It’s no secret that Boston has an immense amount of local pride, especially when it comes to sports. Home of the Celtics, Red Sox, and Bruins, there is no lack of home team spirit in Beantown. That’s why it was in true Boston style that the Ames Boston Hotel decided to dedicate an entire suite to Boston Bruins legend, Bobby Orr. Part of their six million dollar renovation, the special suite is the only themed suite among the 114 rooms and is thoughtfully designed with true hockey fans in mind.
A Mini Memorabilia Museum
The minute you walk into the Bobby Orr suite, you’ll see that some serious heart went into its creation. Curated personal and historical memorabilia are carefully positioned throughout the suite, from Orr’s retired banner hanging over the bed to a replica of the scorecard that marks his clench Stanley Cup overtime-winning goal from 1970.
Celebrating the Best of Boston
The room is more than just a tribute to Bobby Orr, but to the Bruins as an iconic part of Boston culture. The Bruins as a team were the first American franchise to join the NHL, during a time when hockey was seen as an exclusively Canadian sport. Since then they’ve won six Stanley Cups and have produced over fifty Hall of Famers.
Stay Surrounded by History
A stay in the Bobby Orr suite is a truly once in a lifetime experience that is now topping the bucket lists of many Bruins fans. The suite runs anywhere from $500 to $1,500 depending on the season, and proceeds go The Bobby Orr Hall of Fame. To learn more about this exclusive suite and how to reserve it for your next Boston stay, check out the Ames Boston Hotel website.