Hyatt Regency Boston


  • Steps from Boston Common and Faneuil Hall
  • Indoor, saline swimming pool
  • Good for business travelers


  • Views of office buildings from guest rooms
  • Thin walls
  • Noise of neighborhood's construction may bug some guests

Published 07/13/2016

Fodor's Review

The Hyatt Regency Boston sits amid

the colorful Downtown Crossing neighborhood, a convergence of

discount stores and crowds of 9-to-5 office dwellers that work in the area. Just steps away from world-renowned cultural attractions, businesses, and universities (visiting parents of Suffolk and Emerson students will like the proximity) guests can walk out of the neighborhood's crowds and into the cool marble lobby decorated with dark-wood furnishing and geometric-pattern rugs. Take an elevator ride upstairs to a guest room equipped with an iPod dock, pillowtop mattress, and understated earth-color furnishings, or sweat the day away in the 24-hour fitness center. Smart travelers call ahead for good deals on theater or shopping packages. Bonus: the hotel is fairly green—among other things, it composts leftover food and uses energy-efficient lighting, including motion-detector light switches.

Hotel Information


1 Ave. de Lafayette, Boston, Massachusetts, 02111, USA

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617-912–1234; 800-233–1234

Hotel Details:

  • 502 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 07/13/2016


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