New Year's Eve Celebration

The holidays are a wonderful time of the year. While it can get quite busy, shopping for gifts, visiting family, and dealing with the extra traffic, there’s a lot to be thankful for as we move closer to a new year. We’ve gotten through Thanksgiving, winter holidays are just about upon us, and then we’re right into New Year celebrations. With highs in the low 40s in December and even lower into January, Boston is a classic, wintery location to spend the holidays, and the start of the New Year.

Here at The Envoy Hotel, we offer cozy accommodations and plenty to do around the holidays. While our rooftop bar may be closed due to the seasonal weather, the Outlook Kitchen & Bar makes up for it and then some. Our AAA Four-Diamond rated hotel has 136 guestrooms, each one offering you a getaway you’ll always remember. Whether you’re bringing the kids along, or staying put for a romantic holiday getaway, we’re here to help you celebrate memories that last.

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Boston Accommodations

Conveniently located in the Seaport District of Boston, The Envoy Hotel is a mix of bold innovation and comfortable hospitality. With 136 rooms and suites available, we offer a modern, forward-thinking design, paired with an easy-going vibe that keeps guests coming back. Let’s discuss our guestrooms and what we have available for your visit.

Our Boston Innovation District accommodations are a mix of thoughtful surprise and considered comfort, enhancing your visit and giving you a unique opportunity to revel in the details, yet feel right at home. Classic and deluxe rooms are both available, each with their own personality. Our rooms are the definition of modern, with big windows and plenty of light, as well as an open floor plan.

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Boston Waterfront Hotel

The Envoy is a visionary, Boston Hotel near both the Innovation and Seaport District. It’s bold, original style of hospitality is unmatched near Boston Harbor. The inspired community and growing interest in the area has brought about many changes and innovations. Let’s learn more about the Boston Waterfront area, so you can plan ahead and get the most out of it during your stay.

The Boston Waterfront is made up of separate, distinct neighborhoods, as well as the Harborwalk that runs along the water near shops, restaurants, and other fun stops. Our hotel is extremely close to the harbor, right off of Seaport Boulevard. Before setting off to explore, you’ll need to decide what’s most important for you to see on your journey.

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The Envoy Hotel is Boston’s premier, waterfront luxury hotel. With elegant, Seaport District accommodations, it’s a fantastic spot to stay during the upcoming fall season. With both rooms and suites available, it’s great for many different size groups, families, and business professionals traveling for work. With 136 guest rooms to choose from, there’s an option for everyone.

The fall season in Boston begins to cool down quickly, with average highs cooling off into the middle 70s in September, low 60s in October, and down into the low 50s in November. When visiting, remember to bring your winter clothes and always wear layers. You can always take clothes off, but if you didn’t bring enough for the cool weather, you’ll be running out to buy some.

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Institute of Contemporary Art Boston

The Envoy Hotel in Boston is located in the Seaport Distinct, which is also near the Innovation District. Recent developments have brought new life to the area, sparking a lot of new growth in the form of new restaurants, buildings, and concepts. Staying at the Envoy means you’ll be conveniently located to all of the best spots. The hotel itself has a bottom-level full service restaurant, as well as a rooftop bar, with small eats and a large cocktail list. With many glass elements and gorgeous, modern rooms, you’ll be delighted with your stay with us.

For artists and fans of art, we’d like to introduce to you our Explore the Institute of Contemporary Art special offer. For a limited time, we’re offering a special package to combine with your stay. Overnight accommodations are included in a harbor view, deluxe guest room. The offer includes complimentary valet parking (a $46 value), two specialty hand-crafted cocktails in the Outlook Kitchen & Bar, a complimentary breakfast for two in the Outlook Kitchen & Bar, as well as two tickets to the Institute of Contemporary Art upon check in. Continue reading

 

One of the Innovation District’s hottest spots is the rooftop Lookout bar at the Envoy Hotel, here in the heart of downtown Boston. The originality and hospitality showcased is hard to match. Coined as visionary thinking, mixed with maverick mojo, the Lookout’s bold character oozes class, community and comfort.

The main theme at The Envoy Hotel is innovation and design. This is quite evident throughout its lobby and rooms, as well as the restaurants and amenities. The rooftop bar is an extension of this, as well as the other in-house restaurants, state-of-the-art fitness center, business workstations (and printers) in the lobby, USB charging ports, and outlets throughout nearly all common areas. There’s even a virtual pool table to top it all off.

The summer is the time to enjoy the outdoors in Boston. The Lookout rooftop bar is closed during the winter months; call ahead to confirm on its schedule. Opened in mid-2015, the Lookout is The Envoy’s premier rooftop bar. Typically open from 5pm to midnight, the spot offers beautiful skyline and harbor views. Small bites include a hummus platter, shrimp cocktail, spinach dip with chips, and a house recipe for spicy nuts.

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Boston Rooftop Vacation

 

Boston, Massachusetts is the biggest city within New England, making it one of the most preferred for honeymoons, romantic getaways, and vacations in the Northeast. A great way to keep your vacation costs down is by packaging together deals on a hotel, activities, and possible even travel. These packages and pricing will depend primarily on what you’re looking to accomplish with your stay.

Are you looking to simply getaway for the weekend? Are you near Boston and will be driving in? Will you be staying for your honeymoon, planning a corporate event, or traveling for business? Getaways are typically vacations from nearby, for either a weekend or week. Many travelers choose to begin by exploring the city when they first get in. This historic city has much to see, including many lake views, old-style architecture, and museums.

If you’re looking to take in museums and attractions instead of exploring the city, the Boston CityPass is an excellent way to package up your visits and save big. The pass is valid for nine days, and includes admission to the New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, Skywalk Observatory, and Museum of Fine Arts Boston, or Boston Harbor Cruises. Planning this ahead of time for your stay is imperative. To find more information head over to: http://www.citypass.com/boston

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For work and for play, to gather and connect, there’s a new port of call. Its name is The Envoy Hotel. Right in the heart of the Innovation District, this 136 room, modern, forwarding-thinking hotel was built with a comfortable, easy going vibe in mind. Toss in a dash of class and showmanship, and you have The Envoy.

Opened in September of 2015, the hotel offers a new vantage point for locals and travelers alike. The innovative hotel boasts custom furnishings, stylish designs, and some of the best possible views of the city. The Outlook Kitchen and Bar highlights locally inspired dishes, sourced food, and an array of handmade craft cocktails. The Lookout is The Envoy’s rooftop bar, showcasing the Boston skyline like no other spot downtown.

If you’ve never been before, the historic city of Boston is a treat to explore. The interesting local culture, the fantastic dining, and nearby sights make it the perfect spot for many types of travelers. The Boston Seaport accommodations at The Envoy are inspired by the Innovation District’s modern, forward-thinking spirit. With many glass elements, the rooms boast sophistication in their overall design.

Drawing open the curtains, you’ll be treated with a city or water view, thanks to The Envoy’s unique vantage point. The well-designed spaces function seamlessly, with a fantastic blend of sensibility and sophistication. Authentic finishes and crafted furnishing top it all off, making The Envoy a unique experience of its own accord.

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Planning a getaway in the East Coast? Forget New York and, instead, make plans to explore the historic city of Boston. There’s so much to see here and the local culture is also rather delightful. Also, if you’re looking for a gastronomic adventure, Boston is known as one of the country’s hot spots. This is mainly due to the blessed bounties of the sea, which local chefs enjoy experimenting with to present new, appetizing flavors to both local diners and out-of-towners lured to the city because of Boston’s reputation as a city to experience through its sights, smells and tastes.

But apart from the lovely sights, the interesting local culture and the fantastic eats, you’re likely to enjoy the vast array of accommodations available in Boston as well. Looking for a charming little bed and breakfast where you can completely relax? A “link” of a world class hotel chain? Or maybe a swanky new hotel that has a “nostalgic yet new” concept? You surely won’t have a difficult time finding accommodations to suit your style.

If you’re looking for Boston seaport district accommodations because your getaway is based on a strategic location, the Envoy Hotel is a great one to consider. This hotel is within close proximity to some of Boston’s most famous establishments.

Apart from its strategic location, the Envoy Hotel delights because it’s such a beautiful modern hotel. It has an incredibly chic design and its rooms boast of artistic details that are entirely unique to the hotel. The signature element of the Envoy’s rooms is the curated glass map door framing the bathroom. It’s a collage of area maps set within a gorgeous hombre blending of greys to yellows. This door is both artistic and functional and it brings a lovely splash of color to every room.

Likewise, rooms are abundant with glass elements, which boost the sophistication of the rooms’ overall design. There are also innovative integrations to the design, such as especially crafted furnishings and special finishes that create the illusion of texture.

The amount of artistry directed toward the design of the different rooms of the Envoy ensures guests’ visual pleasure. This is hard proof that when it comes to interior design, Boston definitely doesn’t lag behind.

So, explore a different side of Beantown — the fiercely chic and elegantly modern side. Visit the Envoy Hotel, the Boston seaport district accommodation built to wow with its artistic and innovative interior design.

Lookout Rooftop Bar

Boston’s Innovation District is an urban environment poised to embrace companies with much innovation, collaboration and entrepreneurial insight to offer. It’s a rapidly growing community made up of science and tech specialists, design and advertising creatives, and rising business leaders.

The bustling activity in this evolving hub draws crowds of locals and visitors of all kinds, so you can be sure that there will be stellar establishments catering to their need for exquisite accommodation as well as food and drink that will have people coming back — with colleagues, friends and family in tow. That’s exactly what the visionary Envoy Hotel — set right within Innovation District — prides itself in offering.

Dining with a view

With their appetites stimulated by the impressive views of Boston Harbor, guests eager to partake of the hotel’s culinary delights can choose between two options: Outlook Kitchen and Bar and Lookout Rooftop and Bar.

Outlook Kitchen and Bar

Boston Waterfront restaurants take inspiration from the state’s unique landscape and culture. Outlook’s menu is downright American in its roots and highlights beautiful local ingredients sourced according to season, thus ensuring special flavors with each dish.

The restaurant’s dinner menu, for instance, offers vibrant starters such as Mizuna and Sorrel Autumn Salad (combining ricotta salata, pecans, Asian pear, dried cranberries and a honey-cinnamon vinaigrette) and Winter Vegetables (with baby root vegetables, black trumpet mushrooms, forbidden rice and beet yogurt).

As for entrees, Outlook chef David Verdo’s signature dishes certainly do not disappoint. There’s the Striped Bass (with Maine Lobster, confit pearl onions, fennel, lemon verbena and bouillabaisse), Maine Family Chicken (roasted breast, roulade leg, black trumpet mushrooms, chestnuts, celery-apple and truffle oil), and Pineland Farms NY Strip Steak (with maitake mushrooms, baby carrots, asparagus, potato puree and foie gras sauce).

There’s also plenty of interesting conversations to be had over the bar’s creative cocktails. Take a sip of Look, But Don’t Touch (Bully Boy Vodka, lemon, sherry, hibiscus and blackberry), Common Habits (Wine Works Gin, Carpano Antica, Campari, Green Chartreuse and orange bitters), and The Details (Tequila Ocho Reposado, ginger, orgeat and lemon bitters).

Lookout Rooftop and Bar

Lookout is your top Boston destination come springtime. It’s the best spot for skyline and harbor views. It also boasts of a unique shape, a railing bar, glowing fire pits and intimate seating. You’ll also be comfortably warm and fully immersed in enjoying your night out in the covered seating areas during cooler evenings thanks to ceiling mounted heaters.

You’ll find many of Outlook’s handcrafted cocktails in Lookout’s bar menu, along with an extensive range of beers and wines by the glass. Freshly prepared and insightfully plated bar bites like Pulled Pork Tacos, The Envoy Burger, Lobster PLT, Salmon and Tuna Sashimi and Charcuterie beautifully set off the drinks and round out a wonderful bar experience.

Good eats, refreshing drinks, a marvelous Boston waterfront view, and well-appointed accommodation right within Innovation District — The Envoy Hotel and its exciting food and drink scene certainly cannot be missed.