Westmont Hospitality acquires Boston's Battery Wharf Hotel

Westmont Hospitality Group and Thomas Tan, a member of the Bestford Hospitality Group, has acquired Boston's Battery Wharf Hotel, part of a luxury mixed use development in Boston's North End. The 150-room hotel has the 13,000-square-foot Exhale Spa, a pocket Maritime Museum, a 24-hour observation deck, and over 15,000 square feet of available restaurant and retail space.

A purchase price was not disclosed.

"We are delighted to be the new steward of this spectacular waterfront property located within one of the city's most treasured neighborhoods," said Greg Bingaman, Director Asset Management. "Our vision for the future of Battery Wharf includes new hotel facilities and service upgrades, new restaurants and retail tenants, and an ongoing commitment to create exciting reasons for Boston residents and visitors alike to enjoy direct access to the Harbor and some of the best views of the city."

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