Aloft Hotel Boston; A Gem in Boston’s Buzzing Seaport District

Last updated on December 18th, 2023 at 06:26 pm

Entering the hotel, you’ll be greeted by a burst of color and fun! The hotel lobby area is a wide space, decorated with disco-themed colors. Think colorful cushions, splattered art paintings, & unique decor- all of which make Aloft a unique place to stay! 

The rooms are modernized to transform its guests to loft-inspired hotel accommodations. With large windows, you’re in for a treat when it comes to natural light and sweeping views of the city. I checked into the two-queen guest room. This is the ideal spot for waking up to some sun and Boston landscapes. 

The bathroom area is particularly spacious, and is attached to another nook which houses an in-room safe and coffee station. The room also comes with a large work space, featuring two desk areas perfect for a quick business call. 

Aloft Hotel offers a pool area for guests, an on-site convenience store for your food/drinks needs, a fully equipped fitness center, dry-cleaning service, free coffee/tea, and meeting space. Enjoy a snack outside in the backyard area, or lounge by the fire pits on a chillier evening. 

If you’re visiting Boston in the summer months, a pool is a necessity; however, if you’re braving the Boston winters, luckily for you, the pool is warm. The convenience store in the lobby area is stocked with microwavable goodies, ice cream, snacks, fruits, and beverages. If you want a cheap and cheerful grab and go option, this is it!

Luckily for guests, the hotel has many options when it comes to dining. Aside from the convenience store in the lobby, the hotel is also home to W XYZ bar, where you can grab a cocktail and snack, and Alma Gaucha (a delicious, Brazilian steakhouse!)

Location: Seaport Area, Boston

Food/Drinks On-Site: W XYZ Bar & Alma Gaucha

What To Do In The Area: Seaport Boulevard, Southie Neighborhood, D’s Keys, Lawn on D

What Makes This Hotel Good For Solo Travel? While the hotel itself doesn’t host many activities, it’s in one of Boston’s most popular locations. Join a walking tour, take a boat trip, or restaurant-hop in the area to meet new people and locals