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Company Info: Rating: 4.00
Address: 200 Stuart St, Boston, MA, 02116
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- Mon: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Tue: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Wed: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Thu: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Fri: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sat: 4:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Sun: Closed
1. Dalia D.
Bottom Line: Good place to get some color or party with some friends in the summer afternoons, but expensive and hard to find good chairs.
Full review: There are so few places in Boston you can go during the summer that are nice for laying out in the sun. Until I found out about this place a few months ago, I was condemned to my vampire-like complexion unless I travelled to some island location since I am not a big fan of the nearby beaches (revere beach? I'm all set thanks).
Unlike the Colonnade Hotel that also has a rooftop pool, Revere Hotel grants non-guests access during the weekend for a $30 cover charge. It's a little steep if you go regularly considering their drinks and food are expensive for what you get but with limited options to remedy my pasty complexion, I suck it up and fork it out (note: Gilt does offer a discount deal on an unlimited pass for the season). However, if your sole purpose is to lay in the sun and you have no interest in their food and drinks - it's a pretty good deal (they set up water coolers on both decks that is complimentary for everyone).
The whole rooftop consists of two outdoor decks separated by a modest indoor pool in the middle. Overall it's pretty clean and well-maintained but I think it's a shame the pool is not outdoors. I call one side the "quiet section" which is small but has a lot of chaises for laying out and a couple of tables with umbrellas. If you are one of those solely interested in getting color and nothing else, I recommend you stick to this side because you are more likely to find available chaises here (as long as you get there by 12 or 1pm).
The other side is much larger, trendier, and more of a place to see and be seen, boasting a bar, flat beds, couches and chaises for laying out. Special events and parties are usually held on this side which can get packed. However, unless you get to the rooftop right when it opens at 11am, it is almost impossible to find a free chaise on the "trendy side" - most are already reserved. Although you can usually find flat beds that comfortably seat a group of about 6 people for $100 minimum (food & drink bill). I actually recommend this option even if you are just two/three people because if you plan on making a day out of hanging in the sun and will be ordering drinks/food, your bill will absolutely exceed the minimum required. The only down-side to this is that it's not really conducive to tanning but that may not be your thing anyway.
Both sides have bikini-clad waitresses that serve guests with drinks and food and they are very friendly but service is definitely slow and everything is quite pricey. Also the food menu is extremely limited and because their kitchen is tiny, you are even more restricted in what you can order (good luck getting a condiment!).
Overall a good place for the summer days but definitely not friendly on one's wallet considering what you get!
11/08/14 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
2. Jeff G.
Great spot and welcome addition to summer! Beautiful bartenders and servers, comfy couches, classy jello shots and of course a giant monkey. Drinks are a bit sweet but who doesn't love a hurricane on a hot day. They also have cucumber water out which is a nice touch and the scene isnt too pretentious. Always a good looking crowd and great music.
31/05/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0