Art Of The Stay

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.

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National Coffee Day

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:

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National Dog Day at the Envoy Hotel Boston

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.

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Aerial view of the Sephora, with its freeform metal roof in the foreground, shown in its new historical context within Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace. (© Cole Smothers)

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.

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Boston Harbor Skyline

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.

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Faneuil Hall Marketplace - Quincy Market

Visiting Boston would not be complete without an afternoon at the famed Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Jovial and always festive, the kind of eclectic spirit found at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a signature Boston experience, and if you have been looking for a ‘snapshot’ or ‘slice of life’ type of tourist attraction, this would be the perfect place to start. Measuring a whopping 200,000 square feet, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is occupied by dozens of retailers and office, and its famed cobblestone paths are filled with musicians and street performers with the most memorable and entertaining routines.

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The Institute of Contemporary Art

Boston is known for its postmodernity, its openness to art, music, and culture, and best of all – the city itself inspires drive and creativity like none other. That’s why staying at The Envoy Hotel, a Seaport Boston Hotel, makes complete sense if you are interested in visiting nearby cultural centers and attractions, including the Institute of Contemporary Art. As of this writing, the ICA Boston is featuring William Forsythe’s Choreographic Objects (Oct. 31, 2018-Feb. 21,2019), Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company: Analogy Trilogy, Sundance Film Festival Shorts, and the February School Vacation Week: Stories You Can See.

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The Envoy Hotel Boston - Lookout Rooftop Bar

Innovation District has always been one of the best areas in Boston to begin your tour of this grand city, and The Envoy Hotel is one of the premier choices for accommodations at Boston’s seaport district.

Surrounded by water and the magnificent city skyline, The Envoy Hotel boasts of luxurious, modern accommodations fit for every type of guests, and renowned five-star service that will surely make your stay a classy and memorable one.

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Boston Children's Museum

The Boston Children’s Museum has been serving the greater Boston area for a hundred years, and is recognized as a leader in the global museum community.

Visited annually by droves of families and kids, this kid-friendly museum is actually a research institution that focuses on children’s exhibits, educational exhibits, and many more.

Visiting the Boston Children’s Museum is visiting a unique haven for many kinds of learning experiences for kids, and the impact the museum can have on children is invaluable. The Boston Children’s Museum also curates and maintains a unique collection of museum items numbering 50,000 as of last count.

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