BOSTON

Revere Hotel Boston Common announced the completion of a $28 million transformation, featuring a remodeled lobby area, rooftop pool, guest rooms and suites, and 42,000 square feet of event space. The rebirth of the upscale Back Bay hotel, located at 200 Stuart St., is inspired by the legendary Paul Revere.

Designed by award-winning Dawson Design Associates, the property now embodies an abstracted modern interpretation of Longfellow's poem, and incorporates the story of Revere’s midnight ride.

"We are proud to reintroduce the Revere Hotel Boston Common with a new vision and contemporary design,” said Tim Brett, Revere Hotel Boston Common general manager. “The new direction of the property celebrates Boston's innovative history and offers a convenient and stylish option for [guests].”

"Our goal is to create a destination that leisure travelers, business travelers and Bostonians alike can enjoy, complete with unique amenities and design details that are distinctly Bostonian,” Brett said. “Discovery is in the details, and we're excited for our guests to explore the new [Boston hotel].”

The 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 steampunk lantern sculpture is suspended over the front desk, fabricated from vintage colonial-style lanterns and produced by famed Bostonian artist Bruce Rosenbaum. The new lobby bar is wrapped in pounded copper panels and offers libations featuring local spirits from locally-revered bartenders.

A fully reimagined rooftop pool and lounge is complete with a full bar and new outdoor and poolside seating and lounge options. The seasonal destination offers a menu of New England-inspired classics.

All of Revere Hotel Boston Common's 356 guest rooms including 50 suites have been fully transformed. From the luxurious linens to the bold carpeting, the new guest rooms are fashion-forward, featuring stylish metallic, leather and rustic finishes that embody the rebellious spirit of Revere and honor his legacy as a master craftsman. Every guest room, from the 353-square-foot King and Double Queen rooms to the grandiose Presidential Suite, is complete with a private balcony, which is unique to Boston, offering picturesque views of Boston's Back Bay, as well as functional seating and working stations.

Private event & meeting spaces throughout the property have been redefined, including a fully renovated Grand Master Ballroom and the addition of the luxurious Silver Ballroom, combining thematic design elements and the latest technology for the ultimate blend of classic and modern elegance.

Revere Hotel Boston Common boasts over 42,000 square feet of versatile and unique event spaces, including the expansive Liberty Hall, which offers a fully customizable space accommodating up to 800 guests, and state-of-the-art meeting spaces in the dynamic Tea Gallery, designed to be adaptable.