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Boston micro-hotel checks in along Theater District’s Charles Street

FOUND Boston offers co-living situations as well as rates as low as $39 a night

Photos by Kris Tamburello and courtesy of FOUND

A hotel featuring 66 micro-rooms and two shared ones opened on December 13 at 78 Charles Street in Boston’s Theater District.

Called FOUND Hotel Boston and developed in partnership between The h.wood Group and co-living network FOUND, it supplants the Milner Hotel that had been at the five-story site (an inn has operated at 78 Charles, in fact, going all the way back to 1877).

FOUND Hotel Boston is a more modern take on co-living hospitality—hence the two rooms that guests can choose to share with people they know or do not know. Its “minimalistic rooms,” in the words of a release from the hotel, are aimed at a younger crowd.

“We are excited to expand global awareness about co-lifestyle hotels that deliver affordable-luxury to Boston for the millennial nomad and the value-driven, social traveler,” Ross Walker, a cofounder of FOUND, said in that same release.

The price might also be right for many younger travelers, with stays at FOUND Hotel Boston starting as low as $39 a night.