What does “Affordable Luxury: Edited Service” mean?
“These are hotels with high design and low overhead.” (The Telegraph) The Inn @ St Botolph has filled a new niche and finds their guests appreciate that they’ve eliminated some of the extravagent service levels of traditional hotels – and replaced them with choice and value.
Instead of passing on the expense of an on-site restaurant, we offer fully accessorized kitchenettes that include a full size refrigerator with ice-maker, two burner stove, microwave, toaster oven and coffee maker. Our convenient location gives you many dining options right outside your door, and with a 24-hour market right around the corner, no one seems to notice we’ve edited out the overpriced mini-bar of traditional hotels.
Bargain Shoppers Hit The Luxe Lane
“Luxury travel isn’t just for the elite few anymore, as top-drawer properties draw the style-conscious with inviting discounts on accommodations and services. Determined to get the most bang for her buck, the frivolous “fashionista” is changing her ways amidst the troubled times. Emerge the “recessionista” who values the dollar while remaining chic, stylish, and upbeat even when stocks are down…”
“Boston’s best-kept-yet-brand-new secret, the 16-suite Inn @ St. Botolph, draws with affordable luxury, including interiors by designer Celeste Cooper, easy proximity to Boston’s most desirable attractions, and the pleasure of knowing you won’t be nickled and dimed by pesky services…”
Check out the Inn’s 401k Package for a %35 savings!
Read the full article on Travelmole 1/27/09
The Inn @ St Botolph just opened in Boston and though they also has a fitness center with state of the art cardio equipment – the real health offering is the fully furnished kitchenettes in all their rooms. Not having to eat every meal in restaurants helps the waistline and the pocketbook, and with a 24 hour grocery store right around the corner, it couldn’t be easier! Their great downtown location means you can walk everywhere you need to go, and there are no mini-bars in their rooms to tempt or tease with overpriced chips and chocolates!