Peace and Welcome

Many people have asked what our name means and we’re proud to share the background on it.  “Godfrey” means peace and welcome and that’s exactly what we want our guests to feel when they enter our lobby.

The hotel lobby is a critical experience for guests and it must accomplish a lot – it has to make guests feel welcome, while also offering assistance with their stay at the same time.  The lobby must evoke a consistent feel that the guest will experience throughout the hotel, including in the guest rooms and other common areas of a hotel.

Our lobby is designed to be spacious and luxurious, complimented with intimate seating for socializing or relaxing.  The interior design will include oak paneling, polished porcelain flooring and contemporary furniture. There will also be a Chef-driven restaurant adjacent to our lobby (stay tuned for details!).

Following is a look inside our lobby and the progress underway, followed by what it will actually look like upon completion – the lobby rendering.

Lobby - Where the front desk will be.

Lobby – Where the front desk will be.

Larry Cassillo, our General Manager, provided a tour of our hotel and is pictured below in front of where the front desk will soon be.

Larry Cassillo, our GM, provides a tour of The Godfrey Boston - and is pictured where the lobby front desk will be.

Larry Cassillo, our GM, provides a tour of The Godfrey Boston – and is pictured where the lobby front desk will be.

Last – a beautiful rendering of what our lobby will look like!  After much work, we’re certain the lobby will welcome our future guests.

The Front Desk - The Godfrey Hotel Boston

The Front Desk – The Godfrey Hotel Boston