The gold sofa in the lobby is the first indication that Triton isn’t like other antique-cluttered, flower-festooned hotels. Originally opened in 1913, the bohemian spot is inspired by Jack Kerouac—pages from ”On the Road” collage the walls and local artists display their work in the mezzanine. The eclectic aesthetic carries through to the 140 guest rooms: a zebra-print headboard here, a high-backed red throne there; psychedelic paintings; checkerboard tile. But the Triton isn’t all razzle-dazzle. Amenities include Frette linens, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, free cookies, and complimentary wine.
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342 Grant Ave
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