The Revere Hotel
in Boston pays reverence to the history of the city more than two centuries after Paul Revere made his famous ride announcing the impending arrival of the Redcoats. Formerly a Radisson, the property underwent a complete renovation and is now an independent hotel and entertainment destination. The 356 guest rooms have distinct areas for sleep, work and lounge, and all have oversized balconies with views of the city. The sixth floor of the hotel has more than 35,000 square feet of meeting and function space, including four breakout rooms. The former Stuart Street Playhouse at the hotel was transformed into a 225-seat space for events called Theatre 1. It has new seating, first-class projection and audio technology; each seat has its own workspace and power sources. Space 57 is a 6,700-sq.-ft. space that can accommodate up to 1,000 guests.