Hotel Opening Massachusetts

Hilton Opens Multi-Brand Hotel in Woburn, Massachusetts

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Hilton (NYSE: HLT) announced the opening of its newest hotel, the dual-branded Hampton Inn by Hilton Boston Woburn and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Woburn. Located just 12 miles north of Boston, the property is a unique new addition to the greater Boston area’s lodging offerings. 

With 235 new rooms and suites, the hotel complex is perfect for business travelers to the New England Technology corridor or those travelers exploring historical sites like the Boston Freedom Trail, Minute Man National Historic Park and Salem. Hampton Inn by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Woburn offer a new lodging option for guests to explore the area and enjoy the spectacular New England fall foliage colors this time of the year. 

“We are excited to be a part of this beautiful thriving community,” said Gwen Lytle, general manager.  “Our Hampton Inn by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton property complex offers perfect accommodations for business and families alike that want to connect with all this area has to offer. Blending these two category-leading brands and their signature, yet unique, identities under one roof furthers propels our commitment to providing quality lodging options to meet a wide variety of styles, travel needs and desired price points.” 

The dual-brand concept provides enhanced and larger communal areas and amenities than what would be standard at a single-branded property, benefiting both business and leisure travelers. The hotel has a mix of unique offerings – each catering to the needs of their respective guests – including designated lobby and dining areas. The property also has a variety of shared amenities including a deluxe 24-hour fitness center, indoor salt water pool, sun deck and outdoor terraces and kitchen/grill area. Additionally, the hotel offers 600 square feet of flexible meeting space.

Every Hampton by Hilton guest will enjoy the brand’s signature free, hot breakfast with healthy options, On the Run breakfast bags and free Wi-Fi in every room. Hampton continues to lead the pack in terms of guest experience, with guest happiness being the number one priority, backed by the 100% Hampton Guarantee.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Woburn offers a combination of studio, one- and two-bedroom accommodations, featuring fully-equipped kitchens and separate living and sleeping areas. Guests are also provided all the essentials needed for a smart, reliable and convenient stay including complimentary daily full hot breakfast, evening social Monday-Thursday, Wi-Fi and a grocery shopping service.

The six-story property, developed and owned by Concord Madison Woburn LLC and managed by Concord Hospitality Enterprises, is located at 371 Washington Street and boasts 235 total rooms, with 132 Hampton by Hilton rooms and 103 Homewood Suites by Hilton suites. Conveniently situated in Woburn, the hotel offers guests easy access to Cummings Business Park, Burlington Mall area, Tufts University and Anderson Commuter Rail Station for easy access to Boston. A complimentary shuttle service within a four-mile radius of the property is also available. 

“As Concord Hospitality’s first property in the Boston area and state of Massachusetts, we are proud to be a part of the team that is bringing Woburn a multi-branded hotel,” said Mark Laport, President and CEO of Concord Hospitality. “We look forward to welcoming guests to the greater Boston area at the Hampton Inn by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston Woburn and allowing them to experience all of the sites, restaurants and activities the region has to offer.” 

The design for the dual-branded hotel complex showcases a fresh modern vibe that is authentic to its industrial roots inspired by its history as a booming leather tannery hub featuring the role of the Middlesex Canal in its evolution. Woburn’s history is reflected in the design details. The individuality of the two brands is expressed within their own amenity spaces and guestrooms – with Homewood Suite’s having more organic shapes and natural materials to create a relaxed traditional feel, while Hampton Inn’s purposefully structured geometric lines and bright colors approach creates a cool metropolitan sense. Curated art, such as the custom handmade textile wall hanging at the front desk that displays a historic map to Paul Revere’s midnight ride in the guestrooms, adds the final touches for a warm and welcoming modern design celebrating its local roots.



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