BOSTON (CNN) – After 46 days and 1,500 hotel staff out on the picket line, the Marriott strike is ultimately.
"It's been a hell but I've been hanging strong and I live strong and I did not want to give it," said Tom Ivory who works at Taigh Westin beach.
There were 26 local attack members about the Friday trial trial.
And on Saturday, union members vote 677 to 9 to endorse a four-year new contract with the 7 Marriott hotels in Boston.
"There was a little doubt but I knew we just wanted to work together that we would do something that would benefit us all," said Brian Lang, President Unite HERE Local 26.
"The big world at the end of the day is rising and with our union now it has established a new status for hotel staff."
Union president, Brian Lang says that the contract is in force; affecting 5,000 workers on the other side; including construction, paid maternity leave, paid leave for a spouse, enhanced pension and protection for women.
"This is the best contract we've ever seen, I think this is the best contract ever seen by the town, so we'll achieve it and winning, "said Courtney Leonard, who works in the West of Scotland.
A world-wide spokeswoman says that staff who include housekeepers, chefs, restaurants and handlers will return to work early next week and "we look forward to welcoming our partners back to work"
"We are fighting for something good today for this country for this city and for the state," said Marvin Martin who works at the Carlton Ritz.
Gerry Tejeda, who also works at the Carlton Ritz, said: "Just be able to live and work in their loved city, Boston city, BOSTON STRONG WOAH!"