The 158-room Row Hotel at Assembly Row opened August 14 at 360 Foley Street in Somerville’s still-unfolding Assembly Row mega-project.
The inn is part of Marriott’s signature Autograph Collection, and a release on the hotel’s opening says the newest location will provide “a distinctive mix of industrial heritage and forward-thinking drive.” The hotel is aimed at both business and leisure travelers.
The Row Hotel features an expansive and high-ceiling lobby with original artwork from Feliciano Bejar and a lounge-restaurant-pub called Reflections. Additional amenities include a communal guest pantry, a fitness center, and an indoor pool with cabanas. There is also enough event space to accommodate up to 300.
The hotel, too, is near the Assembly stop of the Orange Line.
Rooms at the Row currently start at around $230 a night, near the average for the Boston-Cambridge axis.
- Somerville’s tallest building has started welcoming its first residents [Curbed Boston]
- Boston’s subway lines, ranked [Curbed Boston]