A destination hotel in downtown Boston
Boston’s legacy of greatness stretches from Paul Revere to Ralph Waldo Emerson to Larry Bird. The city continues to build on this legacy as it emerges as a haven for innovation, where entrepreneurs and contemporary pioneers are giving rise to a modern urban renaissance. And Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel is right in the middle of it all, at the crossroads of three dynamic neighborhoods – the noble Beacon Hill, the revitalized Downtown Crossing and the bullish Financial District. Just outside our doors discover Boston Common, the country’s first public park, historic-yet-current Faneuil Hall Marketplace and City Hall, all short walks along the Freedom Trail. Or, if you’re so inclined, delve into the more modern urban attractions from the TD Center to the waterfront to shopping and dining in the Back Bay.
If you’re after a quintessentially Boston experience, Kimpton Nine Zero, with its seamless channeling of the city’s renowned history and its emerging identity as a luxe travel destination, is perfectly positioned to deliver.
Boston Theatre District
A must-visit for anyone with a love for the stage, Boston’s Theater District includes more than a dozen major performance venues all within three blocks of Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel including the Boston Opera House, Paramount Theatre, Orpheum Theatre, and Boch Center. The landmark Boston Opera House plays host to an impressive and eclectic mix of live performances from touring Broadway shows to the Boston Ballet to TedX talks and more.
TD Garden is the perfect, multi-purpose arena for every entertainment lover. Home to top Boston sports teams the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics, as well as a rotating lineup of the biggest names in music and comedy, there’s always a good time waiting to be had.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
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 spectacle, where street performers entertain the crowds and a variety of food vendors offer something for every appetite.
The Boston waterfront is a lively part of the city, beloved by residents and visitors alike. Enjoy a 15-minute stroll or take the T from Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel to experience a range of diversions like the Institute of Contemporary Art, upscale shops and the New England Aquarium.
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 the iconic Boston Red Sox, will surely agree.