Located at 250 Franklin Street within the Financial District, The Langham, Boston occupies a nationwide architectural landmark that was as soon as dwelling to the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. The luxurious lodge closed in April 2019 to endure a complete renovation that is anticipated to wrap by summer time 2020. As we reported final 12 months, the mission’s aim is to reposition the property as one of many “top iconic luxury hotels in the country.” Now we now have new particulars to share.
The makeover entails all guestrooms, public areas and occasion rooms, alongside the creation of recent amenities. Dyer Brown, the Boston-based architectural agency, is working to retain the unique architectural options of the historic constructing, whereas Richmond International, the acclaimed inside design studio, is overseeing the decor. (Richmond International additionally created the inside design for sister properties The Langham, London and The Langham, Chicago.)
The new look might be evident on arrival. A grand new entrance will exhibit slate awnings and new lighting to light up the façade. Inside, anticipate a chicly redesigned foyer with a hearth. Art by well-known native artists will adorn the partitions all through the lodge. All visitor rooms and suites might be refurbished with a lighter coloration palette, New England-style decor and new white marble bogs. This room redesign extends to the luxurious penthouse often known as the Chairman’s Suite, full with eating room, kitchen and lounge with child grand piano.
New amenities will embody the Club Lounge; the light-filled Lincoln Ballroom, accommodating 200 visitors; a bar with out of doors terrace; and a vacation spot restaurant idea, developed in collaboration with the London-based Gorgeous Group. Michele Grosso is the managing director of The Langham, Boston.