• L.E. Hotels Welcomes Lenox to its Luxe Collection

     
    POSTED February 15, 2018
     

Global hospitality brand, L.E. Hotels, has welcomed the Lenox Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood to their Luxe Collection.

The Luxe Collection is a classification of L.E. Hotels that have achieved the highest quality of service and rank by their critics.

“The city of Boston is rich with both culture and history, it is only fitting that the newest addition to our premier Luxe Collection is situated in such a bustling and significant area,” said Efrem Harkham, founder and chairman, L.E. Hotels.

The Lenox Hotel houses 214 guest rooms and suites and offers accommodations like crystal chandeliers in many of the rooms.

Mr. Harkham said, “The Lenox is a landmark hotel in Copley Square and is both luxurious and comfortable and offers a quiet escape in one of the most exciting destinations in the U.S. We are delighted to welcome The Lenox to our Luxe Collection family of unique and distinctive properties.”

Each Luxe hotel has its own unique personality, is often located near historical sites, and has many design and architectural elements.

 

 

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