Design Continuum inspired by Burlington's forests for Boston Marriott Burlington transformation

Boston Marriott Burlington has completed a multi-phase transformation, which includes reimagined guestrooms, the launch of CHOPPS American Bar and Grill, a new open-concept Great Room and lobby area, and more than 14,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Boston Marriott Burlington worked with Atlanta-based firm Design Continuum to introduce a new aesthetic to the 418 guestrooms and suites. Inspired by Burlington's forests, the rooms now have a natural feel with modern finishes and accents.

Guestrooms now have expanded entryways, increased storage, updated bathrooms with a custom sliding barn door, as well as lounge seating and desk amenities. Additionally, all double rooms now have two queen beds, while king bedrooms have a twin bed-sized chaise lounge. Enseo technology was also installed in the rooms.

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In addition to the guestroom renovation, the property underwent a full façade update, and now has a new brick exterior and updated signage.

The final stage of updates to the property follows updates that started in 2014 with the introduction of CHOPPS American Bar & Grill. The lobby space was eventually introduced, with an open floor plan that has communal media pods, seating and a glass fireplace. Boston Marriott Burlington also recently introduced over 14,000 square feet of meeting and event spaces, including meeting suites and the 9,000-square foot Celebration Ballroom.

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