There’s complimentary continental breakfast, a heated outdoor pool, fitness center and lobby bar.
You’ll enjoy the relaxed, cozy atmosphere and quirky and colorful spirit within. Individual decors give a distinct personality to every space.
No two rooms are alike and the comforts are everywhere from lofts and/or spiral staircases, separate living rooms, working fireplaces, to private slate floored baths with Jacuzzi, claw foot tubs, and separate shower stalls.
During her dedication on August 14, 1965, the battleship’s historic significance was further recognized as she was made the official World War II Memorial for the Commonwealth and opened as a public museum.
Over the years, she has been joined by the destroyer to form the largest collection of historic naval ships in the world, America’s Fleet Museum at Battleship Cove.
One of Massachusetts’ 50 great things to do has 50 great things all its own to enjoy when you arrive at this celebrated living history destination, one of the nation’s largest.