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NINE ZERO HOTEL

Centrally located in the heart of downtown Boston, next to the beginning of the Freedom Trail and surrounded by history, museums, shops, restaurants, bars + pubs!

Our Style:

The theme of Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel is Luxe, Sophisticated, Design Forward, New Boston. Expect soft leathers, rugged marble, and chic dark colors to match the historic nature of the area. 

What to Expect:

Stay in a recently transformed hotel that conveys new Boston while be surrounded by a city full of history. Just a few steps away from the front door is the beginning of the Freedom Trail. Being in the heart of Boston helps when you're in a walking city - you can even walk to Fenway Park - the nation's oldest baseball stadium - or live like a local and take the Red Line train to Harvard University + MIT. Each guest room also includes a luxurious Eames chair

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Fun Facts:

We love the number 9. Nine Zero at 90 Tremont Street. 190 guest rooms across 19 floors.

Amenities:

Complimentary European Continental Breakfast in the restaurant! Complimentary wine hour every evening (5-6pm). Complimentary coffee + tea every morning in the lobby. Pet-friendly (no fees)! The hotel is only 2.7 miles from Boston Logan Airport.

A MESSAGE FROM THE STAFF:

Favorite Part of The Job:

"Meeting people! Everyone has a story and I want to hear it!"

What They Say About YOU!

"Pack Up + Go travelers are adventurous! Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or living life, I want to make sure you fall in love with Boston whether it's your first visit or 20th visit. It all starts with an amazing and memorable hotel stay."

Where to Go:

"Some hot-spots are Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, Beacon Hill, Financial District, Granary Burying Ground; Cheers, Beantown Pub, Ruth's Chris, Marliave, Mast, Yvonne's"

 Image: Courtesy of the  Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Image: Courtesy of the Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Best Photo Opp: 

"Sunset views from the Penthouse of Nine Zero - check Instagram if you don't believe me :). Acorn Street - most photographed street in the US. Swan boats in the summer, Frog Pond in the winter, and Make Way For Ducklings - year round & sometimes "dressed" for the occasion). Anywhere along the Charles River Esplanade. Did I mention Fenway Park - oldest baseball stadium in America?"