Today M&R Hotel Management announced that it has been awarded a contract to operate the 103-room Holiday Inn Express Braintree in the Boston suburb of Braintree, Massachusetts, which becomes the 13th hotel in its portfolio and third added this year.
The select-service hotel at 190 Wood Road, owned by Norfolk Hospitality LLC of Braintree, features king, double and single rooms and suites with complimentary Internet service, coffee and tea makers, microwave ovens, minifrigerators, premium cable TV channels, desks, speakerphones with voice mail and free local calls and hairdryers.
Additional complimentary amenities include 24-hour fitness and business centers, Express Start Breakfast Bar, on-site parking, bottled water, daily newspaper and shuttle service to local transit connections and nearby attractions within a five-mile radius of the hotel. The hotel also offers a self-service guest laundry and ATM.
The Holiday Inn Express Braintree, which is 15 miles south of downtown Boston, 12 miles from Logan International Airport and three miles from downtown Braintree, is accessible from Interstate 95 and the Quincy Adams and Wollaston stations of the Metropolitan Boston Transit Authority.
The nearby South Shore Plaza offers upscale shopping. Boston-area attractions include the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, Harvard Yard, Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Faneuil Hall.
Guests at the Holiday Inn Express Braintree can earn points in the IHG Rewards Club program that are redeemable for free hotel stays, merchandise and other benefits. Reservations can be made online at holidayinnexpress.com or by calling 800-315-2621.
The Holiday Inn Express Braintree participates in the IHG Green Engage program, an online system that measures its day-to-day environmental impact, tracks energy usage, carbon emissions, water consumption and waste management. IHG Green Engage provides tools to help hotels use fewer resources, improve their carbon footprint and reduce water use.