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Step into Boston’s Seaport this winter

Experience the magic of New England’s snowy season at the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport.

If there is one Boston hotel that can accommodate everyone from couples escapes to girlfriend getaways, it would have to be the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport. Omni means “all” in Latin. The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport is designed to provide everyone, from solo travelers to couples, unique rooms, various amenities, and plenty of upscale options like the Breve Spa, and four distinct restaurants. An ideal location for a winter getaway, the bustling Seaport District is the hottest neighborhood in Beantown.

“The Seaport District is a vibrant hub of culture, luxury, and leisure. Locals gather here to live, shop, enrich themselves with conceptual artwork, and enjoy upscale dining experiences. It’s the trendiest, most up-and-coming neighborhood in Boston.” — Michael Jorgensen, Managing Director of the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport

The two and a half year-old hotel sparkles like Boston Harbor, located just two blocks away. The Omni is nestled amongst the contagious energy of the Seaport District, an area characterized by its fun happenings, delicious restaurants and eateries, stimulating museums, and unique shops. Located near Boston’s South Station, staying central in the Seaport means visitors can immerse themselves in city life and enjoy the change of pace that comes with it. 

The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport centers itself around Boston’s rich music and performing arts history. Upon walking into the hotel lobby, tasteful live music fills the room with rhythm every Thursday through Saturday as guests wander through what is Boston’s only 24-hour art gallery. Located along the walls in the hotel’s lobby are fantastic works of art that give the hotel a sophisticated ambiance with an edge for celebrating history. Art and entertainment create a lovely environment for business and private social events, weddings, and other personal occasions. Guests can learn more about this gallery-level art with the Omni’s self-guided walking tour.

A woman explores the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport’s 24-hour art gallery.

Outside of the hotel, guests can explore the city and experience the wonder of the nearby Institute of Contemporary Art or head to Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and Boston’s Italian North End neighborhood. These and other landmarks are an easy ride from the hotel.

Here are four ways to shape your stay at the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport:


A romantic getaway

Many couples list Boston high on their must-visit American cities, and for good reason, given the exciting landmarks, vibrant sports culture, and nationally recognized museums. The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport is a romantic oasis for couples in need of an escape, and Boston is a great backdrop for exploring and spending quality time with the one you love most. 

Visitors will enjoy perusing the galleries at one of the city’s most dynamic institutions, the Institute of Contemporary Art. Wander down its halls to find their current exhibit, “Forecast Form: Art in the Caribbean Diaspora,” featuring 28 different artists’ personal and collective histories told through large scale tapestry, sculpture, mixed media, and a short film. Just a five minute walk away from the museum you’ll find Flight Club, a classy craft cocktail bar decked out with dart boards where you can engage in some friendly competition with your sweetheart.

It’s always best to check the Special Offers page on the website when planning your itinerary with your partner. Though these perks are subject to change, couples can enjoy “Love and Luxury: Seaport Romance” which includes Breve Spa discounts, sparkling rosé, chocolates, and the all-important guaranteed late checkout. Best of all, the special is available seven nights a week. You can also choose from “Bed and Breakfast” and “Spa Specials”, among several options for your winter or spring getaway, with rooms starting at $199/night.

Explore the city’s sports and leisure scene

Whether you live in New England or are visiting from another country, Boston provides visitors with unforgettable experiences in both spectator sports and unique recreational activities. Sports have always been king in Beantown, home to more professional championships than any other city in America. The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport is the ideal home base for a Boston getaway filled with exploring the city, and its central location makes it easier than ever to catch a Bruins or Celtics Game at TD Garden, where visiting fans can enjoy Boston’s beloved and energetic sports fandom. The Omni is home to The Sporting Club, a modern locale for sports fans that pays homage to the city’s legacy and boasts twelve high-definition monitors. Outside of the hotel, enjoy pre-game beverages at one of the city’s most well-known breweries, many of which are nearby. Trillium Brewery, Harpoon Brewery, Night Shift Brewery, serve up craft brews and have the recipe for a good time down pat.

An ornately designed sporting club room with warm lighting and an artistic atmosphere.
The Sporting Club in the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport.

If you’re looking for a memorable, one-of-a-kind experience to share with your family, friends, or partner, Puttshack has you covered. This moodily-lit indoor mini golf club redefines the classic sport with a technological twist. Their golf balls track every stroke, point scored, and hazard so you can focus on spending quality time with your friends, partner, or family instead of on keeping track of who’s cheating. Puttshack also offers a scrumptious menu of globally inspired appetizers, flatbread pizzas, sandwiches, and craft cocktails. They have options for vegans and omnivores alike and are located within walking distance from the Omni Boston Hotel at Seaport.


Come solo or in good company

As travelers know well, not all hotels are created equal. For some reason, many accommodations forget all about the individual traveler. Not so the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport; the Artist Tower features contemporary rooms like the “non-traditional king.” This 240-square-foot space is designed with details including a mini-fridge, under-bed storage, and sumptuous bedding. Guests also receive complimentary fitness apparel from NOBULL. Artist Tower rooms provide a sleek and modern place to stay within a desirable neighborhood. Naturally, “solo with pet” is perfectly fine.

For those needing more space, the Patron Tower Rooms are for you! Inspired by Boston’s rich performing arts heritage, and with all the anticipation of opening night, the Patron Tower rooms are designed with rich colors and offer furnishings with clean lines and a spacious elegance inspired by the arts and the fluidity of the nearby harbor. The Deluxe rooms start at 380 square feet, feature a sophisticated bathroom with dimmable vanity (glam station!), and are offered with two queen beds or one king bed.

Guests also enjoy all the great amenities of the hotel, including their 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center which provides Pelotons (among other equipment) to help you stay in shape while on vacation or business.

The Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport offers another escape hatch, too, specifically the upscale Breve Spa. Your gathering’s downtime comes in many forms, like the Breve Sound Immersion, the Thermal Salt Detox Massage, and the Signature Breve facial. The spa also offers winter seasonal treatments inspired by the Boston Ballet for you to enjoy such as the Strength and Grace Gua Sha Body Massage and the En Pointe Pedicure to soothe your feet from the heel to the toes.

Select from a menu of massage treatments if bodywork is your thing, or bring the group together for a classic mani-pedi or facials before a night on the town.  

“Our Breve Signature Facial is a customized service for a guest’s specific skin concerns and skin type,” says Pamela Maes, the Breve spa director.

“Our Sound Immersion Treatment is a unique service that uses the power of sound to bath the body with tonal frequencies. We use different frequencies to help rebalance and relax the body from stress and reconnect your mind and body.” — Pamela Maes, Breve Spa Director

Breve’s top notch wellness program has been recognized by well-known media outlets. It recently received the honor of being named the number one spa in Boston by Tripadvisor and number 61 in the country by Spas of America. 

Foodie Focus

With six dining options, a cool pool scene, and excellent amenities, Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport is considered more of a resort than an urban hotel. Evenings often begin and end in the Crescendo Lobby Bar, already well known for a spirited mixology program that composes several signature movements like the Eroica, a gin and tonic with Chareau aloe liqueur. Kestra continues the well-orchestrated offerings with a menu drawn from the Seaport District, think lobster chowder accompanied by Mediterranean overtones. Enjoy cocktails and bites with an atmospheric soundtrack during Kestra’s newly introduced live jazz sessions.

“We have access to some amazing fish and oysters from all of our suppliers in the Boston metro area and Cape Cod.” — Yousef Ghalaini, Executive Chef

Open late, Coquette purveys New England specialties from the raw bar, sets of small plates to share, seafood towers, and “feasts” featuring aged steaks and sea fare. Whether dining on a date, with a group, or solo at the bar, which stays open until 2 a.m., you’ll want to take your time moving through this eclectic menu in a playful belle epoque setting.  

A french-inspired high-end restaurant with European wallpaper, pink chandeliers, and dim lighting.
Coquette’s main dining room in the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport.

Whenever you plan your stay, the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport has special offers for guests to maximize their R&R. With the Unexpected Escape promotion, guests can save up to 20 percent off of their stay for two or more nights through March 31.

Visit the Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport website to plan your customized stay.


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