Boutique hotels add luxury and style in Western Massachusetts
231 River Street
North Adams, MA, 01247
An Intimate Berkshires Boutique Inn
This remarkable inn is set in 19th Century Victorian row houses in historic North Adams. Here, retro-industrial architecture meets modern comforts - call it “granny chic.” Each unique and spacious room may have private porches, lofts and/or spiral staircases. You’ll find slate-floored private baths with Jacuzzi, separate living rooms, working fireplaces, claw foot tubs, and separate shower stalls. Enjoy the complimentary continental breakfast, the heated outdoor pool, a fitness center and the lobby bar. Small, charming and walkable North Adams offers a vibrant arts and crafts scene, plentiful galleries, restaurants, and shopping. The world-renowned Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts is the main draw but the surrounding area is filled with cultural and recreational attractions and activities.
81 Old Main Street
Deerfield, MA, 01342
Boutique style in a classic New England inn
The amenities are eco-friendly and pleasing, as you would expect in a boutique hotel. Twenty four guestrooms make it small enough to feel cozy, while flat screen televisions, private bath, and chamois robes provide modern and luxurious touches. The inn has an excellent restaurant and tavern with mahogany dining bar, fireplaces, and inviting tables. Champney’s scratch kitchen features old favorites with a contemporary twist and seasonal dishes all with local, farm fresh produce. Set on a mile-long street in a village with landmark status, you’re in amongst gorgeous 18th and 19th-century homes and working farms. You’ve arrived at what Yankee magazine termed New England’s best 19th-century inn.
297 North Street
Pittsfield, MA, 01201
Comfort and Service Wrap Around Unique Character and Chic Style
When you stay at a boutique hotel, you expect an intimate experience like no other. You can expect all those qualities at Hotel on North, a new take on downtown lodging housed in a restored 19th-century Main Street menswear store, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Radiating from its birdcage elevator, the lounges, dining rooms and guest rooms display an individual sensibility that melds beautiful old things – like hammered tin ceilings or church pews upgraded as luggage stands – with comfortable beds and linens, creative cocktails, and fresh, tasty dishes. In a region – the Berkshires – where Gilded Age tycoons designed gardens, hosted Gatsby-like parties, and founded art museums, the Hotel on North melds cultural roots and cosmopolitan style.