Thinking of a truly romantic getaway for Valentine’s Day? With February 14 just around the corner, it’s best to plan ahead, and it’s best to pick a top choice for you and your spouse or significant other to enjoy together.
January 28, 2020 is National Plan for Vacation Day, and on this day, people are encouraged to plan their time off for the rest of the year! The simple fact is we’re busier than ever as a society, and slowing down is becoming less and less of a priority. It’s time to take back your time and spend some time dedicated to recovering this year.
The Envoy Hotel is a Boston waterfront luxury hotel like none other. Set against the beautiful city skyline, our iconic hotel has redefined what it means to stay in the great city of Boston any time of the year. However, if you really want to know a city and feel its magic, then you owe it to yourself to spend the holidays there.
The Envoy Hotel is considered a pioneer in the Seaport District. As an AAA Four-Diamond rated hotel, we offer 136 well-appointed rooms and newly renovated public and common spaces that are designed to heighten the overall guest experience. We’re also the home of the Lookout Rooftop Bar and the Outlook Kitchen – your perfect starting point for cocktails and your personal gastronomic journey down the city’s New England traditions and contemporary American cuisine.
Fall is upon us, and as the days gets progressively cooler, it’s time to sit back and unwind in one of the coolest cities in the US – Boston. Whether you are a foodie, visiting as a family, a photographer, or simply someone who is looking for something new to discover, our city truly has it all.
October is as good a month to visit Boston and stay at The Envoy Hotel as any, as our city is always teeming with life and events for every age and interest. However, the fall season does offer some unique experiences and sights to see this time of the year! The beautiful crimson and gold leaves begin to appear in early October, and this signals a bountiful time to travel and feed your soul in one of the most iconic cities near the sea.
October 25 is International Artists Day, and there is simply no better way to spend this day as an artist than at The Envoy Hotel. The Envoy Hotel itself is a living piece of art, and takes pride in its unique architecture that encourages not just rest, but also thoughtfulness and creativity.
If you’re an artist and would like to visit the city of Boston to celebrate International Artists Day, know that the hotel itself serves as a gateway to the Fort Port Arts Community, and has its own art space, complete with commissioned works.
September 29, 2019 is National Coffee Day, and what better way to enjoy this day than to enjoy Seaport District’s best coffee shops?
We’ve rounded up some of the most highly recommended coffee shops in the district so you will know where to go when you visit Boston this September:
National Dog Day is just around the corner on August 26 and we’re getting ready to celebrate! Bring your four-legged friend and enjoy this year with an exciting visit and stay in Boston, which also happens to be the home of our iconic Envoy Hotel. The National Dog Day initiative came about in 2004, thanks to the work of Colleen Paige.
Modern city life wouldn’t be complete without iconic spaces like the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which affords people an inextricable link to Boston’s eclectic and open culture. This summer, visit Boston and engage in a one of a kind city adventure by making sure that you visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Boston is definitely one of those cities where surprises just keep on coming, and there is always something great to look forward to when you visit. If you haven’t explored Boston recently, know that there are always awesome ways to make the most out of your trip to this eclectic and well-loved city. Your best and most memorable trip to Boston begins with our rundown of the top five fun things to do near the Boston Harbor.
The Boston Seaport District offers a wealth of enjoyment to guests and there is an almost endless itinerary of places to visit. If you are planning to visit Boston this summer, you needn’t worry about bringing your kids, because there will definitely be plenty to do when you arrive.