THE ENVOY HOTEL SEAPORT AREA ATTRACTIONS
At The Intersection of Boston and Ux
Sited in the Seaport, The Envoy Hotel Puts the Entire Boston Experience in Easy Reach.
Boston Seaport District Hotel | Things To Do In Boston
Sited as the lynchpin of a pioneering neighborhood, yet keeping Boston proper in easy reach, The Envoy Hotel thrives for business and pleasure. Our Seaport area is home to great culture, restaurants, tours, tastings, sailings and sights, and close by to everything else. Plus, with bikes parked by and a well-cued concierge in house, local discoveries from ICA to Old North Church and Fenway Park to Faneuil Hall are served. Email Concierge to Customize Your Itinerary >
One Seaport represents the highest concentration of retail space in the Seaport, offering a robust shopping, dining, fitness and entertainment experiences on the first three floors of two towers dubbed The Benjamin and The Via.
THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Walk from the hotel and into a very contemporary world of outstanding art exhibits and experiential learning opportunities in this waterfront museum.
BOSTON WATER TAXI
Hop on board at any BHC Water Taxi stop to access Year-round service to Boston’s entire waterfront including Logan Airport, a little sightseeing, a conference or trade show, or, coming soon, to The Envoy Hotel.
Outdoors along the water in Boston, The HarborWalk winds through neighborhoods and the downtown district, weaving Boston’s maritime history together with modern day play spaces and spectacular views of the Boston skyline.
One of the most treasured spots in the city, Fenway Park is home to the World Champion Boston Red Sox, and their beloved mascot, Wally. Check out the famous Green Wall, sing Sweet Caroline, or simply revel in a day the oldest Major League stadium in America.
A workingman’s oyster bar serving great oysters and pouring unique beer + wine in one of Boston’s best neighborhoods—ours. Refined but casual seafood-centric fare including everything from bivalves boasting names like Island Creek and Ichabod Flat to crudo and ceviche comes to you in a windowed dining room or out on the patio.
FANEUIL HALL MARKETPLACE
With its wide walks and famous Bullmarket, the world’s first “fleet” of wholly unique pushcarts featuring New England artisans and their fabulous wares, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is Boston shopping at its best. In the food court, find a dizzying selection of foods from around the world.
OLD NORTH CHURCH
Boston’s North End is where Paul Revere lived—and where lanterns hung in its Old North Church signaled the coming of the British, igniting the American Revolution. Post-visit take time to walk the neighborhood, Boston’s “Little Italy,” where you’ll find pasta and pastry flowing freely
See what’s brewing at Harpoon! The Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, located in Boston’s Seaport District, offers a full selection of Harpoon beers straight from the source along with delicious pretzels to pair with your pint. Cap off your trip by taking a guided tour of the brewery!
THE CLUB BY GEORGE FOREMAN III
That GF3 calls his facility a “full service fitness club,” attests to its multiple features: yoga, spinning, Pilates, full weights, cardio, a boxing court complete with training equipment and even a studio specifically for ab work – plus Foreman himself taking point on 30 classes throughout the week.