The Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection4.0 out of 5.0
The Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We decided to stay at this hotel because of the rooftop igloos that they have their. If you stay there, you are able to go up 1st at 4 PM and I suggest that you get there at 4:00 p.m. The igloos immediately get filled up and they are 10 people per tent. The hotel itself is very nice. The rooms are big and the service is great. The hotel is conveniently located in the Seaport district and I would highly recommend it.
Stayed here for the night. We had a holiday party right next door so the location of the Envoy was perfect. Friendly greeting by the staff. Staff was accommodating we had a lot of luggage for the evening Love the decor of this hotel. Done with a lot of style Also love the lily coffee/espresso machine
I stay at the Envoy almost once a month, so I've made at least 10 if not 20 stays over the past couple of years, and there are reasons I keep coming back. The decor and design is top notch, the service friendly, the food better than most, and they consistently treat their Marriott Platinum members well. I also appreciate the location in Seaport, close to both top dining options and the downtown financial district. I have occasionally had issues getting charged for mini-bar items I did not consume (sometimes they don't stock the mini bar before check in then try and charge for all the missing items) and I very regularly have issues where my folio/points are not posted after check out, but these are manageable, irregular inconveniences. Overall, I definitely recommend the Envoy to anyone traveling to Boston and looking for a quality stay.
Would never stay again. The restaurant/bar is laughable. Bartenders are rude not knowledgeable of what beers they have. Inattentive. The hotel rooms we had two different ones and they are not clean. Kinda dingy and musty smell avoid it. We would not come back we stayed two years ago and rooms were nice this time not so much very disappointed.
Just came back from a nice stay at the Envoy. They had the rooftop bar open with small igloos and is was nice and warm and quite fun. The hotel is great with location in Seaport and overall very nice hotel, with great bar.
Hotel was very nice and the rooftop was amazing with wonderfull views. Rooms and beds was comfortable and hotel was very clean. Hotel was well located and really near the river. I can warmly recommend the hotel.
We payed extra for a delux king room with a City view. When we arrived the room was rather small but we were fine with it. What we weren’t happy with was when we opened the blinds our view... was not a City. We were looking directly into the equinox gym. That’s not a view and we would have not payed more to stay in a room like that, it was rather awkward. I called down to the front desk to make sure that I was in a delux City view room, and I was assured that I was. I asked if I could upgrade my room or change to the other side with a harbor view ( saying I was willing to pay more) the front desk clerk told me the only thing he could do was downgrade me, it was pretty disappointing considering the price we paid. The food was great and the drinks at the bar were great, but the hotel management should have given better service for sure.
Beautiful hotel with a really good restaurant. Great location, nice and modern and super trendy with an upscale feel. Gorgeous rooftop and pet friendly too! Very nice and helpful staff and would definitely stay there again.
We went to the rooftop to enjoy the view and was not disappointed. We stayed at a sister Marriott property on the wharf, but this one has a great view and a nice bar upstairs with comfy seating and a really nice view. You can get there by water taxi and that is a treat in itself.
Summary: Great service, very attractive design throughout, good central location especially for high tech travelers who have business in the Innovation District or even meetings in the Convention Center, excellent in-house restaurant with good additional choices in a short walking distance (a colleague from Europe told me to check out the nearby Chinese restaurant for example). The roof bar has nice views; the “igloos” in cold weather are not warm enough & the plastic chairs are freezing, so they’re interesting to see and a cool idea - but need work. Pluses: The hotel decor is sleek and attractive for all ages (see room photos - the funky bike stand for the TV is very creative); at 134 rooms & only 6 floors high, it has a boutique ambience in a big city - which is nice. The hote has a feel that leans more towards a ~25-40 year old clientele (I’m sure to be in keeping with the entrepreneurial high tech vibe of this pioneering Innovation District location), so while I am sure they are very nice to families, it’s more along those lines - though not as extreme or night clubby as some W’s which in my opinion appeal to a similar age group. I’m really liking how hotels are getting away from carpeting in favor of tile floors; this one balances that with comfort by having a rug just surround the bed. Great in-house restaurant with excellent food (see separate review)! Rooms have lots of electrical outlets & USB ports which is great for charging all of your devices. Nice touches: an umbrella and a bag in the closet area - which in Boston can come in handy! The customer service of the staff is excellent and super pleasant from check-in through check out. The location is convenient to either the Convention Center (without being right in the middle of it), or there’s easy access to downtown right across the water. It’s a short commute from Logan Airport and even closer to South Station if you travel by train Suggestions & Observations: Even though Sleeper St. is currently a dead end given that the bridge is blocked off, that side is noisy up to 11pm and shortly before 7am. Deliveries, boats honking etc. are noisy, even with ear plugs. Room: While comfortable and very attractive, and I certainly had a nice room, I felt a bit cramped & would like a good 3 feet or more space of width. You have to step around the bed carefully, there’s very little room to do anything extra (like set up a coffee pot - which you have to ask for because they serve free coffee in the lobby), hanging pants out from travel is a challenge with the short open “closet” area. Night light under mirror: there is a switch which you have to reach up and under behind the sink to shut off. Not a big deal, just an FYI.
- Walking distance to Boston Children's Museum and Boston Harbor
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- 24-hour health club
Located in Seaport District, The Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection is adjacent to Boston Harbor and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Boston Children's Museum. This 136-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like a 24-hour health club and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Boston and also a short walk from New England Aquarium and Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. For your convenience, a full breakfast is available for a fee.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch a Smart TV with cable channels and Netflix. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a minibar, a phone, and an ironing board.
At The Envoy Hotel, Autograph Collection, guests have access to a 24-hour health club, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. Valet parking is offered for USD 49 per day. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help with securing valuables, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has express check-out.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 590 reviews