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The centerpiece of Boston’s Battery Wharf renaissance, The Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront merges the North End’s trademark charm with a contemporary appreciation for history and sense of place. Featuring 150 stylishly designed guest rooms and suites with extraordinary waterfront views, this luxurious boutique Boston Waterfront hotel on the pedestrian-friendly Harbor Walk features Battery Wharf Grille, a waterfront restaurant with an expansive patio for outdoor dining, a gourmet coffee shop, a 24-hour observation deck, water transportation pavilion with water taxi service to Boston Logan Airport, 10,000 square feet of flexible event space, award-winning Exhale Spa and Fitness, and easy access to Boston’s bustling Financial District, Freedom Trail, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and TD Garden, New England’s premier sports and entertainment arena.

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Walk Through Boston's History

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Boston is known around the world as the birthplace of the American Revolution. We are a treasure trove of historical sites including the Old North Church, Paul Revere House and the North Square Park, the center of the 17th century community life.

Boston visitors gravitate toward the charm of the North End's Hanover Street to enjoy dining at a variety restaurants and beloved pastry shops.  

A River Running Through A City

Discover  Boston's pedestrian friendly Harborwalk at Battery Wharf Hotel or learn about the rich history of the Coast Guard Base.

Exhibit at Boston waterfront events venue hotel

Boston Maritime Museum presents 1,100 square feet of space retelling the history of Massachusetts Bay, featuring the history of Battery Wharf from colonial times to present. Among the exhibits is a large live-oak timber preserved over the years used to repair wooden-hulled warships like the USS Constitution which was built in a shipyard near Battery Wharf. 

Each of our four buildings were named after great ships and fellow Bostonians: 

Building 2 -  Joseph Warren Revere:  owned Battery Wharf for a while and was the 11th child of Paul Revere. 
Building 3 -  Sea Cloud: named after a ship that was docked at the Constitution Wharf.  It was the world’s largest private sail yacht until commissioned for naval service. 
Building 4 -  Great Admiral: A large ship that used to be docked at Constitution Wharf. Named after Civil War Admiral Joseph Farragut. 
Building 5 -  Sara Josepha Hale:  Helped to raise money for the Bunker Hill Monument.  She wrote “Mary Had a Little Lamb” among other poems. She also campaigned to have Thanksgiving deemed a national holiday

Freedom trail Boston MA hotel stay package plan offer

Explore the Freedom Trail, the infamous 2-1/2 mile pedestrian walkway that traces a path from Boston Common through Faneuil Hall to the USS Constitution. 

Equally pedestrian-friendly, the 43-mile Boston Harborwalk is highlighted by public parks, cafes, and interpretive signage.