There is a plethora of hotels planned or under construction throughout the region (we've started going over what's going where as part of Hotels Week 2013). But what of the ones that have actually opened, the ones not on the drawing board or before the BRA or slated for the Seaport District, etc.? What and where are they? Herewith are the Greater Boston hotels that have opened since January 2012. They are first to the party and they will have company soon.
Hostelling International Boston
19 Stuart Street, Boston
Perhaps the highest-end hostel of its kind in New England, the inn, which opened in June 2012, has 480 beds, including in separate rooms (e.g., it's not the hostels your parents stayed in backpacking through Cold War Europe).
54 Berkeley Street, Boston
The 12-room boutique opened in August 2012 across the street from its sister property, the 56-room Chandler Inn Hotel. Rooms are surprisingly on the affordable side (think $250 or thereabouts, and up).
Residence Inn Marriott Seaport
370 Congress Street, Boston
The 120-room hotel, where rooms start in the high $300s, opened earlier this year after a gut renovation of the existing building.
200 Stuart Street, Boston
The 356-room Revere replaced the Radisson Boston in the spring of 2012 and has one heckuva rooftop pool. Rooms start at more than $300.
· New-Hotels Heatmap: Checking Inn On Hub's Hospitality Boom [Curbed Boston]
· First Fenway Hotel in Decades and a Four-Star for Trinity Place [Curbed Boston]
· The Best Hotel Pools in Boston [Curbed Boston]
· Our Hotels Week 2013 archive [Curbed Boston]