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What you should know about Seaport District

When can I find the best deals on Hotels in Seaport District?

Once upon a time, there was nothing much in Seaport bar a few empty parking lots and a smattering of businesses. How things have changed. This seafront district of "Southie" – South Boston –is quickly transforming itself into one of the most vibrant neighborhoods. It's still only got a handful of hotels, but with the likes of uber-cool chain YOTEL moving in, it's only a matter of time before more follow suit. The summer season is the busiest, but the fall – before the harsh winter sets in – can often be mild and you'll find some of the best Seaport District hotel deals around September and October.

What are the Top Hotels in Seaport District?

The swish Seaport Boston Hotel opened its doors in the late 90s. Enjoying a prime spot overlooking the harbor, the hotel is pet-friendly, and offers free WiFi and a heated indoor pool. The YOTEL Boston opened in June 2017 and has smart rooms, self-service check-in, and super-fast WiFi, perfect for business travelers. When it's time to relax, the Sky Lounge Rooftop and Terrace allows you to enjoy snacks or a full meal while appreciating the terrific view over the city and river. The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel has everything you'd expect from a modern property including heated indoor pools, fitness centers, a cafe, and generous venue space. Try and nab a room overlooking the sea.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Seaport District?

Wherever you place yourself in Seaport, you'll have easy access to all the district has to offer, plus the rest of the city. Some of the hotels congregate along the western side of Seaport Boulevard. Here, you'll find The Institute of Contemporary Art, a striking, glass-walled performance space right on the harbor front. If you stay along the east side of Seaport Boulevard, be sure to drop into the Yankee Lobster Company's restaurant before taking a beer tour and tasting at the Harpoon Brewery and Beer Hall. To easily reach the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, stay in one of the hotels near Summer Street.

What are Hotels like in Seaport District?

Many of the hotels in the Seaport District are new, so you're unlikely to find many historic properties here. They tend to be larger than most of the hotels outside the downtown area, and as such include more facilities. Some have rooftop bars and restaurants, while others might include heated indoor pools. If you manage to score a hotel down on the waterfront, you'll most likely have views over the sea. Whichever hotel you use as your temporary home in Seaport, you won't be far from the Convention Center and the cruise terminal.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Seaport District?

As the district is up and coming, the prices are competitive. At the upper end, in hotels in Seaport District that overlook the harbor, you won't need to pay more than $250 a night for a comfortable double with breakfast. For something a little further from the action and with fewer facilities, the prices hover around $150 to $200. You can get some steals, though, and if you don't mind forfeiting the gyms and pools, you can pick up a room for the night for just $100.

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