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Aloft and Siri Team Up for Voice-Activated Hotel Rooms

Aug 25, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Hotels are getting a lot smarter nowadays, thanks to iPad check-ins, smartphone keyless entry, robot butlers and now, voice-activated rooms. Aloft has debuted two new properties that are utilizing voice commands to allow guests to ask Siri anything they’d like while in their rooms.

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The Colonnade: Boston's Homegrown Luxury Hotel

Aug 22, 2016  |   Contributor: Steve Mirsky

The Back Bay neighborhood is home to so much of what makes Boston a world class city. You're a quick walk from legendary Fenway Park, the seemingly endless blocks of Newbury Street's boutique shopping, the Skywalk Observatory atop Prudential Center, stunning emerald ribbons of parkland bordering the Charles River, and inventive dining helmed by a growing community of star chefs.

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Boston's Newest Penthouses Demand $300,000-a-Year Price Tag

Aug 15, 2016  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

At $26,000 and $30,000 a month respectively, the Charles and Fenway penthouses at 30 Dalton in Boston are clearly not your average luxury properties. Located inside a 26-story apartment community near Fenway Park, both residences are currently two of Boston’s most extravagant retnals on the market. 

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Brick Boston Opens the City's First Luxury CrossFit Gym in the Financial District

Jan 19, 2016  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Brick Boston, a new luxury CrossFit gym located in the city’s financial district, has just opened its doors. The fitness facility offers over 22,000 square feet of workout space which includes treadmills, ellipticals, free weights and a number of exercise and medicine balls.

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#techstyle Exhibition Brings Tech-Forward Fashion to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Jan 13, 2016  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Thanks to the recent CES event in Las Vegas, we all have had wearable tech on our minds lately, which is why we’re super excited to check out the Fashion Meets Technology exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Called #techstyle, the show will focus on the environment, fabrics that can be “grown,” ready-to-wear items that can tweet for you and 3D-printed items. Basically, this is the event for you if the future of fashion is of any interest.

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10 Buildings That Transformed From Historic Spaces Into Luxury Hotels

Jan 11, 2016  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

“If these walls could talk,” is never more true than when uttered in reference to hotels. Of course, if they could speak, we probably wouldn’t want to know all the spicy details of a traveler’s stay. But there are some properties whose stories begin long before they ever housed guests. These hotels once housed everyone from bankers to newspaper men and even prisoners, before being transformed into luxury properties across the globe. Here are 10 properties that went from historic spaces to four- and five-star accommodations:

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Fuse Cambridge Fuses Together Luxury Living With Exclusive Resident Perks & On-Demand Services

Nov 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

The latest luxury residence to open in Boston is Fuse Cambridge, a 224-unit complex that sits across from the lush 120-acre Alewife Brook Reservation. The property, developed by Hines Interests, takes advantage of the state park by offering its residents unobstructed views of the city and surrounding greenery.

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Quarry Restaurant & Lounge: A Local Hotspot With a New England-Focused Menu

Oct 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Juicy cuts of beef, fresh seafood, hearty seasonal dishes and a rare and hard to find vintage ales list are what The Quarry Restaurant & Lounge in Hingham is all about. As for the drinks, Beverage Director David Danforth (who hopes to become a Master Cicerone, a distinction held by just 10 people in the world) has curated a handpicked selection of ales that get better over time.

 

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Boston Welcomes the Sky-High Envoy Hotel to the Innovation District

Sep 25, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Yesterday, the new Envoy Hotel opened in Boston’s Innovation District. This is the Autograph Collection's first property in the state. Outfitted with 136 guest rooms including two luxury suites, the rooms boast floor-to-ceiling windows with views of either the Boston skyline or the waterfront.

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The 5 Most Prestigious Annual Events in Boston Attended by the City's Elite

Sep 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

In a city well known for crowd-drawing events like the Boston Marathon and the Head of the Charles Regatta, it can be hard to discern which events are the most exclusive—for when you feel like rubbing shoulders with the city’s elite—and which events are just plain fun.

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Bostonís Short Path Distillery is Finally Open to the Public With Tastings and Tours

Jul 21, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

We’ve been waiting for quite a while for Boston’s Short Path Distillery to open and now that it finally is, we can’t wait to visit. Founded by three friends who are passionate about spirits, the distillery uses locally-sourced ingredients and handcrafts in very small batches. 

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Bokx 109 Delivers Great Steaks in a Sexy Atmosphere

Jun 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Stylish, sleek and sexy, these are the only words to accurately define the style, feel and ambiance at Bokx 109 in Newton, Massachusetts. Located at the Hotel Indigo, Executive Chef Israel Medina has recently introduced a spring menu that focuses on fresh New England fare with dishes like wild caught fluke (our favorite) topped with a decadently-rich lobster butter and a side of braised collard greens.

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Top 5 Most Expensive Places to Live in Boston

May 29, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It’s no secret that Boston is full of trendy neighborhoods, but it can be hard to know which areas are the best. Thankfully, the numbers don't lie and according to a recent report by Zumper, Boston comes in third as the most expensive city in America. Falling just under New York and San Francisco, Boston averages out with one bedrooms costing $2,350 a month and two-bedroom properties at $2,750, meaning full-size homes are bound to fetch a pretty penny. Of course, when a city is so highly regarded, some neighborhoods are just going to be better than others. Here are the top five most expensive places to call home in Boston:

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Ink Block Redefines Luxury Living in Million-Dollar South End Community

May 22, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

If you’re familiar with the old Boston Herald headquarters, you may not immediately think of the area as prime real estate for luxury condos (since the tallest unit only sits eight floors high). But instead of placing their million-dollar residences inside a downtown high-rise, developers of Ink Block (which opened this week), decided to take the idea of luxury living down a notch, literally.

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Sweet, Funny, Loving: We Share Your Fondest Travel Memories of Mom for Mother's Day

May 10, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

As we gear up for Mother’s Day on May 10, we began considering a fun and unique way to honor mom this year. Realizing that sometimes it’s the things that can’t be purchased that really mean the most, we decided to focus on the intangible gifts. Whether it’s flying to another country, road tripping to a nearby state or fulfilling your mother's lifelong dream, we hold our travel memories with mom close to our hearts. So we took to social media to ask you about your favorite sojourn stories involving your mother. The responses were touching, funny and deeply personal. We complied 12 of them to share with you. To get things started, here’s my own personal memory of an adventure shared with my mom:

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