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Perfect for Business, Better for Pleasure: Check into Boston's Financial District Hotels



Whether in town for business or pleasure Boston's Financial District is overrun with hotels to house you. Spend less time commuting to work each day by making your next business stay at one of the city's commerce central hotels.  

Stay at the Marriott's Custom HouseHilton, Langham or the Oakwood Apartments One India Street Boston and you'll find yourself in the midst of Boston's hustle and bustle, surrounded by skyscrapers and folks in business suits. At night, the area transforms into a hot bed of pubs, bars and other nightlife that puts you in the evening action. No car will be needed as you can check in and walk to most of what you'll need. 

The convenience of these hotels is not overshadowed by the stellar dining options that dot the streets. Within walking distance you'll find the Palm, Nebo, and Meritage; all are ideal for entertaining business associates as well as wooing someone special. 

Boston's Financial District sits just steps away from many popular Boston attractions. Check out sea life at the New England Aquarium, frolic on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, cruise around Boston Harbor, shop Faneuil Hall, take in an event at TD Garden, and dine in the North End.

Turn your work trip into a vacation and have the family tag along because they'll love the easy access to the area attractions. 

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Set in the heart of Boston's Financial District, Oakwood Apartments is the opportunity to escape the hotel scene and stay in the privacy of a downtown apartment building. Rented both furnished for those looking for a short term stay or something a bit longer. Minimum nights stays may be required, so this may not be the place to check in for a week, but those in town for a month or longer will enjoy amenities like the high speed, wireless internet, and in unit washer and dryer. In the center of the city it does not have to be all work and no play as you can easily walk your way to all the sights.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: Excellent for the guest in need of an extended staying Boston's Financial District, Oakwood is accessible to everything you'd need.

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In the midst of the Financial District, housed in what was once a mercantile shipping warehouse on the Boston harbor, the Harborside Inn is now a European style boutique hotel. The design is supplemented by the latest technology to ensure business travelers the chance to work where they'll sleep. Extra important as this hotel has a Financial District location. The focus on being a European boutique hotel is clear in all they do from decor to rooms that are clean, elegant and simple. State-of-the-art amenities include free wireless internet with 24 hour technical support, stereo systems, DVD/CD players, LCD televisions, voicemail, and even a movie library.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Harboside Inn is your boutique choice when visiting the Financial District; lovely decor and excellent service in a smaller setting make this an excellent choice.

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Seated on Boston's HarborWallk, next to the New England Aquarium, and across from the Financial District, is the Marriott Long Wharf. 397 guest rooms and 15 suites come complete with 37" flat screen TVs, wireless high speed Internet and MP3 technology as well as complimentary safes, refrigerators and coffee makers. Top it off with 300 thread count sheets and you can easily rest your head in one of these recently updated hotel rooms and find your to the Boston Convention Center, just a mile and a half away. Walk the HarborWalk to get your exercise or take a short cab ride.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Marriott Longwharf Hotel is along the waterfront, across from the Financial District and around the corner from the North End.

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Across from the Financial District sits the gleaming tower of glass that is the InterContinental Hotel. Overlooking Boston Harbor, within walking distance to the Boston Convention Center, with amenities, restaurants and a bustling bar, it is easy to see why guests are flocking to this fabulous hotel. With outstanding business amenities, those here to work can do so from from the comfort of their room. When looking to get out and enjoy a bit of what Boston has to offer, the location of the InterContinental is key as it skirts the edge of Boston Harbor, with a water taxi pick up right outside your door, taking you to any of the fabulous haunts that make their home in the bustling area that surrounds the InterContinental Hotel.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The InterContinental Hotel offers modern luxury for those looking for a waterfront stay on the water, across from the Financial District.

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The Ames Boston Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
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Opened in 2009, in one of Boston's most special buildings, the city's first skyscraper, is Ames. Ames is a blend of historical charm and modern luxury. Guestrooms are welcome respites from the daily grind (whether it be sightseeing or business), but one of the best things about Ames is Woodward, its award winning restaurant. The feel of this modern tavern puts out fresh plates of local food that is sure to please your palate. But, best of all is its Financial District location, making the Ames a few simple steps away from all you want to do. Specials make the Ames even more attractive as they often toss in extras in collaboration with area businesses.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Ames Boston Hotel is tucked along a side street between Downtown and the Financial District where a short walk gets you almost anywhere.

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A stay at the Boston Harbor Hotel comes complete with spectacular views and a central location. Here, relaxation is not an option. On the waterfront, across from the Financial District, the Boston Harbor Hotel lets you escape after a day in the office. The knowledgeable staff and serene surroundings make it impossible do anything other than enjoy. A five star hotel on Boston's Rowes Wharf, it does not get much better than this. The Boston Harbor Hotel is the ideal place to hang your hat while in Boston. Expensive for sure, but well worth the splurge for the views alone. Just be sure to leave the hotel, with all this luxury you may have to be forced out the door.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Boston Harbor Hotel is a 5 star waterfront spot ideal for those with discriminating taste who need to be close to the Financial District.

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Smack dab in the center of Boston's Financial District sits the stately Langham Hotel. The exterior alone propels images of grandeur as you may your way into the well adorned lobby of this luxury hotel. Every room exudes sophistication as the decor is carefully chosen to makes guests feel special. Business minded individuals are met with high quality amenities to make working away from home a bit easier, and those looking t enjoy the sights are situated just moments away from the Waterfront, Faneuil Hall and Downtown Crossing. The hotel itself is home to many appealing "sights" including a spa, indoor pool, multiple restaurants and the highly acclaimed Chocolate Bar.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Langham, Boston is suited for business travelers as well as those in town for pleasure; the location allows easy access to the entire city.

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Bostonian Hotel sits alongside Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, making it the ideal Financial District location for work and play. Easy access to many eating, drinking and sightseeing venues adds a little down time to your work trip. Recently renovated, guestrooms are stylish and allow space to unwind after a busy day. The lobby is an inviting place to unwind after your busy day out and about. Enjoy the gas burning fireplace, artwork and reading area. Although you'll feel a world away, you're a short distance from the Boston Convention Center, Cruise port and many attractions. A healthy walk or quick cab ride is all it takes to deposit you at your hotel.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: On the edge of the Financial District the Bostonian Hotel is an escape in the heart of the action.

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Boston's first art deco skyscraper, built in 1928 is home to the Financial Districts's Hilton Hotel. Renovated to reflect modern times (and include modern amenities), the Hilton is a perfect mix of history and modernity. With a continued commitment to boutique service, this centrally located spot allows guests to relax in spacious rooms complete with period furnishings and spectacular views. Business amenities are in abundance and include cordless, two-line phones and wireless high-speed Internet access. Best of all, you'll find yourself in the heart of the Financial District with easy access to the offices surrounding, Faneuil Hall, the waterfront, North End, Greenway and transportation. And getting to and from the airport is a breeze.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: The Hilton Boston Downtown is in the heart of Boston's Financial District, allowing you easy access to offices, and activities.

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Marriott Vacation Club Pulse at Custom House, Boston
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Marriott's Custom House is a landmark that stands tall over Boston Harbor. Situated in the Financial District this is a perfect place for the business traveler (or business traveler with family). Steps away from many of Boston's attractions, it is a great place to work and play. As a timeshare location, luxury and elegance are of paramount importance. The hotel provides a resort feel offering guests refreshments in the Counting Room Lounge, and an open-air observation deck on the 26th floor. Consisting of suites and catering to extended stays, the Marriott Custom House offers a mixture of location and amenities to provide you with a perfect stay.

Recommended for Financial District Hotels because: One of the best views in Boston is found at the top of the Marriott Custom House where an exterior walk gives guest 360 views.

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