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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 winter, Danny has a few suggestions for your consideration:

The Boston Ballet's The Nutcracker:  A Boston holiday tradition at the Boston Opera House through December 26, the Boston Ballet dancers portray colorful characters on a magical journey to the Nutcracker Prince's kingdom in the clouds.  

Disney On Ice:  Mickey's Search Party:  Taking place at Agganis Arena, December 23 - January 2, join Mickey Mouse and his Disney friends on adventures filled with world-class skating, high flying acrobatics and unexpected stunts.

Ice Skating on the Frog Pond:  Nothing says winter fun like ice skating at the Boston Common.  Skate rentals are available.

New Year's Eve First Night/Ice Sculpture Stroll:  Boston's First Night returns this year and features art exhibits, dance performances, live music and fireworks at midnight.  The annual Ice Sculpture Stroll along Boston Harbor features 19 (mostly) waterfront locations.


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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