Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel

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Boston, MA Hotel
ChainMarriott International Hotels
Brand
Renaissance
Built2008
Renovated2017
Total meeting space1,937 sq. m
Guest rooms471
606 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel

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Plan for More!

01/06/2020 – 03/31/2020

Marriott Bonvoy Events

01/06/2020 – 12/31/2020

Need dates

  • 02/19/202002/25/2020
  • 03/01/202003/04/2020
  • 03/07/202003/13/2020

Ratings

Northstar
4
AAA
4

Amenities

Room features and guest services

  • Calls (Local)
  • Calls (Toll-free)
  • Concierge services
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • View (Ocean or water)
  • Voicemail box

Facilities

  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Skiing
  • Spa or salon
  • Whirlpool

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Subway
  • Taxi
  • Train

Equipment

  • Staging area

Photo Gallery

+10

Meeting Space

Total meeting space1,937 sq. m
Meeting rooms10
Largest room998 sq. m
Second largest room514 sq. m
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Guest rooms

Total guest rooms471
Single (1 bed)199
Double (2 beds)252
Suites21
Tax rate14.95%

Nearby


Local Attractions

Trillium

Nightlife
5 blocks away
Our Thomson Place restaurant and brewery opened in the fall of 2018, giving us the expanded presence in Fort Point that we'd dreamed of since opening our door around the corner just 5 years earlier. Our three story building features modern New England farmhouse inspired food created by Chef Michael Morway. We brew on site with both stainless steel fermentation and oak foeders. Guests may enjoy the expansive first floor taproom, second floor dining area, as well as our spacious outdoor patio and third floor roof terrace. Whether your local neighborhood spot or a destination visit, we look forward to sharing many of your life's special moments in our newest home.
50 Thomson Pl.
Boston, MA 02210

Boston Children's Museum

Museum
1 mi. away
Boston Children’s Museum is the second oldest, and one of the most influential children’s museums in the world. It was founded in 1913 by the Science Teachers' Bureau, a group of visionary educators dedicated to providing new resources for both teachers and students, as a center for the exchange of materials and ideas to advance the teaching of science. For over 100 years it has been engaging children in joyful discovery experiences that instill an appreciation of our world, develop foundational skills, and spark a lifelong love of learning. The Museum’s exhibits and programs emphasize hands-on engagement and learning through experience, employing play as a tool to spark the inherent creativity, curiosity, and imagination of children. Designed for children and families, Museum exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts. In addition to extensive child-centered exhibits, Museum educators develop numerous programs and activities that address literacy, performing arts, science and math, visual arts, cultures, and health and wellness. The Museum is also one of the few children’s museums in the world to maintain a collection. The Museum’s collections of Americana, Natural History, Global Culture, Native American, Dolls and Dollhouses, and Japanese artifacts encompass more than 50,000 items. As one of the largest children’s museums in the world, Boston Children’s Museum also provides museum consulting services and creates award winning traveling exhibits, staff training curriculum, and exhibit kits for Museum professionals.
300 Congress Street
Boston, MA, US 02210

The Harpoon Brewery

0 mi. away
Harpoon was started in 1986 by Dan Kenary, Rich Doyle, and George Ligeti. They were three friends who loved beer and loved drinking beer together but found the beer choices at the time to be limited. Traveling through Europe and experiencing the rich traditions of European brewing and beer drinking enhanced their love of beer and opened their eyes to the rich beer culture they wanted back home. They decided to build a brewery so that they could brew the beers that they wanted to drink, and invite their friends to the brewery to drink it with them. In June of 1987, a warehouse space on the Boston waterfront was transformed into a brewery and the first Harpoon Ale was brewed. Fresh, local craft beer began making its way out to Boston beer drinkers. It was hard to imagine that craft brewing would become what it has today. Though many things have changed since the early days of Harpoon, much has stayed the same. We still love brewing beer and enjoying it with friends.
306 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA, US 02210

Historic Harbor Islands

Recreation
Explore 13 islands of Boston Harbor, 6 of which are publicly accessible by ferry and offer lots of activities. You'll find swimming, boating, hiking and camping among the most popular.
Long Wharf,State Street
Boston, MA, US 02210

Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)

Museum
1 mi. away
Founded in 1936 as the Boston Museum of Modern Art—a sister institution to New York’s MoMA—the museum was conceived as a laboratory where innovative approaches to art could be championed. The museum established a reputation for identifying important new artists, and in pursuit of this mission, eventually parted ways with MoMA and changed its name to the Institute of Contemporary Art in 1948. As the ICA’s reputation grew around the nation, it paved the way for other institutes and museums of “contemporary art” as well as artists’ spaces and alternative venues. For more than 75 years, the ICA has presented contemporary art in all media—visual arts, performance, film, video, and literature—and created educational programs that encourage appreciation for contemporary culture. At the close of the 1990s, several innovative programs strengthened the ICA’s public role, including the teen filmmaking program Fast Forward, and ICA/Vita Brevis, whose temporary installations throughout public spaces in Boston drew critical and popular acclaim. In 2006, the ICA opened its visionary new building, designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, on the Boston waterfront. In its new facility, the ICA has expanded the scope and size of its exhibitions and programs—increasing its audiences tenfold and serving as a catalyst for contemporary art in Boston.
100 Northern Avenue
Boston, MA, US 02210

Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Convention center
1 block away
Located within walking distance of Renaissance Seaport, The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is an exhibition center in Boston, Massachusetts. It is among the largest exhibition centers in the Northeastern United States, with approximately 516,000 square feet of contiguous exhibition space.
415 Summer Street
Boston, MA, US 02210

Lawn on D

Recreation
8 minutes away
A first-of-its-kind outdoor interactive space in Boston, The Lawn On D Powered by Citizens Bank began as an experimental event landscape that brings together different communities, audiences and area residents for innovative programming and events in the epicenter of the South Boston Waterfront and South Boston neighborhoods. The Lawn On D is an event space designed for both public and private events and to encourage community engagement, foster creativity and integrate the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) into the urban fabric with arts, music, games, food & beverage, and other original programming.
420 D Street
Boston, MA 02210

New England Aquarium

Recreation
1 mi. away
The New England Aquarium is an aquarium located on the wharf in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to the main aquarium building, attractions at the New England Aquarium include the Simons IMAX Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale Watch, which operates from April through November.
Central Wharf,90 E India Road
Boston, MA, US 02210

Getting Here

From Boston Logan International Airport: 3 Miles. Follow the signs toward I-90 West/Ted Williams Tunnel. Take Ted Williams Tunnel to Exit 25. Keep right at the fork to Congress Street and hotel.

Parking

  • Valet parking$50.00 / day

Distance from airport

  • 4.83 km from venue

Affiliated Organizations

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In a dramatic Boston Harbor location, the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel blends a contemporary, sophisticated style with its water-inspired design, industry-leading technovations and green initiatives. With over 21,000 square feet of meeting space and expansive ocean vistas, this South Boston hotel is ideal for events of any scale. The 10,700 square foot Pacific Ballroom and 4,100 square foot Atlantic Ballroom are conveniently located on the same floor. And we’re minutes from Boston’s best attractions, like the Institute of Contemporary Art, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, New England Aquarium and Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Your group will love the dramatic and distinctive meeting spaces and breathtaking panoramic views of the harbor and Boston cityscape. You will too. Have more fun. Get more done. Bring your meeting here.

Seasonality

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High season
Shoulder season
Nov 1 – Dec 31
Jul 1 – Aug 31
Low season
Jan 1 – Mar 31

Cancellation Policy

72 Hours

Additional Information

With natural light, centrally located and easily navigated meeting space and creative culinary options the Renaissance Boston Waterfront is the place to meet in this incredible city. Our teams can help you bring your meeting to life! Live like a local with the help of our Navigator Program. Every Renaissance hotel has an onsite Navigator available to help you find the best local experiences. Our Navigators are here to help you and your guests connect with the very best experiences around our hotel. Whether you want to find the best bar for craft beer, mix with locals in an evening street food market, or simply kick back and see some live local music, just ask a Navigator and you’ll quickly find yourself plugged-in to the what the locals are talking about.