Our hotel is located in the heart of the city's stage performance scene. The area's theaters are home to popular long-standing shows as well as limited-run performances from Broadway tours, local theater companies, and university productions.
Citi Performing Arts Theater
270 Tremont Street, 1 minute walk
Performing arts center includes the Citi Wang Theatre, Citi Shubert Theatre, and Citi Emerson Colonial Theatre. These three historic landmarks present dance, dramatic productions, popular artists and a range of other performing arts.
74 Warrenton Street, 2 minute walk
The Charles Playhouse is the current home of Boston's long-running hits, the critically acclaimed Blue Man Group in its 16th year and the longest running play in American History, the hilarious whodunnit, Shear Madness, in its 31st year. The venue is owned and operated by Broadway In Boston.
246 Tremont Street, 1 minute walk
The Wilbur Theatre was built in 1914 and has been the scene of many landmark productions such as the prebroadway premiere of "A Streetcar Named Desire". In 2008 the Comedy Connection set up shop at the Wilbur and is now bringing the biggest names in comedy and music.
Boston Opera House
539 Washington Street, 7 minute walk
Opulent, domed theater hosting the region’s most active program of top touring Broadway shows, Boston Ballet performances and other high-quality cultural presentations and concerts in New England.
559 Washington Street, 6 minute walk
The Paramount originally opened in 1932 as one of Boston's spectacular cinema palaces. As the golden age of cinema waned, so did the Paramount, falling into a total state of disrepair along with most of the other buildings in this section of the Boston Theater District.
The Orpheum Theater
1 Hamilton Place, 6 minute walk
Built in 1852, the Orpheum is one of the oldest theaters in Boston, as well as in the United States. Originally called the Boston Music Hall, the Orpheum served as home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1881 until 1900, when it was converted to a vaudeville theater and given its present name.