rooms including a new mini-ballroom with vaulted ceilings that can accommodate 100 people. 
  • A bar with leather chairs, poker tables and piano entertainment 
A complete transformation of the guestrooms and dining spaces will begin January 2014, with an expected completion date of March 31, 2014. The guestroom design, inspired by a fine-tailored suit, will feature sumptuous houndstooth, grey flannel and herringbone fabrics in a sleek design with every amenity for today’s traveler including the latest technology, complimentary Wi-Fi and plenty of work and relaxation space. 

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