The Envoy Hotel
  • Opened in September 2015, Boston's Envoy Hotel is a new addition to the city's so-called 'innovation district.' The hotel is part of the Seaport Square development, encompassing 20 blocks of waterfront real estate. The Premier Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the waterfront and city skyline, plus an oversized couch, wet-bar and custom art and furnishings.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • Premier Suites at Boston's Envoy Hotel are complete with oversized 'gaming chairs' facing a wall-mounted flat screen and a well-appointed bedroom with sliding-door privacy. Suites are priced at $1,000 per night. There are 136 guestrooms in addition to the two Premier Suites. The hotel is pet friendly and offers free Wi-Fi.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • The two-piece bathroom features a textured, pebbled wall with sleek, modern furnishings and locally sourced bath products from Fresh. The Envoy Hotel is the first Boston property in the Autograph Collection by Marriott.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • Sliding doors with an antique map of Boston separate the bedroom from the full bathroom, which includes a luxurious rainfall shower and oversized robes.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • An exterior shot of the Envoy. The neighborhood is also home to District Hall, the world's first free-standing public innovation center; plus established sites like the Boston Children's Museum, Harpoon Brewery and Institute for Contemporary Art. The hotel has a fitness center with cardio and training equipment, including treadmills, total-body elliptical and cross-training machines, recumbent bikes and free weights.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • The lobby of the hotel. There's also a rooftop bar, Lookout, open from the beginning of June through the end of October.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • Pictured here is the hotel's restaurant, Outlook Kitchen and Bar, located just off the lobby.
    The Envoy Hotel
  • Outlook Kitchen and Bar.
    The Envoy Hotel
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