NEWTON, Mass.

In its 48th year, the Boston Marriott Newton Hotel announced the completion of an extensive, multimillion-dollar interior renovation. Started nearly a year ago, the large-scale renovation was designed to offer a one-of-a-kind guest experience by blending historic elements with contemporary add-ons.

The hotel is operated by TPG Hotels & Resorts and owned by Chesapeake Lodging Trust.

"We are thrilled to see this major undertaking come to an end and proud of our new look," said Christopher Allen, general manager of the Boston Marriott Newton Hotel. "Our entire team feels passionate and excited to showcase our renovated product to our valued [business] guests."

The renovation encompasses all 430 guest rooms—including a unique bi-level presidential suite—as well as a fully refurbished lobby, guest corridors, all meeting rooms and a 9,000-square-foot Grand Ballroom.

The iconic hotel nestled along the banks of the Charles River now incorporates modern sophistication while maintaining much of its original structure and rich history. Preserving the classics was valuable to honor the history of Newton as this area was once an amusement playground called Norumbega Park.