Happy 90th birthday to the Boston Park Plaza!
Opened in March 1927 as the Hotel Statler, the Boston Park Plaza was the last hotel built by visionary hotelier E.M. Statler. Innovative from the first, it was the first hotel to use occupancy indicators — or “do not disturb” signs, as we know them today. It was also the first hotel to have radios in every room and one of the first to have private bathroom in each room.
The Boston Park Plaza was also one of the first mixed-use buildings in the United States and opened as the tallest building in Boston.
Recently, the hotel underwent a $100 million renovation, refreshing the property while staying true to its classic roots. Here’s a look inside the transformation:
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