Glen Coben Completes Design for Ames Boston Hotel and Ground-Floor Restaurant, Cultivar

Glen Coben Completes Design for Ames Boston Hotel & Ground-Floor Restaurant, Cultivar

Glen and Co. Architecture recently completed the re-design of the historic Ames Boston Hotel, spearheading the design of the hotel's public spaces, including the lobby, The Library, Ames and Oliver & Oakes rooms, and Cultivar restaurant.

The revitalized 15-story, 114-suite Ames Boston Hotel merges the past, present and future, offering a blend of modern style and old-world sophistication. Glen blended his designs with the many preserved, original features of the hotel, including the lobby's tiled mosaic arched ceiling and a marble staircase that runs from the first floor to the roof.

The renovated lobby features sleek new check-in stations and a casual seating area accented by warmly-toned wood shelving and trim pieces. Adjacent to the revamped entryway is The Library, which boasts the same eye-catching, mid-century design scheme that begins in the lobby and serves as communal workspace. The 114 guestrooms incorporate modern and timeless elements with a refreshed chic color palette that evokes a sense of calm and peace. The design of the 1,7000 SF event space, including the Oliver & Oakes room, serve as the ultimate customizable setting for personalized, intimate get-togethers, banquets and conferences, along with lounge, classroom and theater-style meetings and presentations.

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