Seaport Hotel Undergoes Major Transformation

The Seaport Hotel, the first in Boston’s
 hot Seaport District, has completed major renovations transforming it into 
an entirely new hotel, now offering major technology upgrades, new room décor, and a redesigned TAMO restaurant and bar.

All of the Seaport’s 428-guest rooms have
been completely updated with luxurious amenities, adding décor, technology, and guest preference features that modern business and leisure
travelers alike will enjoy. Energy efficient lighting, heating, and cooling systems have been added along with in-room recycling.

Telkonet systems allow for better control of room features, and also conserve energy by turning off heating, cooling, and electricity when guests leave the room.

Room décor has been upgraded with a classic yet contemporary style adding new wall coverings, carpeting, furniture, and art from local artists.

Redesigned luxury bathrooms include walk-in showers, fog-free mirrors, and Gilchrest & Soames bath amenities. Seaport’s suites treat guest with televisions in the mirrors, radiant heated floors, and walk-in rain showers.

In addition to the guest rooms, the renovation
also encompasses the newly expanded and reinvented TAMO Restaurant & Bar. With more space, new décor, and revamped menu, the restaurant will continue to be a hot spot for locals and visitors alike.

The renovation and upgrades are in line with the Seaport maintaining its 
commitment as a world-class destination, in a world-class city.

For more information on the Seaport Hotel, please visit

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