Verve Hotel Boston Natick to join Tapestry Collection by Hilton

by | 25 Jan 2020 | Portfolio

The Verve Hotel Boston Natick. (Photo: Hilton)

Seven-story hotel offers 251 guest rooms/suites and convenient access to Boston.

The Verve Hotel Boston Natick, a contemporary hotel located just a short drive from downtown Boston, has been announced as the latest addition to Tapestry Collection, one of Hilton’s 17 market-leading brands, officially joining the portfolio of original, upscale hotels in early January 2020.

The modern hotel celebrates the exuberant nature of American pop culture in the late 20th century, from music and art to technology and politics. New design and art installations, including locally made pieces, further elevate the conceptual stay, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the hotel’s fun, sophisticated celebration of pop culture.

“This is a concept created based on a love of American pop culture from the 1960s to the 1990s,” said Lou Carrier, president of Distinctive Hospitality Group. “It’s exciting to share this vision in such a multi-media and multi-sensory experience at The Verve Hotel. I invite everyone to relive some memories or create some new ones.”

The Verve’s public areas and thoughtfully planned meeting rooms showcase expressive architecture and design, interwoven with engaging art and interactive media. The hotel’s 17,000 sq. ft. of function space keep an eye toward an expanded social event and meetings business. Its proximity to both Boston and major businesses, as well as the premier Natick Mall shopping center, offers guests easy access to the best of Boston and the MetroWest.

Hotel features and amenities include dining, meetings & events with 17,000 square feet of meeting space. Additionally, The Verve celebrates music across the decades and its impact on our culture with live entertainment held throughout the year.

(Photos: Hilton)

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Tapestry Collection by Hilton is a gathering of original hotels chosen because of a commitment to being anything but generic.