by Natasha Wolff | July 30, 2015 10:03 am
Just a few blocks walk from The Nantucket Hotel & Resort—where guests can enjoy well appointed rooms, gourmet dining and expert spa treatments—sits the oldest house on Nantucket, an 1686 charmer built as a wedding present for one of the island’s most prominent couples. And while Nantucket’s only year-round hotel certainly offers more in the way of modern comfort than that historic house—especially considering a recently constructed set of poolside suites—it seems just at home on the celebrated Massachusetts island, which plays host to bold-face names and generations of locals alike. Here, General Manager Jamie Holmes gives us the scoop on which of the charming hotel’s rooms is most in demand.
The most requested room:
The Point Suite
What makes it so special:
This suite has grand views of Brant Point, The Jetties and Cliff Road and is absolutely without a doubt the best view of the Fourth of July and The Boston Pops fireworks.
Out of season: $295 to $495 per night. In season: $625 to $1,335 per night.
Your personal favorite:
The Spinnaker Suite
This one bedroom suite has a wonderful floor plan with the architectural detail of the turret built in to the room and a day bed built into the window seating. The quaint window seating overlooks Easton Street and Nantucket Harbor. The suite has both a glassed-in shower and luxurious bath along with three separate closets, a full kitchenette and pull-down kids’ bed making it ideal for families or groups.
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We are the last Grand Dame hotelfrom the turn of the century left on Nantucket and the only year-round hotel on the island to stay open through the winter. Parked out front the hotel is a vintage 1934 Ford bus, which the owner Mark Snider has refurbished to its former glory, it shuttles guests to and from local beaches and pick ups from the ferry.
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