- 363 Plantation Street
- Worcester, Massachusetts 01605
- Phone (508) 754-5789
- Toll-Free (800) 344-2589
Beechwood Rooms & Suites
A Luxurious History
From its unique circular structure and lush landscaped grounds to its dignified yet inviting décor, the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester, MA offers its guests luxury boutique hotel lodging with spectacular visual delights both inside and out. Situated in a Biomedical Park, the trees, historical buildings and impeccable landscaping surrounding the property create a picturesque and relaxing atmosphere.
A significant addition to the hotel is the Maria Gill Wilson Room, which features a decorative carved-wood ceiling, wainscoting and beautiful stained glass windows. These elements originated from the Maria Gill Wilson Chapel, formerly part of the Worcester City Hospital. These elegant touches beautifully preserve a bit of Worcester history.
A City to Explore
The City of Worcester is the second largest City in Massachusetts and is centrally located in New England. Home to world class museums and cultural performances, exceptional architecture, and a melting pot of cultures and neighborhoods, Worcester is ready to reveal its best kept secret - Worcester is a great place to live, work, play and stay. This All-American City includes 13 colleges and universities, three sports franchises, a 15,000 seat arena, a state-of-the-art convention center, an elite medical community, exceptional dining establishments, unique attractions and shopping, fabulous parks and walking paths all nestled within seven hills. Read More
World Class Hospitality
The Beechwood Hotel is dedicated to going above and beyond our guests' expectations. As a boutique hotel, the staff a the Beechwood is better able to accommodate the needs of all of our guests so that we can provide a memorable experience and a more relaxing stay. With exceptional service, luxurious accommodations and an award-winning restaurant, the Beechwood Hotel brings world class hospitality to Central Massachusetts.
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