EFD Creative was honored to be part of the Grand Reopening of the Marriott Courtyard Boston this past October. This property has held so much history – originally the Elks Lodge & Hotel built in 1925 it was one of the most expensive and opulent venues in the country. In the 1930′s It became Boston Lodge No. 10 which held the largest ballroom in New England with bowling alleys, squash courts, gymnasium and turkish baths. After the market crashed it became the Bradford Hotel named after the states first governor.
The goal was to recreate the atmosphere of the original opening back in the 1920′s. Flappers, boas and long pearl necklaces were the fashion of the day, combined with the art deco decor the room was transformed.
With this reopening The Marriott Courtyard Boston now boasts the newest, most chic, stylish hip venue and hotel in Boston!
Photography: Life Fusion Photography