Visionaries, boundary pushers, tastemakers, dealmakers and rule breakers at The Revolution Hotel.

As a member of Provenance Hotels, The Revolution Hotel has cultivated relationships with several Co-Conspirators in Boston.

These partners are the individuals and brands we collaborate with to create experiences that inspire and delight our guests, from the bath products in each room to the beehives on our rooftop. Learn more about our partners below:

Bee Local

Every honor bar at Dossier is stocked with Bee Local honey. The company is committed to sustainable beekeeping, and produces a variety of small-batch honeys—each jar traceable back to a specific hive. TSA-friendly jars of the hyper-local product are available to bring home as well, so you can bring home an all-natural Dossier souvenir.

Bull in China Barware

All of the barware and in Dossier suites come from Bull in China, a Portland-based company founded by local bar industry vets Lucas Plant, Daniel Osborne and Katie Burnett. The trio shared a passion for vintage barware, and soon transitioned into hand-producing their own mixing glasses. Now, whenever guests make themselves a drink at Dossier, they’re using Portland-original products.

Coopers Hall Winery & Tap Room

Looking for a true taste of the Pacific Northwest? Dossier serves wines from local favorite, Coopers Hall Winery & Tap Room. The East Portland winery produces vintages from grapes grown under an hour outside of Portland, at vintner Phil Kramer’s Alexeli vineyard. The offerings change with the seasons, but signature bottles include pinot noirs, cabernet sauvignons and Rieslings.

Ferment Brewing Company

Every day, Dossier invites guests to gather in the lobby for our craft beer and kombucha hour, featuring drinks from Ferment Brewing Company. Based in Hood River, an hour east of Portland, Ferment fuses traditional farmhouse brewing methods with 21st century scientific advances, making for robust brews with unique flavors. Guests can also enjoy Ferment’s beer and kombucha at our restaurant Opal, where it’s served on tap.

Hilary Horvath Flowers

Portland florist Hilary Horvath began her career in Indiana and Chicago before moving to the Pacific Northwest. Now, she’s established relationships with many local flower growers, who produce an ever-changing bounty of plants. At Dossier, Horvath helps bring Oregon nature indoors, regularly providing floral arrangements for our events and seasonal decorations. Whether wild and rustic or simply elegant, Horvath’s flower displays always remind guests of the region’s unique natural beauty.

Jacobsen Salt Co.

Jacobsen Salt Co. is a local purveyor that, when it opened in 2011, became the first company to harvest salt in the Pacific Northwest since Lewis and Clark built a salt works in 1805. Guests at Dossier will find its salt in their rooms’ honor bars.