Where to Stay

There are plenty of great hotels in the Seaport District so come and stay, whether it be for work or for play.

Listed below are the hotels in the 02210 ZIP code – that means, within walking distance of the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, and the World Trade Center, where many visitors are going when they come to the Seaport.

Where I’ve written “limited service” don’t be discouraged; I just mean there’s not an on-site restaurant. There are plenty of restaurants in the neighborhood and in many cases, across the street from these hotels. So, stay anywhere.

And, the “walking distance” is a rough estimate, given a leisure pace. I bet I could make it in less time but I walk fast. For “15” or “20-minute walking distance”, it’s probably easier to hop in a cab or Uber, but on a nice day, it’s an easy walk.

Best of all, every one of these hotels has been built within the past decade (several within the past 2-3 years!) so they’re nice and clean and new inside.

For complete details on each hotel, check out the Hotel Directory.

Aloft1-minute walk to BCEC; limited-service315 D Street, Boston, MA 02210
Element1-minute walk to BCEC; limited-service325 D Street, Boston, MA 02210
Envoy15-minute walk to BCEC; hip, stylish10 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA 02210
InterContinental20-minute walk to BCEC; full-service, luxury500 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02210
Renaissance5-minute walk to BCEC; full-service606 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210
Residence Inn15-minute walk to BCEC; limited-service370 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210
Seaport Hotel5-minute walk to BCEC; attached to World Trade Center1 Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210
Westin HotelAttached to BCEC; full-service425 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
Yotel15-minute walk to BCEC; limited-service; tourist-class10 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA 02210