The Whitney, Boston’s newest boutique hotel concept, has arrived in the city’s historic Beacon Hill neighborhood. Named for former industrialist Henry Melville Whitney, who previously owned the site, the new hotel occupies a classic brick townhouse-style structure that complements its residential surroundings.
In collaboration with Portland, Maine-based interior design firm Ealain Studio, locally based architecture practice Hacin + Associates oversaw the design of the Whitney, whose 65 guestrooms are crafted with thoughtful features like large windows. Each of the four uniquely crafted premium suites are overlooking the Charles River. Adjacent to the hotel lobby is the intimate courtyard, designed by Boston-based Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design.
Anchoring F&B offerings of the hotel is Peregrine, the Mediterranean-style restaurant offering a cuisine influenced by Sardinia and Sicily islands, at a cozy, yet upscale lounge atmosphere.