Iconic. Historic. Forever.

The neighborhood where it all began

Whether you soak in the vibrant sun or bask in the beautiful evening glow of downtown Boston, the city has something to offer everyone. Home to the oldest public park in the US and the first American lighthouse, there’s no shortage of timeless history. Since 1912, the iconic Fenway Park has become a beacon for sports enthusiasts of all ages. If the sky is bright, you can take a stroll along the Boston Harbor or hop in a water taxi to travel around the city in style.

 

We have bakeries and coffee shops around every corner so delicious is never too far away. Incredible fine dining, bespoke cocktails, and hoppy local brews breathe fresh light to the nightlife. The theater district has every genre of entertainment from iconic stand-ups to award winning musicals. So whether you’re planning a family vacation or a romantic weekend getaway, Boston has all the culture and celebration to make the most of your time away from home.

Experience it all
Boston Common & Public Gardens
Boston Common & Public Gardens
Copley Square
Copley Square
Prudential Center
Prudential Center
Newbury Street
Newbury Street
Charles River Esplanade
Charles River Esplanade
Boston Children’s Museum
Boston Children’s Museum
Leader Bank Pavilion
Leader Bank Pavilion
Boston Tea Party Ships Museum
Boston Tea Party Ships Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art
Institute of Contemporary Art
Paul Revere House
Paul Revere House

Upcoming Events
on the Harbor

Before you arrive, find out about upcoming special events at the hotel and around Boston, including holiday celebrations, restaurant events & local festivals.

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