Site Visit | Seaport Boston Hotel

By Rejuvenate Staff, September 15, 2014

The Seaport District’s first hotel got a facelift when renovations to the Seaport Boston Hotel and World Trade Center were completed in April.

All guest rooms were updated, and the on-site Tamo restaurant was redesigned with more space. The project also added sustainability elements, including energy-efficient lighting, heating and cooling systems, in-room recycling programs, and Telkonet energy management systems that provide energy-saving lighting and temperature controls in rooms.

The property, which faces the famed Boston Harbor and first opened in 1998, has more than 180,000 square feet of event space, including eight ballrooms and a 394-seat amphitheater. A number of outdoor spaces are available for events, four of which connect to the ballrooms. Audiovisual, catering and floral services are available on-site, and Wi-Fi is free in meeting spaces. Six rooms can host private dining, including a loft area at Tamo for 25 people. Receptions for up to 35 attendees can be held on Tamo Terrace. The business center is open 24 hours.

The hotel has 428 guest rooms, all of which have 46-inch flat-screen TVs, large work desks and laptop-size safes. Three restaurants are on-site, and the hotel is within walking distance of many seafood spots on the pier, including the well-known No-Name Restaurant.


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