Immersed in the music, fashion, and art galleries of the downtown district, W Boston is a contemporary haven of style and sophistication. Comfort awaits in boutique hotel rooms showcasing signature amenities, custom décor, and stunning views of the iconic Theatre District. Enhance your experience in newly revamped suites and rooms, slate-finished bathrooms, innovative entertainment technology, and custom murals. Savor New England staples and international dishes at The Gallery Restaurant and W Lounge. Take in a Broadway show, shop upscale stores and explore an endless array of celebrated attractions, including Fenway Park, New England Aquarium, and Chinatown. Gather in vibrant spaces for meetings and social events. After a day of business or fun, pamper yourself at Bliss, the award-winning spa. With a state-of-the-art fitness center and a broad range of signature services, the Boston hotel is a beacon of modern luxury in a legendary travel destination. You’re invited, and your pet is too. Experience the pet-friendly Boston hotel at W Boston with your four-legged friend by your side.
Rooms & Suites - Newly Renovated Rooms Overlooking Boston's Theater District. Soak up the skyline from one of the newly renovated hotel rooms or suites. With some of the most tech-forward rooms in Boston, this is your modern escape away from home. Before you explore the Theatre District, flaunt your W Mix Bar and refresh in a slate bathroom. Slip into a signature W bed with a featherbed mattress, floating frame, and coffered headboard. A multi-purpose desk/bar helps you blend work with play at W Boston.
Dining - Find your artisanal fix at W Boston. The Gallery is a fine dining restaurant with candlelit tables, ceiling-high windows, and New England recipes made with locally sourced ingredients. To end your evening on a high note, visit W Lounge, the vibrant hangout with debonair decor, creative cocktails, and amplified DJ beats. Locals and out-of-towners mingle at the bar before the stage shows begin at Wang Theatre, Boston Opera House, and Wilbur Theatre. "The Gallery" - Before you head out to Wang Theatre, stop by The Gallery for cocktails and plates, you can pass around the table. The perfect pre-show, prix fixe meal starts with New England dishes such as lobster rolls and Boston cream pies. "W Lounge" - Hang out by the fireplace and sample small plates. Listen to guest and resident DJs who were handpicked by music curator Braun Dapper. If you're here for colorful cocktails before the show at Wilbur Theatre, you're in good company.
Chef Elyssa Dubois - Having a passion for the culinary arts since she was a child, Chef Elyssa DuBois started her career in New York’s fine dining scene after graduating from Johnson and Wales. She later moved to New England to join the hotel industry and fell in love with the Boston culinary landscape. Reveling in the idea of how food brings people together, DuBois enjoys the variety of creating dishes from an intimate party of 5 people to 400 person receptions. Constantly changing and keeping up with trends, her pragmatic approach is that food should not be overly complicated – It should be elegantly simple, using quality ingredients, and presented well.
Spa & Fitness - Treat yourself to a day of relaxation here at the hotel. The award-winning Bliss Spa Boston features 5,800 square feet of tension-fighting facilities, including a luxe nail lounge equipped with iPads, comfortable private lounges, rhythm and blues tunes a legendary brownie bar. Or Energize 24/7 in the 1,400-square-foot, fully-equipped FIT gym. Jump on a treadmill, elliptical machine, stationary bike, or cross-trainer, each mounted with an LCD TV and iPod docking station. There’s also an open-air fitness area, weight machines, free weights, yoga mats, balance balls, a ballet bar, and an additional LCD TV to add to the motivational mix.
Area & Activities - We're a city with a story. In fact, the location in the Theatre District puts you seconds from world-class performances at the Boston Opera House and Wang Theatre. W Boston is walking distance from brownstone boutiques and the Boston Public Garden, the first garden in the United States. Cross Boylston Street to Boston Common, the nation's oldest city park, stroll past the Granary Burying Ground to Faneuil Hall. For Fenway Park, New England Aquarium, and other attractions a mile away, take The T.