The Boston Park Plaza Hotel

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Boston Park Plaza Hotel is situated in the heart of Downtown Boston, in the city’s theatre district, just three miles from Logan International Airport and ten blocks from Hynes Convention Center. Its exact address is 64 Arlington Street Boston, MA 02117.

Boston Park Plaza Hotel was created in 1927 by the great hotelier E.M. Statler as a grand American hotel, and it was called a “city within a city”. It is the member of Historic Hotels of America.

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel offers two types of accommodation – European style rooms that are smaller and larger accommodations. In smaller rooms there are a full size bed, private bath with tub or shower, closet, and TV, in larger, one can find a king size bed or two double beds, plus color cable TV, in-room movies, telephone with voice mail, electronic key, and private bath. Both kinds have connection to High speed internet.

To other hotel’s facilities and services belong fitness center, many onsite restaurants, full service concierge, beauty salon/barber shop, gift shop, airline offices, 24-hour room service, wake up service, dry cleaning service, shoe shine, of course parking and 65,000 square feet (6,038 square metres) of meeting space (there are 36 meeting rooms and 2 elegant Ballrooms).

As far as restaurants and dining facilities of Boston Park Plaza Hotel are concerned, there are eight onsite restaurants and lounges. They belong to the most famous Boston’s restaurants. They are: Swan’s Court Restaurant and Lounge, Todd English’s Bonfire Restaurant (a steakhouse), McCormich and Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant, Finale Desserterie, M.J O’Connors Irish Pub and Restaurant, Flemming’s Steakhouse, and Rande Gerber’s Bar and Lounge. There is also 24-hour room service offered.

The hotel was designed for celebrations from its Imperial Ballroom with sparkling crystal chandeliers, gilded balconies and proscenium arch stage accommodating 2,000 to the more intimate setting for 50 in the Old Boston atmosphere of the oak-paneled Hancock Room.
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