Staying in the newest hotels in Boston lets you be among the first to experience the newest trends in amenities and perks - rooftop decks, indoor swimming pools, creatively themed onsite bars and restaurants, and hot locations.
You may also get great rates and opening discounts, especially if you're among the new hotel's first guests - so look for hotel offers.
We list these new hotels in Boston in the order of when they opened, starting with the latest.
Four Season Hotel One Dalton Street's arrival brings another 5-star luxury hotel to the ritzy Back Bay neighborhood. Stay here, and you're just a few steps from shopping along renowned Newbury Street, the city's top cultural attractions, and Fenway Park.
With 211 guest rooms topped by 160 ultra-luxury condos, the 61-story building is Boston's third tallest. You'll enjoy the sweeping views, the onsite spa, restaurant, and bar, and superb service.
68 Devonshire Street, Boston's Downtown Financial District
A superb Financial District location close to Faneuil Marketplace, top visitor sites such as the historic Freedom Trail, and the Waterfront, Hyatt Centric Faneuil Market is ideally situated for both business and leisure travelers. You're about 8-10 minutes on foot from TD Garden, plus several nearby T (subway) stations put the rest of the city within easy reach.
The 163 guestrooms and suites offer free wifi, smart TVs, bluetooth speakers, robes and slippers, and all the other amenities you'd expect in a high-end hotel. The hotel's onsite Bar Mercato gets high marks for its small plates and relaxed ambiance.
A trendy vibe, "micro" guest rooms, and - dare we say it, cheap rates position the new Revolution Hotel as one of Boston's most attractive affordable hotels, especially considering its close distance (5-10 minute walk, depending on where you're going) to Downtown Boston. Free high-speed wifi is a nice bonus.
Some of the guestrooms in this former hostel actually boast quite a bit of space along with ensuite bathrooms, but even if you choose the smallest rooms options with shared bathrooms down the hall, you'll still find plenty of public areas for hanging out, especially in the hotel's co-working space Conspire and in the onsite cafe/bistro.
Dazzling modern architecture in a brand-new building, an indoor swimming pool with private cabanas, and a relaxing roof terrace are just a few of the reasons to love The Row Hotel, located next door to Boston in Somerville.
Best of all, the hotel puts you right at the center of the exciting Assembly Row shopping/entertainment complex, yet just a 5-minute subway ride gets you to Downtown Boston.
1234 Soldier's Field Road, Boston's Allston neighborhood
Hip boutique hotel across from the Charles River and Herter Park - close to Harvard Stadium (site of Boston Calling music festival), Harvard University, Harvard Business School, Boston University's West Campus, and the Head of the Charles Regatta.
Look for affordable rates at Studio Allston Boston, spacious rooms with vibrant art by local artists, a Cuban-themed restaurant and bar with music, and a fun vibe.
No public transportation nearby unless you walk about a mile to the Harvard Square subway station - a pleasant walk - but assuming you avoid rush hour traffic, a car service ride such a Uber or Lyft to central Boston and back will cost a lot less than parking in the city for the day.
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown / North Station at TD Garden
107 Beverly Street, Boston's North End neighborhood
TheCourtyard Boston Downtown/North Station boasts a terrific location: directly across the street from famed sports and entertainment arena TD Garden, and at the edge of Boston's legendary North End neighborhood, home to over a hundred superb Italian restaurants, cafes, and bakeries.
Faneuil Marketplace is nearby, and you can easily walk to Downtown Boston - or take the commuter rail or subway from North Station.
You get all the usual Courtyard amenities, plus the pleasure of staying in a bright new building with great views from upper floors.
225 Albany Street, Boston's South End neighborhood
Located at Ink Block, an art-filled mixed-use complex once home to the Boston Herald newspaper operations in Boston's lively South End neighborhood, the AC Hotel by Marriott Boston Downtown offers a large fitness center, an outdoor dining terrace, and spacious well-designed rooms with a clean contemporary vibe.
You're also within easy walking distance of the South End's many acclaimed restaurants - plus there's a Whole Foods next to the hotel.
Boutique hotel The Alise Boston (formerly the Chandler Inn) offers 56 spacious rooms and a warm welcome in a mostly residential area of the South End neighborhood close to many wonderful restaurants and just a short walk from Back Bay Station (Amtrak, subway, commuter rail lines) and the designer boutiques at Copley Place.
You'll also enjoy the hotel's many amenities: plush robes and towels, European-style duvets on the king beds, popular onsite Trophy Room bar/bistro, affordable rates, and dog-friendly policies.
65 Seaport Boulevard in Boston's Seaport District/South Boston Waterfront
YOTEL Boston offers a unique combination in Boston's hotel scene: affordable luxury with "micro cabin" tiny but luxurious rooms at very competitive (read "cheap for Boston") rates, a super location in the sizzling hot Seaport District, and top-notch public space amenities including amazing city skyline and Boston Harbor views from their spacious 12th floor rooftop bar and terrace.
Stay here, and you'll be within walking distance of downtown plus all Seaport attractions and waterfront restaurants.
No. 284 - Luxurious Guest House in Boston's Back Bay Neighborhood
284 Commonwealth Avenue, Back Bay neighborhood
At No. 284, a small luxury guest house featuring original art in a beautifully restored Victorian mansion overlooking tree-filled Commonwealth Avenue Mall in the heart of Back Bay, you'll enjoy gracious public spaces such as a tranquil library and courtyard garden, personalized service, and luxurious accommodations.
Each of the 23 guestrooms and suites offers a special experience - or indulge yourself with a stay in the magnificent penthouse featuring an Andy Warhol lithograph.
The new Homewood Suites located less than 3 miles from Boston Logan Airport is sparkling clean, modern, comfortable, and an affordable choice whether you're flying in/out of Logan or want (relatively) cheap accommodations close to Boston with public transportation access.
Getting around is easy: take the hotel's shuttle to the airport, and either hop on your flight or head into Downtown Boston on the subway's Line or Silver Line, or a water taxi. Even easier: walk a couple of blocks from the hotel to a commuter rail station with service into Boston's North Station - an 11 minute trip.
Another perk: Homewood Suites Boston Logan offers free parking at the hotel.
Hilton Garden Inn at Patriot Place by Gillette Stadium
The Hilton Garden Inn Patriot Place is brand new, and boasts an ideal location between Gillette Stadium and all the restaurants, bars, entertainment options, and stores in Patriot Place.
Relax in the indoor salt-water pool, unwind on the outdoor patio, and enjoy the 49" flat screen TV and other amenities in your comfortable room.
Best of all, the Hilton Garden Inn places you within an easy walk to the stadium and all the fun at Patriot Place - no need to sit in your car in traffic gridlock, or find a designated driver when you want to celebrate after the game in Patriot Place's popular sports bars.
Porter Square Hotel's 65 guest rooms and suites are a welcome addition to places to stay near Harvard University's Cambridge campus, plus a subway Red Line station hear the hotel puts the rest of Boston within easy reach.
You'll enjoy the hotel's modern vibe, lovely outdoor terrace, and amenities such as fluffy robes and slippers for your stay.
Plus if you arrive by car, Porter Square Hotel offers overnight valet parking at one of the lowest rates in the Boston/Cambridge area - as well as affordable rates for your accommodations.
At first glance, there's no obvious reason to stay in this sleek new AC Hotel on the western edge of Cambridge unless a work trip brings you to the business/research park where it's located.
But here's the "hidden secret" lure of the AC Hotel Cambridge for Boston or Cambridge visitors: it's just a 5-minute walk to Alewife Station on Boston's Red Line, which will get you to Harvard Square in 10 minutes or Downtown Boston in 20 minutes.
You can also typically find significantly lower rates here compared with pricey downtown hotels, especially if you book in advance.
And the hotel itself is lovely, with plushly comfortable guest rooms and well-equipped suites, stylish public spaces, and a tranquil outdoor terrace.
A mix of comfortable guest rooms, light-filled public spaces, and a convenient location next to Boston's Convention Center makes the Aloft Boston Seaport an easy choice in this neighborhood.
You're just a short walk to Seaport restaurants, nightlife, and cultural attractions - or hop on the Silverline to the Downtown Financial District, Freedom Trail, and other Boston attractions. The Aloft is also close to CruisePort.
Located across the street from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Element Boston Seaport Hotel offers a mix of guestrooms, studio suites, and suites, all sporting comfy pillowtop king beds and fully equipped kitchens.
Like its Marriott Aloft sibling next door, the Element is close to the Black Falcon Cruise Terminal, restaurants overlooking Boston Harbor, and other Seaport District attractions such as the Blue Hills Pavilion, home to many of Boston's top summer concerts.
The Godfrey Hotel, a glamorous 4-star jewel occupying an historic building on Washington Street in the midst of theaters, restaurants, and clubs, gives you a bird's eye view of this lively part of Boston.
You'll enjoy being able to walk everywhere in just a few minutes - although with all the luxury touches including Frette linens and complimentary high-speed WiFi, you may want to stay in.
Check out the special deals when booking at the Godfrey - you'll usually find some good ones.
Even though these new Boston hotels haven't opened yet, they're already getting plenty of buzz. So note their expected opening dates, look for possible opening discounts, and stay tuned for more!
Four Seasons, One Dalton Street (Christian Science Plaza), 250 Mass Ave, Back Bay neighborhood, projected opening May 28, 2019 - 211 guest rooms topped by 160 ultra-luxury condos in a 61-story, 742 foot tower set to be the third tallest building in Boston
Cambria Hotel, 6 W. Broadway, South Boston, walking distance to the Convention Center, is projected to open on May 15, 2019
The Whitney, 170 Charles Street in Beacon Hill; slated to open on August 1, 2019 - luxury hotel with 66 guest rooms and suites, a courtyard and garden, onsite restaurant and bar, pet-friendly
Marriott Moxy Hotel, 240 Tremont Street, Theatre District, projected opening Q2 2019 - a 23-story micro-hotel next to the Wilbur Theatre with 340 rooms, a rooftop bar, and a 2-story electronic billboard wrapping around its cantilevered corner at Tremont and Stuart Streets
Read more at: https://www.bisnow.com/boston/news/hotel/marriott-moxy-finally-breaks-ground-71804?utm_source=CopyShare&utm_medium=Browser
CitizenM Boston North Station, 80-120 Causeway Street at Bulfinch Triangle, West End/TD Garden - "affordable luxury" on top of North Station with 272 guestrooms, a cook vibe, and amazing views - January, 2020
Marine Wharf Hotel (2 hotels in one - a Hampton Inn and a Homewood Suites), Boston Marine Industrial Park, 660 Summer Street, Seaport District/South Boston Waterfront, projected opening Q2 2020
Boston Landing Hotel, Brighton, projected opening 2020
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