Kosher Hotel w/Mikvah Being Built in Suburban Boston

Last updated: April 6, 2015

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Construction began in the fall on the King David hotel and synagogue in West Roxbury, a suburb of Boston, Massachusetts, and a short drive south from Jewish neighborhoods in Brookline, Newton, Brighton, and an equally short drive north from Sharon, MA.

The King David hotel will have a total of 5 floors, approximately 50,000 ft.² of luxurious space, including 69 rooms.

The lower level will house the King David health club which will include a large swimming pool, heated Jacuzzi, exercise room, barbershop, and his & hers mikvahs.

The main level (lobby) will have a kosher King David grill and bar restaurant, gift shop, synagogue, and a 6000 ft.² large social room with stage and dancing floor for all events.

The 2nd – 4th floors will have approximately 100 luxurious suites.

Timing is unclear as to when this will be completed.


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  • Jonathan Abbett

    West Roxbury is part of the City of Boston, not a suburb. Also, West Roxbury is adjacent to Newton and Brookline, whereas Sharon is a 30 minute drive.

  • Joshua Pines

    This is a bit of a head scratcher. While WR has a small Jewish community, it has no observant community of which I am aware. The closest ones are probably 3+ miles away so this will not be a “stay nearby for simchas” kind of place. I guess this is aimed at simchas that will be headquartered there (and only there) but that seems like a narrow market.