Doubletree by Hilton completes £9.9m Boston property upgrade

Doubletree by Hilton Boston North Shore has opened following a £9.9m ($16m) upgrade.

Doubletree by Hilton completes $16m Boston property upgrade
Doubletree by Hilton completes $16m Boston property upgrade

The 364-room hotel, located near Boston’s historic and cultural centre, was formerly known as the CoCo Key Water Resort Boston.

Renovations included all guest rooms and public spaces, including the hotel’s lobby and more than 2,787sqm of meeting space. A ballroom also features, with capacity for 1,300 delegates.

"Doubletree by Hilton Boston North Shore will be the premier business and event space in North Shore Boston – a place for everyone to come together, to conduct business, to socialize and to play," said Eric Marx, senior vice president of Lightstone Group. "We hope the hotel will be perceived as the ‘guest house’ of the community."

The hotel’s Tradewinds Restaurant serves contemporary American cuisine using locally-sourced, seasonal foods and fresh seafood.

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