The Wall Street Journal says 2 Mass. hotels are great for ‘determined bookworms’

One has a reading suite, complete with books signed by authors who have stayed at the hotel.

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A Chatham Bars Inn spa suite. –Chatham Bars Inn

Do you love to travel? Do you love books? Then these hotels might be your dream destinations.

The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted six hotels across the U.S. that are great for bookworms because of their “unconventional book collections and reading programs,” and two are in Massachusetts: Hotel Commonwealth in Boston and Chatham Bars Inn in Chatham.

Here’s what the publication wrote about Hotel Commonwealth:

“The Reading Suite has its own book nook, literature-inspired memorabilia and 50 titles signed by authors who have stayed at the hotel. All rooms are replenished with fresh books each month, and guests can tune into Bedside Reading’s new podcast, featuring conversations with authors, streaming through room TVs.”

And here’s what the publication wrote about Chatham Bars Inn:

“In January, this Cape Cod inn with its own library of a few hundred books hosted its first Literary Weekend, where author Casey Sherman led writing workshops.”

Check out The Wall Street Journal‘s entire list of hotels that are great for bookworms.

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