EID Design Team Member Darren Cloutier worked closely with local Hilton management and Hospitality Interior Design Consultants HBA to update the interior finishes of all guest elevator cabs to complient the Art Deco stylings of the historic Batterymarch Building.
Built in 1928 as Boston’s first Art Deco style skyscraper, the 15-story Hilton Boston Downtown Faneuil Hall now stands among the city’s downtown high-rise towers. The Batterymarch Building, as it was originally known, was designed by architect Harold Field Kellogg, and remains an architectural landmark. With it’s superb location to the Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace, the Boston Waterfront, Boston’s Historic Freedom Trail, and the many businesses of the Financial District, this AAA Four Diamond hotel provides a perfect setting for both business and leisure travelers.
This award-winning New England hotel offers 403 spacious guestrooms and suites, over 10,000 sq ft of meeting space, a signature restaurant, a new complimentary 24-hour fitness center, and two business centers. With revolutionary hospitality, historic ambiance, and unparalleled culture, the Hilton Boston Downtown Faneuil Hall completes the ultimate Boston experience.
Using Bendheim Antique Laminated Mirror upper fields, Cambridge Architectural Wire Mesh Sawgrass 33B lower fields and EID’s custom traditional stile and rail system, the team created a timeless design with durable finishes able to withstand typical hotel traffic patterns.
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