A note for our visitors: The Revere Hotel Boston Common is undergoing a transformation through April 2017. Our craftsmen will be at work during the day between the hours of 8am and 5pm during this time, but we will ensure that your guest room is away from the construction. While we are striving to keep all noise to a minimum, you may hear us at work as we prepare to introduce a New Revere this spring.
Listen my children and you will hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere... though historically inaccurate it was the sound bite that stuck, and a legend was born. It is with this playful twist of satire that the vision for the new Revere Hotel Boston Common was created. An abstracted modern interpretation of Longfellow's poem incorporating all the symbolism of Paul Revere's midnight ride through the streets of Boston.
No other city in the world is quite like Boston. Every aspect of the guest experience at the new Revere Hotel Boston Common is rooted in Longfellow’s historic poem which drummed up the revolutionists. You’ll find artwork and design details that are inspired by local culture and celebrate the innovative and rebellious nature in us all. From the Old North Church-inspired stained glass to the modern portraits of Paul Revere and the wall to wall mural of the Boston Massacre outside the new stylish lobby bar, discovery is in the details.
Our craftsmen are busy creating one of a kind meeting and event spaces. Here’s what’s in the works:
- State-of-the-art meeting and event spaces that celebrate the innovative spirit of Paul Revere, outfitted with the latest technology throughout
- Modern décor elements with a stylish aesthetic welcoming events and meetings of all sizes to a variety of customizable spaces
- Fabrics are blended with rustic woods and hammered metals, creating a casual yet contemporary space inspired by the master craftsman
- Dramatically tiered, the lobby is transformed into a forum for the people - a new gathering place