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0.2 miles from Cruise Port

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Renaissance Boston Waterfront
606 Congress Street,
Boston, MA 02210 US

The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is a sleek and dynamic addition to the exciting South Boston Waterfront, stylishly reflecting the vibrancy and aqua-elegance of Boston Harbor and the ocean beyond. Located one block from the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and across the harbor from Logan International Airport...More

0.6 miles from Cruise Port

Intercontinental Boston Hotel
Intercontinental Boston Hotel
510 Atlantic Avenue,
Boston, MA 02210 US

InterContinental Boston symbolizes a new luxury hotel era in America's original city. With its elegant, reflective, blue glass architecture and sleek polished granite, it is the city's most captivating 4 Diamond AAA-rated landmark.Boston has a glorious past and a vibrant future, and InterContinental Boston delivers the finest international...More

0.7 miles from Cruise Port

Boston Marriott Long Wharf
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
296 State Street,
Boston, MA 02109 US

A stylish new look has been added to the already ideal location and top-notch service of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf hotel. This Boston waterfront hotel is located one block from Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market, and minutes from the TD Banknorth Garden, Boston Common and Museum of Science. Families will enjoy...More

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About the Port of Boston

Massachusetts license plates declare the state as the Spirit of America. The claim is well backed. The city is home to a major league baseball team that has garnered the support of the country and dubbed as Red Sox Nation, birthplace of two presidents: John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and home to Sam Adams and the brewery with his namesake.

The Port of Boston was established in the 17th century. While not claiming the distinguished title of largest or busiest port, it holds a much more revolutionary honor: the site of the Boston Tea Party. In 1773, Bostonians harnessed the growing American outrage towards Great Britain and taxation practices and destroyed three shiploads of tea by throwing it into the Boston Harbor, an act contributing to the American Revolution. The event is reenacted annually on December 16.

While founded in trade, the Port of Boston has maintained distinction along the East Coast. However, the modern industry has decentralized from the historic port and into surrounding Boston neighborhoods. The historic Port has harnessed its unique culture and charm into a cruise and ferry docks. The area is lined by upscale, luxury hotels, a fun mix of fine and casual dining locales, and an abundance of history.

Long Wharf is among the most popular of Port of Boston’s modern docks. Boston is home to the first subway system in the United States; Long Wharf is easily accessible off the blue line, is just blocks from famed Faneuil Hall, and is next door to the New England Aquarium. The dock has various vendors, including tickets for boat tours, whale-watching, and romantic cruises. Plan ahead and pack a sweater, or even the warmest New England days can bring a cool night.