Hyatt Regency Boston Hotel & Boston Children's Hospital Partner on “Room for Hope”
Boston Children's Hospital and Hyatt Regency Boston have partnered to re-design a hotel room that reflects the rich history and life-saving care of Boston Children's Hospital, while making it a true “destination” for hotel guests. Hyatt customers will be given the option to select this Boston Respire hotel room
(99% allergen free) knowing that proceeds from their stay will benefit Boston Children's Hospital. The hotel will also raise funds through: donation asks at check-in, a dessert for a cause, a round-up-the-change program in the hotel restaurant, giving envelopes in every room, and an online giving opportunity with a goal of raising $25,000 for Boston Children's Hospital.
“We are delighted to partner with Hyatt Regency Boston on this truly unique opportunity,” said Carola Cadley, Vice President of Corporate Development and Special Events at Children’s Hospital Trust. “The Boston Children's Hospital “Room for Hope” at Hyatt Regency Boston will be a true destination location for hotel guests and an exciting way to help support the mission of Boston Children's Hospital.”
Philip Stamm, General Manager of Hyatt Regency Boston states, “I am thrilled to announce our partnership with Boston Children's Hospital. Our commitment to drive programs that enhance the health and wellness of our associates, neighbors and guests is epitomized by what Boston Children's Hospital is able to accomplish every day. Our associates are excited to be a part of this fund-raising initiative and can’t wait to share the “Room for Hope” with our guests and our community.”
Design elements of the room include a World Map that highlights regions where Boston Children's Hospital patients have originated, framed artwork, bathroom tiles created by Children’s patients and much more. One grateful patient family, whose child helped decorate the bathroom tiles, was chosen to spend the first night in the remodeled room. The “Room for Hope” will be available until April of 2013.
Click here for images of the Room for Hope.
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