Kimpton Nine Zero completes $12 million renovation

US: Kimpton Nine Zero, a 190-room boutique hotel on Tremont Street in Boston, has completed a major renovation.

At the newly renovated hotel, a painting of a Boston terrier greets guests, meeting rooms are named after famed Boston leaders and the 1,065-square-foot penthouse suite features a headboard scripted with love letters between John and Abigail Adams.

The hotel’s 2,400 square-foot private meeting and event space overlooks Tremont Street and the Granary Burying Ground. It features three distinct rooms named “Oliver,” “Brooks” and “Samuel,” after influential Boston leaders Oliver Wendell Holmes, Henry Brooks Adams and Samuel Adams.

Kimpton Nine Zero also plans to update its existing Highball Lounge into Better Sorts Social Club, a “glamorous cocktail-forward concept” that is expected to open this fall, the hotel said in a release.

“While we continued to top best of lists, we were inspired to keep pace with Boston’s ever changing, and ever exciting new landscape,” said general manager Michal Penek. “Now more than ever, our city is in the international spotlight, and our transformation will certainly place us at the forefront of the most sophisticated travellers’ wish lists.”

The hotel is owned by Brookfield Hotel Properties. Hospitality interior design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates and Boston-based branding firm Korn Design were the designers for the renovation.

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