In business since 1855 and claiming the title “America’s longest continuously operating hotel,” the Parker House offers a range of rooms, with most on the extremely compact end of the scale. The public spaces have a 19th-century old-world grandeur, and the hotel is right on the Freedom Trail. But its real claim to fame is being the acknowledged inventor of both the Boston cream pie and buttery Parker House dinner rolls. Both are available here and generate their own tourist traffic.
Omni Parker House
60 School Street, Boston, MA 02108, US
Our Rating Neighborhood Seaport District Transportation T: Government Center Phone 888/444-6664 Prices Doubles $99-$530 Amenities Restaurant; 2 bars; fitness center; Wi-Fi ($10) Parking (valet) $51 Units 551 units Web site Omni Parker House
Map60 School Street Boston MA 02108 US Boston
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