The Revere, a new luxury hotel, opens in downtown Boston’s theater district this spring, taking over the spaces formerly inhabited by the Radisson hotel and the Stuart Street Playhouse. The property will have 356 rooms, including 30 deluxe suites and one presidential suite, and will make its debut April 18, the day in 1775 when Paul Revere made his famous ride.

The Revere’s designers have included 35,000 square feet of meeting space in four distinct areas:

  • The 225-seat, 3,000-square-foot Theater 1 can be used for live entertainment, business presentations, or film screenings. The facility’s surround sound, lighting controls, projection technology, and movie screen are all built in, and it also offers four dressing rooms, a green room, and a pre-function lobby with a bar. Each seat in the theater has its own table and power source.
  • Theater 1 shares the building that used to be the Stuart Street Playhouse with the new 6,700-square-foot Space 57. With 25-foot ceilings and room for up to 1,000 people, Revere calls Space 57 “a modern, raw expanse with infinite branding and creative possibilities.”
  • The Gallery, on the hotel’s sixth floor, provides 10,000 square feet of meeting space that can be broken down into five smaller rooms. The designers, inspired to create the feel of an artist’s loft, incorporate exposed brick, reclaimed wood, and rustic metals into the space.
  • The hotel’s traditional, 6,600-square-foot Carver Ballroom has direct walk-up access from the lobby and is also accessible via elevator.

The complete renovation of the property will also add the 6,000-square-foot Emerald Lounge.