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Boston Marriott Peabody Celebrates Completion of Completely Reimagined Guest Rooms

Hotel near Salem redesigns slumber spaces with elegant décor, soft color palette that brings the outdoors in

PEABODY, Mass., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Guests are invited to unwind and relax in the newly renovated guest rooms and suites at the Boston Marriott Peabody.

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Redefining comfort, class and convenience, the new rooms at Peabody hotel were designed to appeal to today's millennial traveler. 

"Our new accommodations are aimed to please guests seeking spaces that effortlessly combine work and play," said Paul McNeil, general manager of the Boston Marriott Peabody. "No matter what they're doing in their time off, visitors will enjoy our new well-equipped rooms featuring thoughtful amenities and state-of-the-art technology."

The reimagined guest rooms at the hotel near Salem present elegant decor to bring the outside in through the use of soft green and brown tones as well as organic textures. In addition to appealing designs, guests will enjoy winding down on new furniture that is stylish and functional. The upgrades continue into the bathrooms, now offering a modern flair with granite counters and Marriott's new line of luxurious skincare and body products by Thann, making mornings in the mirror more enjoyable. 

The spacious work desks, ergonomic chairs and complimentary Wi-Fi access in every guest room make the hotel in Peabody ideal for business and leisure travelers. After a long day, guests will love crawling into the luxurious bedding featuring down comforters, custom duvets and cotton-rich linens while enjoying their favorite show or pay-per-view movie on the 32-inch widescreen LCD HDTV that easily connects to a laptop, MP3 or camera.

Although the newly renovated guest rooms offer a pleasant escape, travelers can also enjoy the opportunity to socialize at Sophia's, the Peabody hotel's charming on-site restaurant. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the inviting atmosphere is perfect for casual business meetings, family gatherings and leisurely meals.

About Boston Marriott Peabody

The Boston Marriott Peabody at 8A Centennial Drive in Peabody, MA, is situated on the Boston North Shore, convenient to Gloucester, Rockport and Salem. Near the intersection of Interstate 95 and Route 128, the hotel is in the Centennial Park business corridor and 20 minutes from Logan International Airport (BOS) and downtown Boston. The hotel boasts 254 rooms and three suites on six floors, eight meeting rooms with 10,735 square feet of flexible event space, Sophia's restaurant, and an indoor pool. The fitness center is great for a workout, while nearby golf courses allow guests to stretch their legs and hit the links. For information, visit or call 1-978-977-9700. For updates on local events, visit the Peabody Marriott hotel's Facebook page.

Media Contact: Jane Coloccia, Boston Marriott Peabody, 310-456-4631, [email protected]

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