Bedrooms are handsomely dressed in gray, gold and claret shades, with quirky design features like the map-detail glass etchings on the walls, TV stands made from bike frames and wood-effect tiles in the modern bathrooms
Drinks and small plates on the rooftop Lookout Bar, with views across Boston Harbor
Classic Rooms start at a spacious 289 square feet, and many have water views
State-of-the-art gym and printed running maps for joggers
What To Know
Located in Boston’s Fort Point enclave, an industrial waterfront area turned foodie hot spot
The hotel ups the sexy factor by having bathrooms only partially concealed from the bedroom area
Parking on site
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Urban sleep in Boston’s waterfront Fort Point enclave, with a rooftop bar and restaurant
When it opened along Boston’s Seaport skyline in 2015, the Envoy became the first upscale hotel in the city’s hip Fort Point area. With $70 million in new construction, the hotel has a look that’s upscale and modern, from the ground-floor lobby (with the Outlook Kitchen+Bar) up to the 130 spacious guest rooms and the popular rooftop bar and lounge. Bedrooms are handsomely dressed in gray, gold and claret shades, with quirky design features like the map-detail glass etchings on the walls, TV stands made from bike frames and wood-effect tiles in the modern bathrooms. All have King or Queen beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, desks and ottomans. While the ground-floor restaurant is still under construction, guests can graze on small plates at the rooftop Lookout Bar, or take advantage of the Seaport’s raft of great restaurants — ask the concierge to score a table at a hot spot like Menton or Row 34. Be sure to end the night with a cocktail or local craft beer back at Lookout, where the huge wraparound terrace has dead-on views of the waterfront and Boston skyline.