Revere Hotel Boston Common

Revere Hotel Boston Common

Revere Hotel Boston Common is thrilled to announce the completion of a $28 million transformation, featuring a fully remodeled lobby area, rooftop pool, guest rooms and suites, and 42,000 square feet of versatile private event and meeting spaces. The rebirth of the upscale Back Bay hotel, located at 200 Stuart Street, is inspired by the legendary Paul Revere, and offers a multi-layered guest experience that is equal parts social, intelligent, edgy, and engaging. Designed by award-winning Dawson Design Associates, the property now embodies an abstracted modern interpretation of Longfellow’s iconic poem, and incorporates the symbolism of Paul Revere’s midnight ride through the streets of downtown Boston.

Lobby & Rooftop Lounge TransformationThe sleek and contemporary open lobby is designed as a forum for the people, welcoming visitors to a space that is unmistakably Bostonian. The Stuart Street entrance ushers guests into the energetic space, where a dynamic Steampunk lantern sculpture is suspended over the front desk, fabricated from vintage colonial-style lanterns and produced by famed Bostonian artist Bruce Rosenbaum along with Salmons Studios in Florence MA. Complete with custom artwork, including a wall-to-wall mural of the Boston Massacre, a life-size sculpture of Paul Revere’s horse created from recycled materials, and stained glass panels inspired by the Old North Church, the space creates a new gathering place for locals and hotel guests alike. The new lobby bar is wrapped in pounded copper panels and offers libations featuring local spirits from a menu crafted by Boston’s most revered bartenders.

Lanterns

A fully reimagined rooftop pool and lounge now feature a dynamic space welcoming visitors and locals to the award-winning rooftop destination, complete with a full bar and new outdoor and poolside seating and lounge options. A one-of-a-kind destination for fun in the sun in Boston, the seasonal destination offers a menu of New England-inspired classics, fresh seasonal cocktails, and unbeatable views of Boston’s picturesque Back Bay.