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Boston, Massachusetts
Seaport Hotel benefits
  • Complimentary Internet
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • 3 Restaurants and Bars
  • One of Boston's Best Gyms
  • Free Bicycles to Explore
  • Free Electric Car Charging
  • MBTA "T" stop on campus
  • Heated indoor pool
  • Say Hello to Our Neighborhood Experts
Say Hello to Our Neighborhood Experts
Meet our Chef Concierge, Danny Vargas.  Yes, you read that correctly - Chef Concierge.  Danny was recently admitted to Les Clefs d'Or, a prestigious organization that is the global professional association of hotel concierges, as symbolized by the two crossed gold keys he wears on his lapels.  

Born and raised in Chicago, Danny moved to Dallas by the age of 17.  His hospitality career started at the Four Seasons Dallas at Las Colinas, and he later moved to Hawaii where he spent 3 years at the Four Seasons Maui.  He made the leap back to the "mainland", landing in Boston, where he worked at both the Colonnade Hotel and the now Loews Hotel before joining the Seaport team.  We are fortunate to count him as our friend and colleague for the past nine years.  In his time away from the hotel, he loves spending time which his two children, Olivia (5) and Mateo (20 months), as well as his wife Leanne; they enjoy exploring the city as much as possible.  He remains an avid fan of Chicago sports teams and loves to cook, especially outdoors.  

When visiting Boston this autumn, Danny has a few suggestions for your consideration:

Visit one of Boston's Old Burying Grounds
Scattered throughout the city are 16 historic burying grounds, including many with graves dating back to the 1630s. Six of the cemeteries are open daily. Visitors can explore the numerous headstones, which have fascinating epitaphs and iconographies that tell the stories and beliefs of different centuries. The burying grounds of King's Chapel, Granary and Copp's Hill lie along the Freedom Trail and are among the more popular sites. The Forest Hills Cemetery in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood holds an arboretum, peaceful sculpture gardens and a small lake. Across the river in Cambridge, Mount Auburn Cemetery has a tall lookout tower with amazing views of Boston and the towns beyond. A few of the famous gravesites you can visit include those of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Mother Goose, Mary Chilton, Anne Sexton and Paul Revere.  

Take a Foliage Fall Cruise
Enjoy the beautiful fall foliage along the Charles River during on this 90-minute cruise! This tour is perfect for soaking up the spectacular foliage New England has to offer. Enjoy beautiful views of the cities of Boston and Cambridge including the Back Bay, and the campuses of MIT and Harvard University along with countless sailboats and rowers! Indulge in the quintessential flavors of fall with complimentary apple cider available onboard. Don't miss the most beautiful time of the year!

Explore the Rose Kennedy Greenway
Explore The Greenway with a free walking tour of this contemporary public park in the heart of Boston. During the tour you will learn about the Greenway Conservancy's Public Art Program, including seeing the current installations by Daniel Gordon and Andy Li and hearing about the motivations behind their work. You will also find out a little more about their garden design and favorite plants, and dive into the exciting history of this urban oasis.
Tours are FREE and open to the public.  Tours run on Thursday evenings at 5 pm, Friday afternoons at noon, and Saturday mornings at 10:30 am, and last approximately an hour.  They cover approximately half of The Greenway (from Chinatown to the Wharf District). A tour may be cancelled due to inclement weather or volunteer availability. Cancellations will be decided by 9 am the morning of a scheduled tour.

Danny and his Guest Services colleagues are pleased to make arrangements for you during your stay with us.  Please feel free to reach out to them at [email protected].  
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