The Boxer, Boston's newest boutique hotel, opens its doors

George Sell By George Sell
21 May 2013 | Updated 25 October 2013

US: Hersha Hospitality Trust has reopened the former Bulfinch Hotel, which it acquired in May 2012.

The property in downtown Boston has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation, with guest rooms designed to consider "the unique architecture of the historic Flatiron building. Rooms are painted a deep slate blue and furnished with industrial inspired modern open frame wardrobes. Amenities include iHomes with iPhone docking stations; minibars; 32" flat screen TVs; and Keurig coffee makers. The Boxer also provides complimentary Wi-Fi and newspapers, a 24-hour fitness centre, a computer kiosk in the lobby and valet service for all guests.

The Boxer is owned by Hersha Hospitality Trust and managed by HHM. HHM currently operates 115 branded and independent hotels across the US. The Boxer is part of its new Independent Collection, a collection of "smaller, more intimate boutique lifestyle hotels located in truly unique neighbourhoods of gateway cities".
The hotel's restaurant, Finch, serves "American fare with a modern New England twist". 

Hersha Hospitality Trust president and chief operating officer Neil Shah said: "We purchased the hotel with the vision to transform the property. The Boxer is surrounded by the culturally rich neighbourhoods of Beacon Hill, North End, and Faneuil Hall, with unbeatable proximity to the TD Garden. We knew it would be the perfect addition to the Independent Collection, appealing to independently minded travellers with discerning taste for what is authentic and local about the places they visit and where they stay."
The Boxer and Finch are located at 107 Merrimac Street in Boston's West End neighbourhood.

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