Address116 W Newton St South End & ChinatownSee nearby area
- +1 617 247 3425
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Lonely Planet review
If you love the theater, or if you love innovative contemporary design, or if you just love creature comforts and warm hospitality, you will love Encore. Co-owned by an architect and a set designer, this 19th-century South End town house sets a stage for both of their passions.
Exposed brick walls are adorned with exotic masks, interesting art and theatrical posters; bold colors and contemporary furniture pieces furnish the spacious guest rooms. All three rooms have a sitting area or private deck that offers a sweet skyline view. Continental breakfast included.
Our independent authors have visited Encore and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District .
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