Access to the Renaissance from Logan Airport is easy. However, the Silver line uses the main thoroughfares, and not the T underground, so will be busy and time consuming during peak hours. Easy walk to the North End/Quincy Market, 15-20 minutes, and access to various Legal Seafood entities are just around the corner. Getting around using the T is a multiple hop event. Going to Fenway required the Silver line to South Station and then the Red line and then the Green Line. Did not take all that much time but you have to change trains. The front desk staff and concierge were wonderful and helpful, giving you maps and providing great directions. Room was clean and comfortable. Did have one morning where we heard the planes taking off from Logan. The bar was nice with seating in the bar area and other more comfortable seating in an adjacent area. Did not eat at the hotel but they have a full restaurant and a Starbucks in the hotel and there is a Dunkin Doughnuts and deli around the corner from the hotel. Checked out early Sunday morning and cabs were waiting curbside. The weekend was designed as a get together with friends for good food and a couple of Red Sox games and the Renaissance worked well for our purposes.
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- The Renaissance Boston Waterfront hotel is located in South Boston and features luxurious accommodations with the latest amenities. This Boston Waterfront hotel is ideal for meeting functions, and wedding events. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Boston
- Boston Renaissance