Boston hotels near Fenway Park give Red Sox fans the ultimate convenience.
***z-google-top-left-336x280.shtml***Walk through the front lobby, out the door, and in just a few minutes, you're smelling the Fenway Franks as you show your ticket at the gate.
After the game, stroll down Yawkey Way to Boylston Street, home to Fenway's own "restaurant row" - Citizens Public House, Basho, Tasty Burger, Sweet Cheeks Q, and more. Celebrate under the stars on the rooftop decks at Jerry Remy's and the Baseball Tavern.
Continue your evening at House of Blues Boston, Lansdowne Street nightlife, or one of the other top places to hear live music in the neighborhood - and then enjoy the short walk back to your hotel.
Read about each Fenway hotel to find the best fit for you - and then use our map at the bottom of the page to see locations.
Experience luxury at Hotel Commonwealth Boston, only 2 blocks from Fenway Park.
Plush linens, elegant decor, top service, super restaurant. Also close to Symphony Hall, Museum of Fine Arts, and trendy Back Bay/Newbury Street shopping.
The hotel faces onto lively Commonwealth Ave Mall, and like the Buckminster, is just steps away from the Green LIne if you're visiting Boston University.
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The Marriott Residence Inn Fenway will become Boston's newest hotel when it opens in June.
Located just around the corner from Fenway Park, the 175- Residence Inn has an indoor pool, pet-friendly policies, and an amazing location close to the Longwood Medical Area, Boston University, and Northeastern University.
Request a view of Fenway Park, explore the terrific restaurants along nearby Boylston Street, and enjoy some of the best sports bars in the city.
If you're looking for the cheapest hotel near Fenway Park, the Boston Buckminster Hotel usually offers the lowest rates, and is only a short block and a half away - a 2-minute walk, tops. You can see the famed ballpark from the hotel's back windows.
No fancy decor here . . . but a super location, pleasant staff, and budget-friendly rates make the Buckminster a perennial top choice. The hotel's cool shape means some rooms are especially spacious.
The Buckminster also sports a perfect location for House of Blues. If you're visiting Boston University, hop on the T's Green Line (Boston's subway) right outside the hotel, ride for a couple of stops, and you'll be there - although you get there on foot just as easily.
Known for catering to the needs of those visiting the Longwood Medical area hospitals and research centers, this hotel may not be an obvious choice if your target destination is a game at Fenway - but if you have business in Longwood and also want to go to a game, it's perfect!
If hotels closest to Fenway Park are booked - and that does happen on game nights - try these other choices located in the western end of Back Bay, the ritzy neighborhood next to Fenway. They're all within about a 10 minute walk from the ball park and sports bars.
First, a couple of super-luxury choices . . .
Located on Commonwealth Avenue, at the western edge of Back Bay, the luxurious all-suite Eliot Hotel is perfect for families and groups.
The Eliot is close to Fenway and BU, yet offers all of the convenience of Back Bay.
When you're checking rates, look for special packages . . . the Eliot often puts together tempting deals. Plus, it's home to two of Boston's best restaurants, Uni and Clio.
The Mandarin is one of Boston's 5-star hotels in the Back Bay neighborhood, so stay here when you want super-luxury plus proximity to Fenway Park.
The Mandarin has a fabulous spa, perfect if the Red Sox lose and you need special pampering.
McGreevy's and other sports bars are right down the street. Also close to the Boston Marathon finish line.
Now for a couple of budget-friendly suggestions . . .
The Charlesmark Hotel, located on Boylston Street right on the Boston Marathon finish line, is a small boutique hotel with "insider secret" status among its fans - although it's not that much of a secret, as it's often fully booked.
Getting to Fenway Park from the Charlesmark is easy - just a quick walk down Boylston Street.
The Sheraton Boston Hotel located next to Prudential Center and the Hynes Auditorium, is primarily a business hotel - which means you can sometimes find excellent weekend rates.
You'll love the atrium swimming pool and the near-luxury amenities designed to attract upper-end business travelers.
Walk 10 minutes to reach Fenway Park - and enjoy the excellent shopping in Pru Center.
As a Boston Local, I can tell you that any of these hotels near Fenway Park will be a great choice if you're here to see a Red Sox game. Choose based on your budget and desired amenities - and enjoy the game!
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