Our flagship hotel on the Boston waterfront offers everything you need for a relaxing stay, whether you're in town for business or leisure. Our stylish contemporary guest rooms have spectacular views of the ocean and city as well as the top-class facilities you'd expect from a Renaissance hotel. We also offer a modern fitness center as well as a lively cocktail bar, with regular live musical performances. If you're hungry, try the simple rustic Italian cuisine at on-site restaurant, Sapore Ristorante & Bar. Venture further afield with the help of in-house Navigator Eisha, to explore Boston's Seaport District and the nearby Boston Harbor Islands.
Discover exotic and semi precious gems and fossils at this boutique. Pick up an amber bracelet and feel your chakras open.
Have you always wanted to mount your own fossil expedition but could not afford to spend hours in the hot sun chopping into rocks? Drop into this great store and find boatloads of extinct and fascinating creatures amazingly preserved in stone. The exotic findings include prehistoric beetles, fish bones encased in slate, shark teeth, precious stones and various colorful minerals and even samples of amber. Or pick from their selection of minerals and carvings for the mineral collector. Plus they offer a range of jewelry made from a variety of stones like amethyst and sapphire.
Address: 7 North Market Street, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, 02109, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 523 6112
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 10:00 AM to 09:00 PM,Sunday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Website: http://www.geoclassics.comHotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1.4 mi
The fireplaces and warm color-scheme of this restaurant create a nostalgic ambience, where patrons can savor American comfort food.
Stephi's in Southie derives its name from its owner Stephanie Sokolove and the neighborhood of South Boston, which is also known as Southie. Its dining room is flanked by two tiled bars. Orange and golden ball-shaped chandeliers hang from a wooden ceiling, while fireplaces engulf the room in warmth. Guests are seated on scarlet leather sofas with retro cushions. There are separate menus for brunch, lunch, late-afternoon, dinner and late-night dining. Their weekend brunch includes classics such as Buttermilk Pancakes and Brioche French Toast. The meal is complemented by cocktails like Jack o’ Lantern and an exhaustive selection of wine, including Merlot, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Guests can also watch programs on flat screen television, while savoring their food.
Address: 130 Dorchester Avenue, Boston, 02127, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 345 5495
Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11:30 AM to 02:00 AM,Saturday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 02:00 AM
Website: http://www.stephisinsouthie.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1.3 mi
One of the coolest and coldest venues in Boston, Frost Ice Bar features ultra-chilled vodka in an ice-walled bar room.
While ice-sculpted bars are no longer a novelty among the general populace, Frost scores a distinction as one of the largest, permanent ice bars in the world. Maintained at a constant 21 degree Fahrenheit (-6.11 degree celsius), every aspect of the bar, from the furniture to the glasses are made of ice. Beautiful ice sculptures and perpetually changing color schemes make this a visual delight. On the menu is a choice of eight handcrafted cocktails that change with the season. Tickets include a cape and gloves to withstand the temperature. The bar can accommodate groups with prior booking, and is also available for private events.
Address: State Street, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, 02109, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 307 7331
Website: http://www.frosticebar.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1.3 mi
Fun family filled activities for the summer and fall months!
Lawn on D is a wonderful place to spend a day or night out with friends and family. The outdoor entertainment venue hosts a variety of events, including outdoor movie nights, food truck festivals, and concerts and plays showcasing local talents.
Address: D Street, Boston, Ma, Usa
Website: https://signatureboston.comHotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.79 mi
This museum features collections and exhibits of contemporary art.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts, or ICA, is a fixture in Boston's Seaport district. The museum houses a permanent collection, and hosts exhibitions of contemporary art from around the world. The museum also hosts a variety of events that are open to the public.
Address: 100 Northen Ave, Boston, MA, USA
Website: https://www.icaboston.org/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.6 mi
This brewery was born and bred here in Boston!
As far as breweries go, Harpoon is one of Boston's finest. The brewery is famed for having obtained one of the first brewery liquor licenses in the area, and has been paving the way for Boston brewers ever since. Visitors can explore the brewery on a guided tour and sample the institution's delicious brews in the Beer Hall.
Address: 306 Northern Ave, Boston, MA, USA
Phone: +(617) 456 2322
Website: www.harpoonbrewery.comHotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.33 mi
Purchase a chandelier, flower pot or vintage pillow to infuse a corner of your residence or holiday home with palatial charm.
Walking past the charming yellow and white Neatly Nested Design and Decor boutique, one comes across intriguing curios in the window display. Inside, the shop boasts of an assortment of soft throws, rugs, pillows, period furniture and cottage-styled decor. There are refurbished Victorian dressing tables with intricate detailing as well as minimalist drawers and photo frames. Customers can bring in their furniture for custom painting and polishing. The owner Danielle Platzer also offers interior design consulting and customized window-panel fitting services. If you are hunting for ideas for your vacation home, this is the perfect destination.
Address: 373 West Broadway, Corner of West Broadway and East Street, Boston, 02127, MA, United States
Phone: +1 609 923 4459
Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday from 11:00 AM to 07:00 PM,Saturday to Sunday from 11:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.neatlynesteddecor.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1 mi
Patrons gather here for the cutting-edge interior design, views of the Boston Harbor, creative American cuisine and a lively social scene.
Gather is located within the District Hall, a community meeting space with avant-garde architecture. Its dining room has numerous bulbs of varied cord lengths dangling from the ceiling, giving the impression of twinkling stars. Beyond, floor-to-ceiling windows afford lavish views of the Boston Harbor. Guests are seated at wooden tables, surrounded by perforated boards adorning the walls and ceiling. This restaurant is a melting pot of artists, intellectuals, fashionistas and businesspeople. Chef Dennis Wilson's team raises the bar for American fine dining with appetizers such as the Roasted Duck Tacos and Onion and Oxtail Soup. Their entrées include the Seafood Jambalaya, which blends chicken, chorizo, shrimp and clam. Their main course is complemented by desserts such as butterscotch pudding and cocktails like Red Sangria and Mai Tai. Couples can enjoy their annual Valentine's Day dinner in a romantic setting. This restaurant is also available for private hire with full-fledged catering facilities.
Address: 75 Northern Avenue, District Hall, Boston, 02210, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 982 7220
Opening hours: Monday to Wednesday from 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM,Thursday to Friday from 11:30 AM to 11:00 PM,Saturday from 12:00 PM to 11:00 PM,Sunday from 12:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Website: http://www.gatherboston.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.5 mi
This is one of the original landmarks in Boston and is part of the historic freedom trail.
Located right outside of Boston's Government Center, the Steaming Kettle is a site to see for visitors looking for a cup of tea in a cafe dripping with history. The kettle itself was hung in 1873 as the sign for the Oriental Tea Company. Today, visitors can marvel at this giant kettle and even watch it produce steam!
Address: 63 Court St, Boston, MA, USAHotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1.4 mi
This is a locally owned and operated Italian restaurant.
Bricco is known both for its delicious Italian cuisine and for its freshly baked breads and pastries. This restaurant and bake shop is a staple in Boston's North End, or "Little Italy."
Address: 241 Hanover St, Boston, MA, USA
Phone: +617 248 6800
Website: http://www.bricco.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 1.55 mi
Grab a growler of one of Trillium Brewery's fantastic farmhouse ales, using specialty yeast blends crafted in house by expert brewers.
Operating from the ground floor of a renovated industrial building in Fort Point, Trillium is one of only three breweries in Boston proper. Farmhouse ales are the main focus of Trillium, both the rye-dominant Wakerobin and their house brew Trillium using a signature yeast strain developed exclusively for the brewery. Pot & Kettle and Fort Point Pale Ale comprise the remainder of the selection, a pitch-black porter and a light and tropical pale ale respectively. The brewery is only licensed to sell growlers and growler refills at this point, although there may be regular tastings held in the future.
Address: 369 Congress Street, Fort Point Channel, Boston, 02210, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 453 8745
Opening hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 04:00 PM to 07:30 PM,Friday from 12:00 PM to 07:30 PM,Saturday from 12:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Website: http://www.trilliumbrewing.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.5 mi
Join in the action as costumed tour guides let you toss tea boxes off the side of a restored historic vessel at the Boston Tea Party Ships.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum allows guests to relive the fateful night of the Boston Tea Party from Griffin's Wharf in South Boston. Fully-costumed actors double as tour guides, gathering groups in the historic Meeting Hall directly adjacent to the museum. Visitors are assigned a persona based on one of the heroic members of Paul Revere's "Sons of Liberty", then proceed to the beautifully reconstructed 18th Century sailing vessel. Inside the labyrinthine corridors of this ship, guests see historical artifacts and watch as paintings come to life to retell the historic events of a history-making night. The highlight of the museum is the Robinson Half-Chest, one of two of the original chests hurled into the harbor by the Sons of Liberty. Kids and adults alike can participate in the fun, tossing prop crates into the harbor below. A fun filled look at one of the defining moments in American history, the Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum is a great stop.
Address: 306 Congress Street, Boston, 02210, MA, United States
Phone: +1 617 338 1773
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
Website: http://www.bostonteapartyship.com/Hotel: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Distance: 0.7 mi