Boston Park Plaza

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The hotel provides the public with little information about its history. Our team researches the hotel's past, from the very beginning, verifying its exact opening date and providing an overview of its history up to the present day.?If you have any useful information and would like to share it, please send it to [email protected]?Thank you This is what we know so far (attention: unverified history!): E. M. Statler, the creator of The Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers , chose what was in 1922 known as Providence Street, due to the great “ location, location, location .” 1927, March: hotel opened: a living monument to its creator E.M.Statler, rated by his peers as the greatest hotelier of the 20th century.- a hotel should be something of a museum- he felt.. continues to attract heads of state, celebrities and world travelers... The venerable Boston Park Plaza Hotel and Towers, opened in March of 1927 remains a living monument to its creator, E.M. Statler, rated by his peers as the greatest hotelier of the 20th Century. From lobby to guest rooms, a hotel, he felt, "should be something of a museum, exposing the traveler, perhaps for the first time, to excellence in art," words he carried through in the grand design of all public space. With radio in its infancy, and plumbing technology yet to be, the Statler was the first hotel to have a radio and cold running water in every room. Called a "city within a city" upon opening, today it takes pride in continuing the tradition, serving Boston as a destination itself with some of the city's most famous restaurants and lounges. The Palm Room entrance has been transformed into the elegant Swans Court in the Grand Lobby, and the Hotel Library, once stocked with 3,000 books, has become the unique Hancock function room, as the hotel transforms to serve the public in the tradition of a fine Boston landmark.

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Managed by: Starwood Hotels & Resorts
950 / 22 suites Rooms
Garden Suite Presidential Suite
The hotel is in walking distance from The Theatre District, The State House, Freedom Trail and Beacon Hill. The hotel is adjacent to The Boston Commons and the trendy shops, diverse restaurants and fine art galleries lining the world renowned Newbury Street.
Swans Café Lobby Bar & Restaurant : Chef Justino Fernandes at The Boston Park Plaza's signature Swans Café serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and even has a formal afternoon tea service for finger sandwiches and delicacies Monday through Friday. Bonfire: Celebrated chef Todd English introduces his latest dining concept, Bonfire. Its superb cuisine is essentially Argentinean with European, American and Mexican influences. The signature open kitchen alongside the back wall provides guests with positive energy and entertainment. Whiskey Park : Enjoy the eclectic sophistication, cocktails and conversation at the trendy, warm and intimate bar created by Rande Gerber. McCormick & Schmick's : The perfect restaurant for any seafood lover, Chef Joseph Bartel offers over 40 varieties of fresh fish and seafood from both the Atlantic and Pacific shores. Other pasta, poultry and beef entrees are also available during lunch and dinner. Au Bon Pain : All new hot paninis, artisan breads, beverages and salads are ideal for breakfast, lunch, an afternoon snack or dinner. A relaxing environment, Au Bon Pain's bakery roots were born in Boston. Smith & Wollensky's : The restaurant features a vast selection of prime steaks, pastries, a new Great American Wine list and beautiful surroundings. Ben & Jerry's : Offers all natural quality ice creams, sorbets and yogurts Finale : For those with a sweet tooth, this upscale dessert café fulfills cravings during a mid-afternoon break or late-night after a show. Finale was named Best of America's desserts by the Food Network.
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26 meeting rooms that can accommodate the needs of any meeting. Audio/Visual services, high speed internet and a full-service business center will make Also, the perfect setting for a social gathering or a business event, The Mezzanine has a room to fit any occasion. Just across the street from the hotel, the 18,000 square foot Castle at The Park Plaza offers a range of services, flexible floor plans and venues for exhibitions, trade shows and receptions. A granite façade, turrets, towers and moat entrance bestow this historic milestone its name. Imperial and Plaza Ballrooms.
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Boston Park Plaza
Country: USA
City: Boston
Opening date: 1927, March

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General Manager Mickey Schneider

Coordinates

64 Arlington Street
MA 02116 USA, Boston

Tel: +1-617-426 2000
Fax: +1-617- 423 1708

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