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New South End hotel celebrates the revolutionary spirit of Boston

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December 16, 2018

Bruce Percelay, chairmen and founder of the Mount Vernon Company, appeared on WBZ-BOS (CBS) to talk about the new Revolution Hotel. 

There is a new south end hotel, the Revolution Hotel on Berkeley Street where the YWCA used to be. A bar is made from the oldest tree in Boston. They have marked the rings with key events and the walls have a mural with revolutionary figures. “We remind people that Boston has been a center of innovation unlike any city anywhere.” (said Bruce Percelay) In case you are considering staying in the city for a night, the average room rate is about $150 per night.

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