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Top 10 Accessible Hotels Boston
By: Danielle Max | May 16 2017

There’s no end of options of where to stay in Boston. Depending on which side of the Charles River you want to be on, both Boston and Cambridge offer a huge range of options to fit all needs – and budgets. From history to shopping and science to sailing, Boston has it all.


Long Wharf buzzing on a summer day | Kyle Klein Photography/Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism

1. Aloft Boston Seaport
401-403 D St, Boston, MA 02210
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3-Star Hotel

It’s fitting that the innovative Aloft Boston Seaport is located in the vibrant Seaport neighborhood, which is also known as the Innovation District. Aloft hotels are certainly not your average hotel. Help yourself at the 24-7 re:fuel by Aloft for a quick bite whenever hunger strikes, or mix and mingle with a drink and snack at the w xyz bar. Need local tips? Check out Aloft Boston Seaport’s in-touch kiosks in the re:mix lounge, for easy Internet access.

Accessible rooms feature roll-in showers or bathtubs with grab bars, as well as portable tub seats.

Hearing-accessible features include a visual fire alarm, doorbell notification device, telephone notification device, portable communications kits containing visual alarms and notification devices, TTY and TVs with closed captioning.

The hotel offers complimentary wheelchair-accessible transportation and accessible parking, an accessible swimming pool and fitness center.

If you have any questions about accessible facilities and services, call the hotel at 617-530-1600 or find out more here.

2. The Colonnade Hotel Boston
120 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
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4-Star Hotel

The Colonnade Hotel, in Boston's iconic Back Bay neighborhood, is nestled at the intersection of a quaint residential community and Boston’s main shopping districts in Copley Square and Newbury Street. The hotel has a gourmet on-site restaurant – Brasserie JO – a fully equipped fitness center and a rooftop pool that offers a sweeping view of the Boston skyline. In-room indulgences include a 37-inch flat-screen LCD TV, Keurig coffee brewers, dimmable lighting, plush pillow-top bed, an abundance of outlets and complimentary ultra-high-speed Internet.

Accessible rooms include fully accessible shower and/or bath with bathtub seating with handrails and roll-in shower.  

Hearing-accessible features available include closed caption programming, knock light, visual fire alarms, TDD.

Find out more here.

3. Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center
811 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02118
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3-Star Hotel

The Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center is centrally located among Boston downtown hotels and just four miles Logan International Airport, making it the perfect spot for exploring the city. Carb up with Hampton’s free hot breakfast in the hotel lobby before embarking on a day of sightseeing. If you prefer to avoid the crowds first thing (we understand!), upgrade to a suite and enjoy fresh coffee or tea in your room, which comes with a mini-refrigerator and microwave. No matter which type of room you choose, take advantage of premium TV channels, free WIFI and complimentary shuttle to the airport and local attractions.

Accessible rooms have lowered light switches, peep holes and thermostat controls. Bathrooms have roll-in showers. Portable shower chairs are available.

Hearing-accessible features include audio/vibrate/strobe phones, closed captioning on televisions or closed captioning decoders, strobe alarm and TTY for guest use.

Large print menus are available.

Doors numbers are also rendered in braille.

The hotel has an accessible business center, swimming pool and exercise facility. Accessible parking, including van parking, is available in the self-parking facility. Transportation is also available with advance notice.

Find out more here.

4. Hilton Boston Logan Airport
1 Hotel Dr, Boston, MA 02128
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4-Star Hotel

You can land in Boston and then land in bed just minutes later when you stay at the Hilton Boston Logan Airport – the only hotel on airport property directly connected to Terminals A and E via pedestrian walkways. The hotel offers a 24-hour courtesy bus service to all airport terminals, the Rental Car Center, subway and water taxi, so you can get where you are going with ease. If you are worried about being kept awake by planes landing and taking off, don’t be. The soundproofed windows and luxurious bedding means you’ll be counting sheep rather than counting planes. If you are looking for a pick-you-up in the morning, Café Presto offers Starbucks coffee and freshly baked pastries to get you started for the day.

Bathrooms have grab bars and emergency pull cords are available.

Hearing-accessible features include digital alarm clock with sound and vibrating pad or digital alarm clock with sound and strobe light.

The hotel has an accessible business center, restaurant, exercise facility and heated indoor swimming pool (hoist for access).

Find out more here.

5. Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor
101 Harborside Dr, Boston, MA 02128
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4-Star Hotel

The Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor is located on the historic Boston waterfront and offers easy access to top city attractions via water taxi to downtown or accessible shuttle to public transportation at Boston Airport. The location also makes for breathtaking views of the city skyline, so take your pick of either city or water view when booking.

Accessible rooms include wheelchair accessible doors, peepholes, climate controls and closet poles. Bathrooms have raised toilet seats, roll-in showers, bathtub benches or seats upon request. All accessible bathrooms have grab rails.

Hearing-accessible features include closed captioned television in all rooms, telephone alerting devices, front door alerting devices, amplified telephone handsets, vibratory alarm/bed shaker and audio-visual smoke detectors upon request.

Braille symbols can be installed in elevators upon request.

Call the hotel directly at 617-568-1234 for additional information or find out more here.

6. Kimpton Onyx Hotel
155 Portland St, Boston, MA 02114
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4-Star Hotel

If you are a pet person, then the Kimpton Onyx Hotel is an ideal spot for your Boston break. The hotel welcomes animals big and small with no restrictions on type or size (the hotel also caters to those with allergies) so you can bring Fido with you when you go on your travels. The hotel has a carefully curated family-style atmosphere that permeates every inch of the property, from the spacious guest rooms to Ruby Room restaurant-lounge.

Mobility accessible rooms have roll-in showers or accessible tub with grab bars and a handheld showerhead.

Hearing-accessible features include TTY capabilities.

The hotel has valet parking, accessible restrooms and an accessible exercise facility.

Email or call the Reservation Specialist at 617-772-5816 with any questions or find out more here.

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
606 Congress St, Boston, MA 02210
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4-Star Hotel

Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure – or mixing the two – the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel offers a host of premium amenities and spacious, rooms and suites (and a sensational waterfront view). Choose from a range of on-site dining options, stylish bar, gym, and a heated indoor pool and enjoy the hotel’s nautical design elements. There’s an on-site Starbucks and free Wi-Fi access in common areas.

Mobility accessible rooms have roll-in showers.

Hearing-accessible features include visual alarms and visual notification devices for door and phone.

The hotel has an accessible business center, fitness center, spa and swimming pool.

Find out more here.

8. Sheraton Boston Hotel
39 Dalton St, Boston, MA 02199
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4-Star Hotel

The Sheraton Boston Hotel boasts New England’s largest indoor/outdoor hotel pool. The fifth-floor pool features lap lanes, an outdoor patio and a retractable glass ceiling. If shopping is more your thing, the hotel is connected to the Prudential Center and upscale Copley Place Mall, offering more than 200 shops and restaurants, and is also just one block from famed Newbury Street, known for its designer boutiques.

Accessible guest rooms have roll-in showers or bathtubs with grab bars. Portable tub seats are available.

Hearing-accessible features include a visual fire alarm, doorbell and telephone notification device, portable communications kits containing visual alarms and notification devices, TTY and TVs with closed captioning.

The hotel has an accessible fitness center, swimming pool, business center and restaurant.

Valet parking is available.

Call the hotel at 617-236-2000 with any questions about the accessible facilities and services or find out more here.

9. The Royal Sonesta Boston
40 Edwin H Land Blvd, Cambridge, MA 02142
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4-Star Hotel

The newly renovated Royal Sonesta Boston is located just three minutes from Logan International Airport on the Cambridge banks of the Charles River, giving a commanding view of the Boston skyline. The hotel has 400 guest rooms and suites featuring flat-screen HD-LCD television, complimentary high-speed Internet access (and ISDN capabilities. Enjoy a swim in the atrium-style pool then have a snack in the in-house coffee shop, Studio, which features on-the-go breakfast, lunch and snack options, or opt for something more substantial at Restaurant dante, Bar & Patio, which features classic Italian cuisine in a "high-style" river front location.

Accessible rooms have a view of the Charles River and Boston skyline. They have 36'' clearance around three bedsides, closet and counter heights are to ADA standards, entry and bathroom doors allow 32'' clear passage, door hardware usable with one hand without tight grasping, pinching or twisting.

Security latch, peephole and key card are 42-48'' above floor.

River View rooms are available with roll-in shower or bathtub.

Hearing-accessible features include visual smoke and fire alarms, visual and audio notification of doorbell and a visual fire alarm linked to the building-wide system.

Find out more here.

10. The Westin Boston Waterfront
425 Summer St, Boston, MA 02210
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4-Star Hotel

You’ll be spoilt for choice deciding what to do see first when you stay at the Westin Boston Waterfront. Just steps from the hotel, an aquatic shuttle will transport you to the historic Boston Harbor Islands. It's also a quick ride to the Back Bay, the Financial District and family attractions such as the New England Aquarium and the Boston Children’s Museum.  As for the hotel itself, each of the 793 guest rooms have a 32-inch LCD TV, coffee maker with Starbucks Coffee and a refreshment center. Kids will love the welcoming coloring books and bath toys while any doggy companions will bark for joy at this own dog bed.

Accessible guest rooms have roll-in showers or bathtubs with grab bars. Portable tub seats are available.

Hearing accessible features include a visual fire alarm, doorbell notification device, telephone notification device and portable communications kits containing visual alarms and notification devices, TTY and televisions with closed captioning.

The hotel has an accessible fitness center, swimming pool and business center.

There is an accessible self-parking area for cars and vans.

Call the hotel at 617-532-4600 with any questions about the accessible facilities and services on offer or find out more here.

 

 

 

 

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