Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor
Boston Waterfront Hotel
Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor is an intimate and boutique-style Harborside hotel with breathtaking views of the beautiful city skyline.
Guests will appreciate the proximity to Logan Airport and the hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle.
Boston’s famed cultural and historical sites, recreational options, and neighborhoods are just minutes away and easily accessible through our many public transportation options available including the MBTA Train and Water Taxi.
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Relax in one of 270 guestrooms, including 7 suites.
Take advantage of in-room amenities like black out curtains and soundproof windows to ensure a quiet night, or opt to upgrade to a Harborview Room overlooking the Boston Harbor. When you upgrade to a junior suite, enjoy impressive views of the Boston skyline and Harbor with floor-to-ceiling windows.
Inspired cuisine and a striking view are on the menu at our Boston Harbor restaurant. Enjoy signature selections prepared with fresh regional ingredients while overlooking the Boston Skyline and waterfront. The seasonal patio is inclusive of comfortable outdoor seating and firepits. Start your meal with our award winning clam chowder and you’ll know why it's ranked one of the Best Hidden Gems from the Improper Bostonian.
Midships Bar is a great way to start or end your night. Offering world-class wines, local spirits, and colorful cocktails. Socialize with friends and family in a modern, but cozy setting to catch the latest in sports or while enjoying the views of the Boston Skyline.
Jump start your day by having your breakfast delivered with the morning paper to your Boston hotel room or suite. Enjoy dinner in the privacy of your hotel room after a long day of Boston fun. Or order snacks and sodas and invite a friend over to watch the big game while overlooking the Boston Harbor or Boston Logan Airport.
Make the most of the Boston Harbor hotel’s location on the water. Discover the finest Boston activities such as scenic boat cruises from the back dock of this waterfront hotel.
For sightseeing or romance, the harbor dinner cruises offer special ambiance and spectacular views of historic Boston, MA.
Take the free shuttle directly to convenient public transit or ride in style on a private water taxi to Boston’s historic North End.
Explore Boston’s famous tourist attractions including Faneuil Hall, Quincy Marketplace, Boston Public Garden, New England Aquarium, Charlestown and the USS Constitution, all located near this luxurious Boston Harbor hotel.
The most exciting things to do in Boston are all just minutes away when you stay at Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor. Whether you're a sports fan, a shopping lover, or just want to relax.
Museums & Monuments
- The Freedom Trail
The 2.5-mile, self-guided tour traces milestones of the American Revolution. Start at the Boston Common, America's oldest public park, and pass through sites like the Black Heritage Trail, Granary Burying Ground and location of the Boston Massacre.
- USS Constitution
The world’s oldest commissioned warship, Old Ironsides is docked in Boston Harbor. Step aboard and meet the crew. Marvel at the resiliency of this ship as you hear about the numerous battles it endured. Join in one of the ship’s many special events held throughout the year.
- Children's Museum
This museum is a child's dream. Hands on activities are fully encouraged here. Urge budding scientists to explore this interactive playground. Bond with your grandchildren during a visit to Grandparent’s Attic. Explore the Orient at Japanese House.
- Museum of Science
Educational programs and more than 550 hands-on exhibits encompass this institution. With an emphasis on technology and science, this museum is dedicated to advancing both fields and support those individuals interested in pursuing them.
Shopping & Galleries
- Faneuil Hall / Quincy Marketplace
Dine at any of Quincy Marketplace's 40 restaurants, with cuisine ranging from American and pub food to Mexican dishes and seafood favorites. Sit at an outside café and watch street performers as you lunch. Pick up the latest styles from Faneuil Hall's 100 stores and 43 pushcart vendors.
- Copley Place Shopping Mall
This trendy shopping area is close to many major attractions including Trinity Church and the Institute of Contemporary Art. After visiting the sights, why not pick up a few souvenirs or the latest fashions? Copley Place Shopping Mall features 100 stores. Too hot to shop? Go to a movie at the complex’s 11-screen cinema.
- North End
This unique section of Boston is a microcosm of Italian life. The area is ripe with delectable Italian eateries, delicatessens and bakeries. Forget the diet and indulge in a fabulous bowl of pasta or a sinfully-rich tiramisu. Walk the streets and experience the close, family-oriented culture.
- The Shops at Prudential Center
The Shops at Prudential Center feature over 75 merchants and restaurants including Barnes & Noble, Legal Seafood, Sephora and Lacoste.
Nightlife & Entertainment
- Harborside Cruises
A three-hour cruise with departure from our back dock where you venture into historic Boston Harbor. You'll enjoy the breathtaking views of the city skyline as you sail to the Harbor Islands. There is no better way to relax or clear your senses as you ride along the gentle seas.
- Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Formerly the Fleet Boston Pavilion & Bank of America Pavilion, this indoor venue attracts the hottest names in the music industry. An open amphitheater, available during summer months, offers stunning views of the skyline, pier and harbor.
- American Repertory Theater
This non-profit organization promotes the theater through its resident acting company and an international training conservatory. International theater artists’ performances have earned them a Tony, Pulitzer Prize and other awards. Attend a stirring adaptation of a well-known play.
Parks & Recreation
- Beacon Hill Garden Club - Hidden Gardens Tour
Founded in 1920, the Beacon Hill Garden Club has been hosting annual walking tours for more than 75 years. The Hidden Gardens Tour is a rare opportunity to enter the exclusive gardens of Boston’s most prominent residents. Visit more than a dozen private gardens.
- Urban AdvenTours
Like many cities, traffic can be a problem at times. Instead of sitting in a cab, hire Urban AdvenTours to lead you around the city. Bike along the area’s most picturesque routes. Choose from one of several tours. Venture into neighboring towns like Cambridge.
- Boston Harbor Islands National Park
Trek over to this national park comprised of 34 islands. Take the ferry from the Boston Harbor Pier. Spend the day exploring places like Georges Island. Hop on a boat to Little Brewster Island and Boston Light, the oldest light station in the country.
- Boston Public Garden
The country’s oldest public park is also one of its prettiest. Dating to 1634, it contains a botanical garden and the charming and very popular swan boat rides. Lounge on a stretch of lawn. Toss a Frisbee with friends. Take a romantic swan boat ride with your sweetheart.
How the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor stands out
YOUR BEST SELF
My whole thing is finding a hotel that helps me become my best self. The harbor views here are peaceful and stunning - they make me feel calm and inspired. Get those feelings to lift up your mood.
Boston is a great American city with so much history, culture, sports, and shopping. Go out and enjoy it all. Even take the water taxi to get out on the water and have that thrill. Then come back to a beautiful view to get you in your best mood.
Enjoy everything Boston has to offer from this hotel with a view. Or simply enjoy the water activities available from the hotel's dock. This is definitely the kind of place to get your best self.
AVOID THE FEES
I researched the fees for the top hotels in the area. The Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor is definitely on the low end.
No resort fee.
Free internet access.
There is a water taxi from the back of the hotel to downtown. It is $15 each person each way.
There's also a free shuttle to/from Logan airport.
Self parking is currently $46 per night, check for latest rates.
I don't like any fees and the parking fee is a lot, even if expected for the area.
If you don't have a car or just want to see the view from the water, the water taxi is a nice amenity even though it does have a fee.
Overall, with no fees besides parking, the fees are on the low end. Depending on where you're coming from it may be possible to avoid a car. Either way, with our points we're staying at this great view hotel for pennies on the dollar.
Why it’s good with points
This hotel brings a lot of value. From its views and options for a Suite to its proximity to the airport and downtown it packs a big punch.
Note that if you really want to be downtown and don't want to make the trip from here you can stay at the Hyatt Recency Boston (Downtown). Downtown the rooms are more compact, don't have the view, and you'll get fewer nights for your points. The Harbor is nice for a getaway while still having the option to venture downtown.
A King Room will use 15,000 points per night. Get a World of Hyatt credit card with its 50,000 point sign-up bonus. That’s good for 3 nights in a King Room.
Relish beautiful airport views through triple-pane soundproofed windows from recently redecorated Boston accommodations. Contemporary décor in a palette of warm earth tones and fine quality linens enhances the impulse to sink into thick down blankets piled on an ultra-comfortable pillow-top king-sized Hyatt Grand Bed®.
For a Junior Suite you’ll need 24,000 points per night. A 50,000 point bonus from a World of Hyatt credit card is good for two nights. That’s another great value.
Settle into the comfortable armchair and enjoy breathtaking views of Boston Harbor and the financial district through triple-pane soundproofed windows. Our 754-square-foot Boston accommodations offer the kind of pampered comfort you've come to expect from Hyatt. Contemporary décor in a palette of warm earth tones and fine quality linens enhances the impulse to sink into thick down blankets piled on an ultra-comfortable pillow-top king-sized Hyatt Grand Bed®. Host a small gathering in the parlor of your luxurious Boston hotel accommodation offering a kitchenette, mini-refrigerator, optional queen-size Murphy bed and luxurious shower heads.
The hotel has great value in both the King Room and the Junior Suite. Maybe you live in Boston and are ready to recharge for a couple days. Maybe you’re visiting and a place near the airport to enjoy hits the spot. Lots of possibilities here.
Go for the views. Breath in the harbor to bring yourself the energy you need. The most important thing is getting in your good mood – the Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor is a very solid choice.
As always, have a partner also get the card - that's double the points and double the nights.
Get a World of Hyatt credit card for your bonus and get on your way.
Sapphire points are worth one Hyatt point. A Sapphire credit card is a great way to get even more Hyatt points than you can with the Hyatt Credit Card.
Once you get the sign-up bonus from your Hyatt credit card also get a Sapphire card.