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Why Stay At Onyx Hotel
This red-themed, boutique-style hotel in Boston's North End is less than five minutes from Faneuil Hall and TD Garden.
Tucked away on a side street in the downtown area, the Onyx is a Kimpton Group boutique hotel located four blocks from Faneuil Hall and three blocks from TD Garden (formerly Boston Garden). Its public spaces and 112 guestrooms are designed with clean lines, earthy tones, and vibrant red and black accents, including checkerboard carpeting and red-suede chairs. Visitors also enjoy a host of little extras, ranging from a complimentary evening wine hour to fruit-infused ice water available daily in the lobby. The Ruby Room, with its fiber optic lighting, is a trendy spot for cocktails.
The Onyx sells weekly passes, from $30-$37 (prices vary seasonally), for Old Town Trolley's hop-on, hop-off service that stops four minutes north of the hotel in front of TD Garden.
The Onyx is pet friendly and will provide pet-sitting services for $20 per hour for guests who are sightseeing, in meetings, or attending events.
Arrive at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) which is approximately 4 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 15 minutes of travel time.155 Portland Street, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Pet Sitting
- 24-hour Fitness Center
- Daily Yoga Classes
- Business Service
- Concierge Service
- Flat-screen TVs
- iHome Sound Systems
- Luxury Linens
- Work Desks
- Stocked Honor Bars
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- In-room Safes
- Yoga Mats
- Coffee + Tea Service
- Evening Wine Hour
- In-room Dining
- Max occupancy is 2 adults
- Rate includes hotel taxes
Why We Love Boston
Boston is a city of contrasts, from American Revolution-era sights to modern skyscrapers. Every neighborhood from North End's Little Italy to historic Boston Common offers a piece of Americana.
1 Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Dinner for two $60.
Where to Drink: Silvertone Bar and Grill is a 15-minute walk south of the Onyx. Locals like to cozy up to the bar for specialty cocktails like Carino's Rock & Rye, made with rye, orange juice, lemon juice, rock candy, and bitters.
69 Bromfield St.
Drinks for two $18.
Best Outdoor Excursion: Rails-to-Trails Conservancy created Minuteman Bikeway in 1992 on old train rails from the 1840's. The paved multi-use trail runs approximately along the same path that Paul Revere took way back in 1775.
Best Day Trip: Salem is about 30 minutes north of Boston. One of the best ways to see the city and learn about the history is aboard the Salem Trolley, which provides glimpses of the Salem Witch Trials Museum, The House of The Seven Gables, Salem Harbor, and Maritime Park. The ticket includes an eight-mile, one-hour narrated tour and all-day pass to hop on and off the trolley.
8 Central St.
Tickets from $15.
Why Go Now
May 16-19, 2013
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Music from Mozart and Dizzy Gillespie, performed in the historical Wang Theatre.
Tickets from $30-$90.
May 25-26, 2013
Boston Calling Music Festival
Headliners are The National and fun. Food booths and food trucks will be on hand, too.
City Hall Plaza.
July 2-7, 2013
Tall Ships in the harbor, a concert, and fireworks on the Esplanade.
Event prices vary.