This is the only independent lodging in the rapidly evolving Seaport neighborhood; it completed extensive renovations of its guest rooms in 2014. Already comfortable, they’re now downright luxurious, with upscale linens, pillow-top mattresses, and custom Stickley furniture that has neat details like wheels on the desks. Rooms on higher floor of the 18-story building enjoy magnificent views. Tech-oriented and eco-conscious (it has its own rooftop beehives), the hotel is a great choice if you have business in the Seaport—the World Trade Center is across the street—or the Financial District. Also nearby is the Boston Children’s Museum; families can look into weekend packages and plan on spending some time in the pool. The hotel operates a shuttle to downtown destinations and an electric water taxi.
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Our Rating Neighborhood Seaport District Transportation T: Red Line to South Station, then Silver Line SL1/SL2 to World Trade Center or 20-min. walk. Or water taxi to World Trade Center. Phone 877/732-7678 or 617/385-4000 Prices $189–$479 double; from $589 suite. Valet parking $44; self-parking $34. Children 16 and under stay free in parent’s room. Weekend and family packages available. Pets under 50 lb. accepted. Amenities Restaurant; cafe; lounge; concierge; bikes; well-equipped health club; 50-ft indoor pool; room service; spa; Wi-Fi (free) Units 426 units Web site Seaport HotelBook a Room Now
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