July 02, 2019
DCA client Roger Thomas has completed the Encore Boston Harbor resort, elevating guest room design, other hotel amenities, and the storied Boston Harbor ferry system in the process.
An unparalleled approach to comfort and luxurious design is apparent every step of the way at the newly-opened Encore Boston Harbor, and is especially evident within the resort’s 671 lavishly appointed guest rooms and suites. At 650 square feet, Encore Boston Harbor’s Premier King and Double guest rooms are the largest hotel accommodations in New England. Signature Suites increase to 1,350 square feet; 18 Two-Bedroom Residences are 3,350 square feet; and two limited-availability villas total 5,800 square feet. With the distinctive Encore architecture, all rooms have sweeping views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor.
Designed in elegant neutral tones with floor-to-ceiling windows, each room highlights exclusive Encore Dream Beds, dressed in sumptuous 507-thread-count linens. Tech-friendly conveniences include flat-screen 4K ultra-high-definition televisions, high-speed Wi-Fi, bedside mobile charging devices, and a wireless iPad for one-touch access to room controls, resort information and guest services. Renowned voice-activation system, Alexa, controls curtains, lighting, heating and air-conditioning, and privacy settings.
Hotel amenities have also been taken to a completely new level, including 15 dining and lounge venues, an ultra-premium spa, and state-of-the-art ballroom and meeting spaces. The completed Encore Boston Harbor project is now the largest private, single-phase development in the history of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Outside, on a spectacular six-acre promenade along the Mystic River, Encore Boston Harbor has delivered a robust water transportation system, where custom-built Encore Premium Harbor Shuttles transport guests year-round from Boston directly to the resort. The low-profile European-style boats feature plush seating, gloss-varnished teak wood and a below-deck salon seating area with large hull windows and overhead skylights.
Below are a few sumptuous images that only begin to tell the story of this important new resort. Congratulations, Roger!