Our Country is well aware of the tragedy that took place during the 2013 Boston Marathon. During this tragic time, community members, Massachusetts locals, visitors, businesses and their employees, worked tirelessly to help one another and maintain the spirit of Boston, which today – still remains unbroken.
One business in particular deserves kudos for their hospitality, kindness and generosity. The independently owned, Lenox Hotel, which became command central, just after the bombings, went above and beyond the call of duty, to house and feed investigators and officials.
For eight days, the hotel was forbidden to welcome guests, but that didn’t stop The Lenox from executing their world-class service. The Lenox team stepped up, volunteering to feed and host investigators around the clock with the same service they extend to their paying guests. The Lenox has been an example of grace, humility, and an unwavering commitment to hospitality.
The Boston Globe wrote a glowing article about The Lenox Hotel, and the generous support of their competitors, who united as a team in support of their community. Click here to read this article.
If travels to Boston this summer are in your plans, consider a stay at The Lenox Hotel. If not, feel free to visit their Facebook Page and just offer a thank you.
Side note: For those of you who are wondering about the gay-friendliness of The Lenox Hotel, I visited their facebook page to offer my appreciation and was elated to find a congratulatory post to Rhode Island as the 10th state to honor marriage equality!