WiFi is available for a fee, and rooms feature web TV (also for a fee)
Spa Epoche is open by appointment only; it’s recommended to make appointments three weeks in advance
Parking is free, excluding game days and event nights
Gillette Stadium views and TVs in the upscale restaurant make for a heavily sports-centric atmosphere
Parking on site
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Gillette Stadium-facing crash pad steps up hotel game on Massachusetts’ South Shore
Following the opening of the popular shopping, dining and entertainment complex Patriot Place, adjacent to the New England Patriots’ home, Gillette Stadium, the Renaissance swooped in to provide upscale accommodations. Comfortably appointed rooms offer basic, better-than-average amenities, but the hotel’s real advantage is its prime location — amid the action in Foxboro and as a midway point between Boston and Providence. Restaurant and bar Twenty8 serves New England favorites with a sporty ambiance and a festive terrace overlooking the stadium. The eight-room Spa Epoche uses Aveda products, and there’s a 24-hour fitness center overlooking the indoor pool.
In the Area
The Renaissance “Navigator” — a local Boston suburbs guy — authors his own tip sheet online with recommendations for local activities, as the draw here is the hotel’s surroundings. The hotel’s key positioning next to Gillette Stadium is ideal for enjoying concerts and Patriots’ games, as well as the hopping restaurants, nightlife and shopping in Patriot Place. Popular Boston spots like Davio’s and Skipjack’s have opened South Shore outposts here, and they’re easily accessible from the hotel.