Travel + Leisure
World’s Strangest Prisons (PDF)
What cage is three stories high, rotates, and was designed for human beings, not rats?
July 20, 2010
Freedom and Fabulous for All (PDF)
Once upon a time, a jailhouse was built on Charles Street. Nearly two centuries later, the greatest transformation of all time was hatched: the facelift from an infamous slammer into the opulent Liberty Hotel.
July 3, 2010
Wall Street Journal
Take Monday Off (PDF)
Visiting Boston after the 4th means catching one of the quietest weeks of the summer- and sidestepping most of the holiday weekend’s Harborfest crowds.
July 1, 2010
Summer In The City (PDF)
When one thinks of a hotel, the image of a prison does not typically spring to mind- that is, unless one thinks of the Liberty Hotel.
June 30, 2010
Escape to the Liberty Hotel in Boston (PDF)
City dwellers don’t always yearn to escape to the beach or countryside.
June 1, 2010
Fittest Cities (PDF)
Commuters in Beantown are twice as likely to use public transportation than other cities’ denizens , so they spend more time walking and less time trapped in traffic.
May 25, 2010
The New York Times
Just Steps From The Room (PDF)
At most hotels, the weak economy of the last year and a half has meant one thing- fewer amenities.
May 4, 2010
The Wall Street Journal
Entrepreneurs Make Use of Odd Spaces (PDF)
Properties with a past provide unique marketing opportunities; jails transform into hotels, churches into restaurants.
April 14, 2010
Hotels Worth Your Tax Refund (PDF)
What wows ‘em at Boston’s Liberty Hotel- formerly the Charles Street Jail-is the lobby, ringed by catwalks and capped by a 90 foot-high wooden cupola.
April 10, 2010
Better Homes and Gardens
Return to Glory (PDF)
Restored historic hotels immerse visitors in bygone glamour and intrigue.
February 16, 2010
The Most Unusual Hotels in America (PDF)
Rest your head in one of these quirky spots, and you’re likely to have an atypical stay.
February 14, 2010
The Los Angeles Times
Surrender to Love in Lockups-Turned-Hotels (PDF)
Expect a secure room and some reminders of the lodgings’ past, plus some romantic deals at some of them.
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