Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown/Seaport

Boston, MA
  • 1901 Warehouse Turned Hotel

    This six-story hotel, located on Congress Street in the vibrant Fort Point Channel Landmark district, is the first adaptive reuse project in the neighborhood. Formerly a warehouse dating back to 1901, the building was transformed into an innovative and thoroughly modern hotel complete with 120 extended-stay urban industrial loft guestrooms.

    Highlighting Industrial Character

    This hotel is the epitome of classic luxury, sporting high ceilings, glass elevators, an early 1900s-era white glazed brick atrium, and a ground floor restaurant and retail spaces. Amenities include a lobby lounge, meeting room, fitness room, on-site guest laundry, and a day/night bar and buffet. Each guestroom is outfitted with a fully equipped kitchen, efficient workspace, and oversized windows with spectacular city views.

    Exposed brick walls, post and beam construction, and prominent 1901 boiler doors in the lobby highlight the building’s historic industrial character. Custom artwork is displayed throughout the hotel and is created entirely by local artists.

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