Before the harbor area development, the Seaport was a lone beacon, accommodating business types attending the adjacent Seaport World Trade Center. Now that the nearby Institute of Contemporary Art has broadened its attractions and Fort Point is blossoming, putting up here offers a different perspective on the city. Facilities are faultless: the spa is highly recommended, while the third-floor fitness center has a wonderful 50ft pool with sky views and underwater music. There's also plentiful parking in the adjacent garage, and a good in-house restaurant, Aura. Innovations include the touch screen in-room 'Seaportal' service, which provides gusts with VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocal) telephone calls, information on local dining spots, cultural attractions and events, public transport schedules and the latest flight information from Logan International's website - all at the tap of the monitor screen.
|Venue name:||Seaport Hotel||Contact:|
1 Seaport Lane
|Cross street:||at Northern Avenue|
|Transport:||Red line to South Station then Silver line Waterfront to World Trade Center.|
|Price:||Rates $189-$449 double.|