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Hotels In Downtown: From Historic Establishments To Plush Boutiques

The Downtown Boston BID area features a diverse range of hotels, suitable for travelers of almost any budget or preference. Click on the links below to learn more about our lodging options.

Ames bar v.2 need permissionAmes Boston Hotel
1 Court St.
Year opened: 2009
Number of rooms: 114

Built in 1893 as the Ames Agricultural Tool Company, the Ames Building is considered Boston's first skyscraper and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  In 2009 the Ames opened as a luxury boutique hotel featuring lodging and conference facilities.


Elephant Castle 1Club Quarters Boston
161 Devonshire St.
Year opened: 1997
Number of rooms: 176

Strategically situated near Post Office Square, Faneuil Hall, and Boston Common, Club Quarters is a full-service hotel in a club–like atmosphere. Complimentary services include WiFi, a fitness center, and access to the Club Living Room.


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Godfrey Hotel Boston
505 Washington St.
Year opened: 2016
Number of rooms: 242

Immersed in the eclectic Theater District, walking distance from the Boston Common and the Freedom Trail, the Godfrey Hotel Boston offers a sleek lobby, fitness center, meeting space and a George Howell Coffee business right next door.


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Hyatt Regency Boston
One Ave. de Lafayette
Year opened: 1985
Number of rooms: 502

Experience the excitement of the city at the newly renovated Hyatt Regency Boston, recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2013 "Certificate of Excellence." Tour the Freedom Trail, shop at Faneuil Hall, visit museums, or catch a game at Fenway Park; it’s all just minutes from the Hyatt Regency hotel. 


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90 Tremont St.
Year opened: 2002
Number of rooms: 189

Nine Zero Hotel is across from Boston Common, in the heart of the city and within minutes of all there is to do and see in Boston. Whether you're here to work or play, Nine Zero Hotel presents an unbeatable location with services to match.

Lobby LowResOmni Parker House
60 Tremont St.
Year opened: 1855
Number of rooms: 551

The Omni Parker House offers the perfect destination for the leisure traveler, while its services and amenities appeal to those looking for a first-class hotel in Boston. Nestled in the heart of the city, the hotel is located along the Freedom Trail near Beacon Hill and Boston Common.

Untitled2The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common
10 Avery St.
Year opened: 2001
Number of rooms: 193

Conveniently located on Boston Common between the Theater District and Financial District, the hotel is front and center to all of the excitement and activity of downtown Boston. The hotel is a sanctuary of modern urban luxury in the heart of one of the nation’s most historic cities.