Element Boston Seaport Hotel

391-395 D Street, Boston, 02210-1907, MA

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  • 1 Adults
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Overview

Located close to Back Bay in Boston’s thriving Seaport District, this Marriott hotel is also convenient to Logan International Airport (3 miles away) and many other Bean Town attractions. Accommodations range from traditional rooms with king beds to suites with sofa beds and larger one-bedroom suites with a separated sleeping and living space. And nearly all of the accommodations here come with full-size kitchens with stove tops, cooking utensils, dishwashers and the like, so it’s easy to prep meals in. The indoor swimming pool is open year-round, and the kids will love it for burning off some energy after a day of historic sightseeing. While there’s no onsite restaurant, you have many options within a short walk of the hotel in the Seaport District.

Our Editor Loves

  • Rooms with kitchens
  • Indoor swimming pool
  • Great location in Boston

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Pool
  • Refrigerator

Reviews

Great hotel in a developing area of Boston

by tomdS3702VC

This is a great hotel at a reasonable price with great staff. Stayed in October for a family get together. Never stayed in hotel in south Boston and was very pleased. Room was comfortable with full kitchen. Great Breakfast was available in the morning and the staff was very pleasant. This is a great area of Boston that in going through a revitalization. Definite hotel to stay at if you are visiting south Boston.

Perfect stay

by juliantjpt

Ok so this hotel isn’t central but in seaport area. But don’t let this put you off. We stayed here for 3 nights and had a fabulous stay. Upgraded to a massive apartment. Big kitchen. Big bedroom. Big bathroom. Breakfast was good with lots of choices. Staff helpful and attentive. Can not fault this place

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