Ames – A Morgans Original
The Ames boutique Hotel is steeped in history, having been originally built in 1889. It used to be the Ames Farm Equipment enterprise headquarters. The building has been remodeled in November 2009 by the renowned designer David Rockwell, into a stylish boutique hotel that has 114 guestrooms housed within the fourteen story structure.
This boutique hotel belongs to the prestigious Morgans Hotel Group. The décor is modern with a historic background, displaying Romanesque and Byzantine lines. In each room iPod docking stations, HD televisions, mini-bars and down-filled bedding greet the guest. The bathrooms are fitted with rain showers and designer amenities. Wireless Internet access is available at a fee.
On the grounds, a well equipped gym, restaurant and bar can be found. The tavern within the hotel, Woodward, serves delicious food, and uniquely prepared cocktails. This newly renovated historic building is located next to several places of interest, among them, Beacon Hill and Faneuil Hall. It is conveniently close to two subway stops, so other parts of Boston can easily be visited.