Lark's Portfolio of Boutique Hotels Continues to Expand
PHOTO: The Break in Narrangansett, Rhode Island. (Photos courtesy of Lark Hotels)
Lark Hotels has added two properties – The Break in Narragansett, Rhode Island and The Hotel Portsmouth in Portsmouth, New Hampshire – to its portfolio of boutique hotels. In all, Lark boasts 11 hotels and has tripled its size since its 2012 debut, the company said.
In September, Lark said it plans to add two more hotels in Stowe, Vermont, and Salem, Massachusetts.
The Break, which boasts a mid-century design theme, features 16 rooms and suites. All accommodations include Apple TVs, kimono robes, iPad with docking stations and free Wi-Fi.
The property also houses a heated outdoor pool, a spa treatment room, a lounge with a fireplace and a rooftop deck with ocean views. Bathrooms are heated in the colder months.
The cuisine at the Chair 5 restaurant offers New England cuisine infused with Asian touches.
The Hotel Portsmouth joins a Lark sister property, the Ale House Inn. The centrally located hotel was originally constructed in 1881 and is appointed with leather furnishings and artwork that reflect its nautical history. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, continental breakfast, and iPads with docking stations in rooms and suites. A bar, which will serve wine and craft beers, is scheduled to open in the coming months.
Lark’s hotels in Maine include the Pomegranate Inn in Portland, the Captain Fairfield Inn in Kennebunkport and Whitehall in Camden.
The company’s Massachusetts properties include 76 Main and 21 Broad on Nantucket. Lark’s Rhode Island hotels include the Atwater and Gilded in Newport. It also operates Blue Door Group in Mendocino, California.
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