Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown Tremont
Located in the heart of the historic Boston Theater District, renovations were inspired by the 1925 grandeur of the original hotel. Palatial impressions surround guests upon entering the hotel with elements such as draperies that mimic theater curtains in the lobby and create a backdrop for classic stone elements and motifs in the space. Public areas, meeting spaces, and guest rooms are designed using a classic black and white color palette, with shades of plum and chartreuse to portray a sense of modern glamour.
The library great room is a modern interpretation on a classic men’s lounge atmosphere, utilizing color palette of dark wood paneling, plum, black, and grey. The color scheme extends throughout the hotel in the anterooms and meeting spaces. The grand ballroom features intricate white moulding that is a stark contrast to the modern damask black carpet. Rope detail between sconces and artwork of marquee lights create abstract references to the theater.
A soothing color scheme of charcoal grey and berry permeates guest rooms, relaying a comfortable, cozy feel. Each room features a rich wallcovering featuring metallic silver scroll work at the headboard. Renovated guest baths have a spa-like ambiance with dark woods and marble-look porcelain tile.
At a glance
315 Guest Rooms
6,910 SF Meeting Space
15,567 SF Pre-Function Space
Historic-Inspired Renovation of Guestrooms, Lobby, Meeting Space
The year Boston’s first theater opened.
Puritans banned plays in Boston until 1792.
The number of seats in the neighboring Wang Center for Performing Arts - the largest in Boston.