Sleep in stately comfort at America's longest continually operating hotel
The Omni Parker House has welcomed travelers and socialites since 1855 and was listed by AAA in 2009 as one of the top 10 historic hotels. Omni Parker House is considered to be one of the longest continuously operating hotels in the U.S. and has welcomed such guests as J.F.K., Bill Clinton, Joan Crawford and Ann-Margret. Pass through the hotel's grand bronze doors and enter a world of class and elegance. A $30 million renovation modernized the property without detracting from its historic reputation.
Longest continuously running hotel in the U.S.
Award-winning Parker's restaurant where Emeril Lagasse once cooked
$30 million renovation in 2008
Walk to Beacon Hill, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market
Whether you book a more traditional room with a double bed or upgrade to a deluxe room or suite, all 551 guestrooms at the Omni Parker House have impeccable appointments, including triple sheeting on the beds, extra pillows, plush robes, in-room safes, hair dryers and coffee makers. The renovated rooms reflect the décor of the past with custom cherry furnishings and well-polished heirlooms. All rooms have LCD flat-screen TVs with cable and on-demand movies, MP3-enabled alarm clocks and Wi-Fi (fees apply).
With awards coming from AAA, Fodor's and Orbitz, the Omni Parker House exudes elegance. The lobby whisks visitors back to a simpler, yet stately era with rich woods, high ceilings, chandeliers, etched columns and warm hues. Daily housekeeping and dry cleaning services keep things spiffy, while in-room dining and a complimentary fitness center are available 24 hours a day. The award-winning, historic Parker's restaurant is home to Boston cream pie.
Logan International Airport (2.5 mi/4.3 km)
Closest subway: Park Street (150 yards)
Overnight valet parking (fees apply)
Located on the Freedom Trail
Orpheum Theater (1 block)
Newbury Street (6 blocks)
Boston Common (1 block)
3,513 square-foot rooftop ballroom with spectacular city views
18 meeting rooms
23,000 square feet of functional meeting space
On-site audio/visual equipment services
Omni Parker House Rooms
Deluxe Room 1 King Bed - 210 sq ft - Beautifully restored conservative Boston decor with custom cherry furnishings, richly colored fabrics and 19th century reproduction art work. Room includes work area.
Deluxe Room 2 Double Beds - 210 sq ft - Beautifully restored conservative Boston decor with custom cherry furnishings, richly colored fabrics and 19th century reproduction art work.
Executive Room 2 Double Beds - 400 sq ft - Featuring a sitting area with a queen size sofa bed, two chairs and a work desk.
Premier Suite - One Bedroom 1 King Bed - 520 sq ft - Individually decorated to honor historic Boston figures. Featuring formal living room, arm chair,a large work area and a sofabed
Executive Room 1 King Bed - 400 sq ft - Featuring a sitting area with a queen size sofa bed, two chairs and a work desk.
Economy Petite Single Room
Petite 1 Twin Bed- 90 sq ft-Maximum occupancy for this room is one person. Beautifully Boston decor, richly colored fabrics. This is a small room about 8 x 10. Great for the busy traveler who does not mind a small room.
Accessible Traditional 1 Dbl Bed
125 sq ft Enlarged door openings.Grab Bars available near toilet and in tub. Standard shower with hand held shower head.Toilet and sink are standard height.Visual notification for hotel alarm system and phone are available.
Sink protrudes in front of shower stall allowing 39in between edge of sink.
ADA Deluxe 2 Double Beds
180 sq ft Enlarged door openings. Grab Bars available near toilet and in tub. Standard shower with hand held shower head. Toilet and sink are standard height. Visual notification for hotel alarm system and phone are available. Beautifully restored conservative Boston decor with custom cherry furnishings.
Coffee maker in room
24 hour room service
24 hour front desk
Express check in
Safe deposit box
Car rental desk
Audio visual equipment
Cellular telephone rental
Wheel chair access
Grab bars in bathroom
TDD telephone machine
Television with cable
AM/FM alarm clock
Desk with lamp
Heated guest rooms
Hairdryer in room
Fire alarm with light
Over sized rooms
In room movies
Electronic door locks
Sprinklers in rooms
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The hotel is a little older but very charming with some really great architectural features if you're into that. Very responsive staff, all very friendly. However for almost $500 a night, we had a view of a wall next door. But right outside the
door you have access to pretty much everything Boston has to offer so that makes up for any negatives.