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Boston based hotel chains opens the doors to stranded fire victims

By July 23, 2022No Comments

A Boston based hotel chain opened its doors last week to victims or a tragic fire that left 11 families homeless.

Smartmove Hotels, established in the town in 2016, took the decision on Tuesday evening to offer free emergency accommodation to victims of a devastating fire that took hold of a block of flats in Haven Village.

“We sympathise with all the families who are impacted by this tragic event.

As an established business, respected throughout the community, it’s in our hearts to ensure that our neighbours and communities are safe, and the victims of this fire had a roof above their heads and a bed to sleep in until appropriate action could be taken the following morning.

The doors to our flagship hotel, The Quayside, remained open throughout the duration of the night, allowing the emergency service personnel to have access to essential facilities including toilets, showers and ice cold water, much needed on the hottest day of the year on record.”

Nathan BryantMarketing Manager for Smartmove Hotels

In total, the chain accommodated 14 families throughout the night of the disaster, with many staying in hotels, and some in serviced accommodation.

Boasting an impressive portfolio of hotels, holiday homes and apartments, Smartmove Hotels are renowned for their high quality properties, some of which have won awards in recent years including the Pride of Boston award, Winner of Channel 4’s Four in a Bed, Good Hotel Award plus many more through online platforms including and