|rooms & spa||Move your mouse over the drawings to see pics of our rooms and spa. Click on the description to find out more about our six different types of rooms: Studios, Kitchenettes, Studio Themes, Big King Themes, Suites, and The Archaeologist's Digs (our stand-alone cottage).|
7 Kitchenette rooms come super-equipped with a fridge, microwave, wet bar, and other accoutrements perfect for midnight snacking. Click for details.
2 Studio rooms available with the coziest of beds, highlighted with funko-modern appointments. Click for details.
5 studio rooms with whimsical yet elegant themes. Click for details.
5 big king rooms with an additional living room sofabed area thrown in for families or annoying leg kickers. Click for details.
8 suites with multiple rooms large enough for 4-6 people. Click for details.
This way to the Archaeologist's Digs! Click for details.
Only 20 bucks gets you access to glimmering relaxation in The Shimmer Spa's two locations. Click for details.
Small meeting groups with big needs can solve the world's problems aroud our conference table (projection screen included). Click for details.
When you walk into your room at The Roxbury, we want you to smile. Whether you call it “cool design,” “whimsical elegance,” or our favorite -- “decadently over-the-top” - we’re all about design at The Roxbury and how it makes you feel. We designed our first whimsical suite, “The Shagadellic,” not knowing how people would respond to a lot of orange and yellow and a furry zebra-print couch. Will it be too bright? Will they think it’s silly? Will it give them a headache? Will I be pretty? Will I be rich?
Well, que sera sera, the response has been so overwhelming that it gave us the guts to design THREE major expansions around fun, (yet elegant - one must never forget elegance) “theme” rooms” inspired by a famous TV series, film or cartoon of the 1960’s or 70’s. The key word here is “inspired by.” We did not wish to recreate sets or exact replicas of the shows. We just allowed ourselves to get lost in the colors and textures and moods and whimsy of the shows. And we admit, yes, some of it had to do with fantasizing about what it would be like to be inside a genie’s bottle or on top of a cloud or in a cartoon space home.
This does not mean, however, that our original rooms are not also a cool experience. We learned a lot from our original rooms, and like firstborn children, we continue to nurture them and hold them dear to us because they were our first. Maturity is a good thing.