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$259.00 / night

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Sheraton Boston Hotel

39 Dalton Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02199 USA | 617.236.2000



All the elements come together perfectly at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, which welcomes guests with upscale accommodations, anticipatory service, and an unparalleled location in downtown Boston. Nestled in the historic Back Bay neighborhood and directly connected to the Prudential Center Shops and the Hynes Convention Center, we provide ample opportunities for work and play. Discover iconic attractions like Fenway Park or stroll along Newbury Street, where premier shopping and dining awaits. Our hotel rooms and suites feature inviting details like our Sheraton Sleep Experience Bed and beautiful views of the Back Bay neighborhood and the Charles River. Fuel up for a busy day downtown with a nourishing breakfast or catch up with friends over a local craft beer at SideBar. Wellness enthusiasts will love our 5,000-square-foot spa and 24-hour fitness center, which includes a heated indoor pool with a retractable roof—perfect for enjoying the sunshine during Boston's warmer months.


The special ODTUG Kscope20 rate of $259 per night for Sunday, June 28, 2020 through Thursday, July 2, 2020 is available until May 26, 2020.

*If you are booking rooms for your entire team, please call the hotel directly at 617-236-2000, and let them know that you are part of ODTUG Kscope20. The online system can only book a maximum of two rooms at a time.

*Sheraton Boston Hotel cancellation policy is 45 days prior to arrival. If you cancel within 45 days of arrival, you will be charged a fee equal to one night rate plus tax.

 

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Transportation

From the Airport



Taxi / Ride Sharing

Please note that the hotel does not provide a shuttle service to or from the airport.

At Boston Logan International Airport, taxis and ride-sharing companies (UberLyft, etc.) are available but will only be picked up in areas designated for TNCs. The designated pick-up areas are all located on the lower level (Arrivals) at the airport. Each terminal has its own arrival area. All designated pick-up areas are signed "App Ride/TNC." To arrange for a limo, town car, or taxi ride in advance, use any of the travelers’ information boards in baggage claim or visit the ground transportation information booth on the third floor of the parking garage. 

Bus 

The Silver Line SL1 is a convenient option to and from the airport with drop-off and pick-up directly in front of each Logan terminal. There are no shuttle transfers, and there is room to store your luggage.

 For service to Logan Airport using the Silver Line SL1, take the MBTA Red Line or Commuter Rail to South Station and transfer to the Silver Line Route SL1. The Silver Line SL1 will drop you off in front of your Logan terminal. The Silver Line SL1 is accessible for people with disabilities and runs from approximately 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. every day of the week.

Downtown Boston Transportation



Taxi / Ride Sharing

In downtown Boston, UberLyft, and metered taxis offer in-city transportation from local drivers. All rides can be scheduled using smartphone apps. 

Subway 

The subway is the largest part of Boston’s public transit system, with more than 700,000 trips each weekday. It is often referred to simply as the T (the “T” from MBTA—the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority). The trains—or trolleys, as they’re sometimes called here—connect downtown Boston to communities within and near the city. For more information, view the MBTA Subway Guide.

Ferry 

Whether you want to avoid traffic for your daily commute or take in the scenery of the Boston Harbor and the Boston Harbor Islands, the ferry is a great option for your trip. View the MBTA Ferry Guide.

Things to do in Boston

The Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston, which passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. Marked largely with brick, the trail winds between Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. It was conceived by local journalist William Schofield, who in 1951 suggested building a pedestrian trail to link important local landmarks.



Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a shopping center with a variety of stores and restaurants, comprising three historic market buildings and a promenade.


Boston Common

Boston Common is a central public park in downtown Boston. It is sometimes erroneously referred to as the Boston Commons. Dating from 1634, it is the oldest city park in the United States and is part of the “Emerald Necklace” of parks in Boston.


Fenway Park

Fenway Park is a baseball park located in Boston, near Kenmore Square. Since 1912, it has been the home of the Boston Red Sox, the city's American League baseball team, and since 1953, its only Major League Baseball franchise. It is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.


The North End

The North End, Boston’s Little Italy, is a maze of narrow streets with some of the city’s oldest buildings. On the self-guided Freedom Trail, tourists pass historic sites like the 1680 Paul Revere House and the Old North Church, which played a key role at the beginning of the Revolutionary War. Italian restaurants, coffeehouses, pastry shops, and old-school delis pack the area, especially on lively Hanover Street.


The Paul Revere House

The Paul Revere House, built c.1680, was the colonial home of American patriot Paul Revere during the time of the American Revolution. Revere's legendary ride began at this restored Colonial-era home, which includes family furnishings.


New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is a public aquarium located in Boston. In addition to the main aquarium building, which has a giant glass ocean tank with over 2,000 animals and a spiral multilevel walkway, attractions at the New England Aquarium include the Simons IMAX Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale Watch, which operates from April through November.


The Boston Duck Tour

Climb aboard a unique amphibious vehicle and discover Boston from a different perspective. The World War II-style “Duck” travels on land and water and takes you along historic streets and into the Charles River on an 80-minute tour of the city.