When business needs to get done right and done well, travelers will head straight for Boston’s financial district. Many of the biggest banks, investment firms and consulting companies have their flagship offices in the center of the city. In turn, there are many options for accommodations only a few steps from the action, so business travelers will not have to waste any time on a commute to their meetings and conferences. Some leisure travelers will also choose to stay in this bustling neighborhood, as it’s well located near several top Boston attractions, landmarks and entertainment options.
As businesses based in the Financial District are always at the top of their game, so are the hotels. Tucked in between towering skyscrapers and located along busy streets, these places to stay are comfortable as well as modern. Indulge in a room with a view to have a look at the beautiful Boston architecture and skyline where being a minute’s walking distance from the subway lines to reach fun attractions.
What to expect
Due to the size and purpose of this part of Boston, not as many boutique hotels can be found. However, this does not mean the accommodations are not beautiful, unique and lacking in style. The interior décor often mirrors some of the clean and chic looks of surrounding businesses. Travelers are given the luxury of location and looks at the same time. Most of these hotels are happy to plan excursions if there’s time for some sightseeing, or recommend where to have a perfectly crafted meal out of local, fresh ingredients. Transport can be arranged by concierge if your obligations are not within walking distance. They can also supply anything you need to get your job done, from high speed internet and work spaces to conference rooms and dry cleaning services.
In the heart of Boston
While not many people actually live in the Financial District, travelers can still be in one of the best spots for exploration around Boston Before leaving, check out some fun bars to have a pint close to he hotel, as there’s a few watering holes, cafes and coffee shops right in the area. To the south is the scenic Seaport area full of top restaurants and ferry options. The North End, or Boston’s Little Italy, borders the Financial District as well offering even more dining and entertainment. For shopping, Downtown Crossing also shares a border and has lots of department stores to poke around in. Other nearby points of interest include the famous Faneuil Hall, New England Aquarium, the city’s oldest pub and many other things to experience. From the hotels in this area, you can reach almost anything by taxi, car, subway or bus.