The Inn at Hastings Park, a new luxury boutique hotel in Lexington, opened yesterday, according to a press release. The hotel offers 22 modern guest rooms in three historic buildings.
Each room is unique in design and layout. New England products and craftsmen are emphasized in the decor, which was overseen by Robin Gannon of Robin Gannon Interiors. Guests will find Sister Parish Designs and Peter Fasano wallpapers at the hotel, as well as Dunes and Duchess candelabras and sconces, and O&G Studio wood furniture.
Daniel Braun, formerly of Castle Hill Inn, a Relais & Chateau property in Newport, is general manager. The Inn is owned by the Kennealy family of Lexington.
“My husband and I always have embraced a lifestyle that prioritizes warm hospitality, gathering family and friends, and sharing great food,” said Trisha Pérez Kennealy. “With the opening of The Inn at Hastings Park, we look forward to sharing our style of hospitality with guests who come to us for a variety of purposes: tourists experiencing New England; corporate travelers whose work takes them to Boston, Cambridge and the Metro West area; and people from within our community who are looking to experience something special.”
The hotel's restaurant, Artistry on the Green, is set to open in a month. It will feature executive chef Matthew Molloy, who has previously served as a chef at Lumière in Newton and Beacon Hill Bistro in Boston.
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