Moxy Boston Downtown is a brand-new hotel ideally situated at the corner of Stuart & Tremont, in the heart of Boston’s vibrant theater district. Steps from Back Bay & Chinatown, the neighborhood is buzzing from early until late and is a melting pot of art, business, education, dance and entertainment. The hotel offers 340 newly built, tech-savvy guest rooms with ultra-modern décor plus flat-screen HDTV’s, free Wi-Fi and walk-in tile showers. The hotel’s bright lobby features contemporary furnishings, several seating areas and host of amenities including large writing walls, a 56-inch projection TV, photo booth, games and a state-of-the-art video wall. Along with a 24-hour grab and go in the lobby bar (serving daily breakfast and a wide selection of snacks and drinks all day long), the Moxy Boston has a rooftop bar open nightly that allows guests to enjoy wines and local brews underneath panoramic views of the Boston skyline. For groups and meetings, the hotel has over 2,000 sq. ft. of unique space.
Boston, the capital and largest city in Massachusetts, is located in the New England region of the United States. Boston is also a historic city and has been named one of the most affluent cities in the country. Although Boston is not as bustling as the metropolis of New York, it has a more laid-back atmosphere and is a great place to spend vacations. In Boston, you can explore famous attractions along the Freedom Trail, visit Harvard University or MIT, head to the Fenway Stadium to cheer for your favorite team, or spend the afternoon by the bay or the park. Of course, Boston's specialties - Boston lobster and clam chowder are also not to be missed either. Boston's main attractions aren’t far apart, and in general, three days is enough time to visit them. If you have more time, however, the surrounding towns and national parks are definitely worth visiting as well.
Boston is a popular tourist city in the eastern United States. There are many hotels in Boston, though the prices are quite high. The main accommodation areas include Downtown, Back Bay, South Boston, the University District and Logan Airport. Downtown and the Back Bay area are the most popular areas for tourists to stay. It is within walking distance of many attractions, restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, subway and bus stations, and convenient transportation. Accommodations in South Boston are relatively cheaper, quieter, and suitable for those who have their own cars.