TripSavvy – The 10 Best Boutique Boston Hotels of 2018

February 15, 2018 – TripSavvy

Set on the harbor with lovely waterfront views, the four-diamond, Envoy Hotel may be the pioneer of a trendy new neighborhood.

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Stone World – Unexpected Mosaic Art in Boston’s Envoy Hotel

Stone World – December 1, 2017

A pioneer in Boston’s burgeoning Innovation District, the Envoy Hotel draws inspiration from the area’s surroundings for its modern, industrial-chic design aesthetic and offers a stunning waterfront view.

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Supercall – Valentine’s Day Getaways for Couples Who Love to Drink

January 17, 2018 – Supercall

Food and drink fanatics will get the most out of their stay at The Envoy Hotel if they book the Exactly Like Nothing Else Package. Guests will be greeted with prosecco upon arrival along with brunch for two. But the main event is a personal shopping trip to the Boston Public Market with Chef Tatiana Rosana to select ingredients for a chef’s table four-course dinner for two with wine pairings.

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Shape Online – The Best Hotels to Book for the Boston Marathon

January 11, 2018 – Shape Online

These are the best places for athletes to call home the weekend of the Boston marathon.

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Forbes – Have The Hottest Night Out In The Coldest Temperatures

January 18, 2018 – Forbes

While the Seaport is especially chilly at this time of year, the Lookout Rooftop & Bar has been keeping visitors unseasonably warm for two years now. First come, first serve, the six igloos are outfitted with seating for up to 10 people, an adjustable heater and fleece blankets…

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Time Out New York – The best winter getaways from NYC

January 3, 2018 – Time Out New York

One of the city’s newest hotels, the 136-room, boutique-style Envoy has already racked up the accolades. Its Seaport location—offering views of the Boston Harbor—is complemented by nautically themed rooms. There’s an in-house restaurant serving serious seafood along with live music, and a rooftop bar overlooking the water. Bar bites from the Outlook Kitchen downstairs include pulled pork tacos, salumi flatbread and two different grade A burgers.

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Jetsetter – 5 Reasons why Boston Should be Your Next Weekend Getaway

December 21, 2017  – Jetsetter

Between the historic charm, world-class art museums, and booming (and female-driven) restaurant scene, there are plenty of reasons to make Boston your next weekend getaway. If you haven’t visited recently, you’re in for a wicked good time.

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USA Today – Bars Transformed Into Winter Wonderlands

December 7, 2017 – USA Today

In Boston, The Envoy Hotel’s Lookout Rooftop and Bar hosts heated igloos in the winter with seasonal cocktails.

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Montreal Gazette – Envoy Tops Boston’s Booming Seaport Scene

November 18, 2017 – Montreal Gazette

It’s practical, progressive and posh in a next-generation style. The Envoy Hotel opened to a string of ovations, including being named the Best New Hotel in Boston by, Yankee Magazine and USA Today’s Readers’ Choice. That is lofty praise, but in a town with several openings a year, it is over the top.

An Autograph Collection Hotel, which is part of the Marriott group, The Envoy is a boutique-style establishment that is strong on lifestyle: It’s all about stylish decor, food, drinks and fitness in the on-trend Seaport location.

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October 18, 2017 – Travel + Leisure 

Stay at The Envoy in Boston for Only $159 per Night.  T+L launched Operation Vacation to inspire workers to use their days off and get away, offering exclusive travel discounts as incentive. For the latest deals on hotels, airfare, cruises, and trip packages, visit Get 30 percent off stays at The Envoy, a hip, high-tech hotel in the city’s Seaport District with one of the city’s few rooftop bars, which offers harbor views.

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October 18, 2017 – USA Love List

The AAA Four-Diamond rated Envoy Hotel is Autograph Collection Hotels’ first Boston property and a
beacon in the city’s Seaport. The celebrates the area’s history and the arts. The Envoy’s curated art collection winks at its Seaport District surroundings, often repurposing once-revolutionary technology. In the lobby, for example, is a portrait of a sunglasses-clad woman, made from VHS tapes. (It was an eye-catching piece, and one of my favorites.)

If you don’t stay at Envoy, Outlook Kitchen is absolutely worth it. The kitchen’s Executive Chef, Tatiana Rosana Pairot, created an regionally inspired, locally sourced menu featuring a broad range of flavors and seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Our personal brunch favorites were the Lobster Eggs Benedict and Nutella French Toast.

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FSR Magazine – Tatiana Pairot Rosana Personifies The Modern American Chef

October 17, 2017 – FSR Magazine

Call it a mashup or the new fusion or what you will, but the blending of Latin, Asian, and other cuisines continues to take shape on restaurant menus across the nation. Some say this is simply modern American food, as increasingly people of all different backgrounds and cultures come together. One such culinary pair is Executive Chef Tatiana Pairot Rosana, a first-generation Cuban-American, and her wife, Alexis, who is Korean and whose background and family recipes inspired many of the dishes at the Outlook Kitchen + Bar at The Envoy Hotel in Boston.

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Wallpaper* – Best Boston Hotels

October 16, 2017 – Wallpaper*

As a destination, Boston combines the best of many worlds: a picturesque location by the Charles River, a lively social scene thanks largely to it’s storied academic community, plenty of retail diversions funded by well-heeled locals, and a patrician sweep of perfectly preserved period architecture. The latter, in particular, is a boon for canny hoteliers who have found imaginative ways to refurbish classic silhouettes into modern lodgings. 


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The Mr. Sid Guide – Enjoy The Envoy

October, 2017 – Mr. Sid

Luxe accommodations are all but assured for visitors who check into Boston’s Envoy, but locals will find plenty of reason to visit the watefront hotel (other than its location near the new Mr. Sid Boston store.)

First on the list: the Outlook Kitchen and Bar, an on-site eatery boasting a menu of regionally inspired, locallty sourced cuisine. (Be sure to try the Mojo Marinated Kurobuta Pork Chop, with warm baby greens, heirloom carrots and pickled mustard seeds, or the Lemon Ricotta Agnolotti, with red beets, brown butter peas, rye bread crumbs and sorrel.)

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October, 2017 – Best Products | “From New York to New Orleans, check out these hipster hotspots.”

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Located in the newly hip Seaport District, rooms at The Envoy Hotel are decorated with mid-century-modern chairs and TV stands fashioned from vintage bicycle frames.

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