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New hotel opens on Nantucket

Posted by Melanie Nayer  June 27, 2012 08:39 AM

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Just in time for the summer rush, Nantucket welcomes a new hotel on its quaint little land. The Chapman House, the island's newest boutique property, just opened at 20 North Water Street. The hotel is part of Lark Hotel's portfolio, which already has the 18-room Veranda House on Step Lane in Nantucket.

The Chapman House - which labels itself a "Retro-chic Nantucket hotel with a hip edge" - has 11 guest rooms, each with a different interior design that reflects the island's playful demeanor. The rooms were designed by Rachel Reider Interiors of Boston.

room41 copy.jpgRoom 41, located on the third floor, has a queen bed, private bath and shower, iPad, Apple TV, AC, iPod docking station, houndstooth chair, custom drapes and fabrics, padded headboard and WiFi access. This room rents for $159-$339 a night. Photo credit: The Chapman House

The Chapman House will cater to modern travelers with personalized concierge services, and complimentary Wi-Fi, Apple TV, 32” flat panel televisions, DVD players and iPod docking stations in each room. Additionally, guests may enjoy champagne receptions held every afternoon in the garden of The Veranda House. Rates are from $129 to $399 depending on time of travel.

Lark Hotels, Chapman House's parent company, has hotels throughout New England in
Kennebunkport, Nantucket, and Newport.

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Melanie Nayer is a travel writer who spent many years in the newsroom before jetting off to see the world. Her goal is to bring readers the best insider information More »

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