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The Westin Boston Waterfront

425 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

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Hotel Description:

Our location in Bostons artfully revitalized waterfront district is less than three miles from Logan International Airport. A short walk, cab, water taxi or T train ride delivers guests to the Financial District or an array of family attractions. The Westin Boston Waterfront is the city's meeting hub. Featuring 80,000 square feet of versatile event and exhibition space, the Westin is the only hotel connected via sky bridge to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Overlook Boston Harbor or the sparkling skyline from one of our 793 welcoming guest rooms, including 29 suites, one Hospitality, and two Presidential Suites. Whatever your choice, the plush Westin Heavenly Bed and spa-like Heavenly Bath await.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM
Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  16
Number of rooms:  793
Time zone:  EDT

Restaurants:

MJ O'Connor's: Eclectic Irish food and spirits, in a warm and friendly atmosphere with beautifully handcrafted woodwork and murals, make this authentic, upscale Irish pub one of Boston s favorite destinations.
Starbucks Coffee: Satisfy your craving with a freshly brewed coffee, mocha, latte or other favorite drink at Starbucks in our lobby, offering a full complement of snacks and lighter fare items.
City Bar: Conveniently located in the lobby of The Westin Boston Waterfront, City Bar surrounds guests in contemporary comfort with signature cocktails and a tempting bar menu.
Birch Bar and Patio: Centrally located between the reception area, hotel elevators, and pathway to the convention center, Birch Bar and Patio offers handcrafted cocktails and snacks amid birch trees. Weather permitting, enjoy light fare and cocktails outdoors.
Sauciety: A fresh American grill, Sauciety is unique among Boston restaurants. In a setting that echoes a serene, modern art gallery in neutral hues highlighted with brilliant jewel tones, the breakfast and lunchtime vibes are comfortably casual.

Room Info:

Standard: Smoke detectors, Electrical adaptors available, Hairdryer, Cribs, Iron, Slippers, Data port, Telephone, null, Coffee/Tea maker, Minibar, Ergonomic chair, Desk, Rollaway bed, Alarm clock, High speed internet connection, Turn down service, Wake-up calls, Knock light, Connecting rooms, Non-smoking, Air conditioning

Meeting Facilities:

Griffin:
Carlton:
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Independence:
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Galleria:
Lewis:
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Harbor Ballroom:
Foyer:
Burroughs:
Executive Board Room:
Bulfinch:
Hale:
Faneuil:
Douglas:
Adams:
Alcott:
Quincy:
Revere:
Paine:
Hancock:
Webster:
Stone:
Otis:
Sections B & C:
Sections A & B:
Section C:
Section B:
Section A:
Commonwealth Ballroom:
Sections B,C,D & E:
Sections C,D, & E:
Sections A & B:
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Section D:
Section C:
Section B:
Section A:
Grand Ballroom:
Frost:

Hotel Amenities:

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Exterior
Exterior

Lobby
Lobby

Meeting Room
Meeting Room

Bar
Bar

Restaurant
Restaurant



Location Description:
The revitalized Boston Waterfront bustles with activity, from culinary to cultural including the city's stunning new landmark: the Institute of Contemporary Art. The area offers terrific options for runners or walkers, but of course guests may also enjoy easy access to water taxis, ferries and tour boats as well as the T train. Steps from The Westin Boston Waterfront, an aquatic shuttle takes you to the historic Boston Harbor Islands a national park like no other. It includes 34 islands that lie within the large "C" shape of Boston Harbor. It's a quick ride to the Back Bay, the Financial District, and family attractions such as the New England Aquarium and the Boston Childrens Museum. Shoppers will be happy to know that Downtown Crossing, Bostons historic shopping district, is just 10 minutes from the hotel. The district is home to more than 300 boutiques and specialty shops from buttons to books as well as major department stores, including Macys. All around the marketplace, pushcart vendors offer enticing food options and the kind of colorful merchandise that makes shopping here a unique experience. Also not far from the hotel is Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. It's the seat of American history and the site of one of America's most famous shopping and dining experiences, Faneuil Hall Marketplace. For over 250 years, the marketplace has played an integral role in the life of Boston's residents.

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