The brand-new Hyatt Place Boston/Seaport District is now open

by | 17 Oct 2020 | Projects

The 297-room Hyatt Place hotel, brought to life by a team featuring real estate investment firm McWhinney, architect Arrowstreet and interior design specialist Group One Partners, has debuted in the Seaport neighbourhood of Boston’s waterfront.

Hyatt Place Boston/Seaport District has become the fourth Hyatt Place hotel in the Boston area. We find out what sets this new Hyatt-operated property apart from the rest of the city’s hospitality scene.

A refreshing presence in the Seaport area

The property, which is aimed at business as well as leisure travellers, delivers the Hyatt Place brand’s intuitive design, incorporating practical amenities and a carefully curated art collection.

This new hotel places guests at the heart of the Seaport District, overlooking Boston Harborwalk and Fish Pier, where public art, green spaces and popular restaurants occupy the surrounding area. It’s also just minutes from Boston Logan Airport, which can be reached by boat, car or public transit, and a short walk from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Centre.

“As Boston continues working to support the economy in light of Covid19, we are excited to add to the momentum and welcome the first Hyatt Place hotel to the city’s Seaport waterfront area,” said general manager Marcos Piteira. “With our smartly designed social spaces and guest rooms with separate work and sleep areas, our multitasking guests can easily accomplish what they need to do while on the road as they begin to travel again.”

From work to relaxation at Boston Harbor

The property features 297 floor-to-ceiling-window guest rooms with separate areas for sleep, work and play, plus complimentary breakfast, a 12th-floor fitness centre and 6,724 sq ft of event space with Boston Harbor views and cutting-edge audiovisual technology. Guests can find speciality coffees, wines and cocktails in the lobby bar with harbour-view patio, tuck into freshly prepared meals at The Market or relax in the 12th-floor Guest Lounge and Patio.

“This new hotel is a great addition to the Seaport community, offering hotel guests incredible waterfront views, modern spaces and tech-friendly amenities,” said Dave Johnstone, chief investment officer of hospitality at McWhinney. “Hotel guests will enjoy all the amenities and walkability during their stay, including an amazing 12th-floor fitness centre and lounge and patio offering incredible Boston Harbor views.”

Let’s take a look at some more Hyatt Place projects in the US:

Hyatt Place Tampa

Hyatt Place Paso Robles

Hyatt Place Newark



Hyatt Place offers guests a fresh, purposeful and friendly stay experience with a selected range of services.



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