A destination hotel near downtown Boston
Boston has a legacy of greatness that stretches from Paul Revere to Ralph Waldo Emerson to Larry Bird. It’s a city steeped in history, including that most famous steeping of all — the Boston Tea Party. And Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel is right in the middle of it all, charming visitors with its sophisticated, contemporary boutique style and thoughtful amenities. Just outside our doors discover Boston Common, the country’s first public park, the cobblestones of Beacon Hill and other notable sites including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, City Hall, and the Financial District, all short walks away along the Freedom Trail. (Pro tip: some of the best city views are available right in our hotel from our Skyline rooms). Whether it’s for business or pleasure, a midnight ride or a meditative retreat, Kimpton Nine Zero is a Boston slam-dunk.
The lively Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a top stop on Boston's Freedom Trail, and encompasses the historic Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Enjoy this dining and shopping extravaganza, where street performers entertain the crowds and a variety of food vendors offer something for every appetite.
The Boston waterfront is a bustling part of the city loved by residents and visitors alike. Enjoy a 15-minute stroll or take the T from Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel to experience everything from the New England Aquarium to luxury shopping.
Pulitzer Prize–winning author John Updike described Fenway Park as “a lyric little bandbox of a ballpark.” And all who enter this cathedral of baseball, home to Major League Baseball’s Red Sox, will definitely agree.