Book your room at Boston Omni Parker House Hotel
Deluxe Room, 1 King BedMax Occupancy: 2 guests (up to 1 child, 1 infant)
Traditional RoomMax Occupancy: 2 guests (up to 1 child, 1 infant)
Deluxe Room, 2 Double BedsMax Occupancy: 4 guests (up to 3 children, 3 infants)
Deluxe Room, 1 Queen BedMax Occupancy: 2 guests (up to 1 child, 1 infant)
Executive Room, 1 King BedMax Occupancy: 4 guests (up to 3 children, 3 infants)
Executive Room, 2 Double BedsMax Occupancy: 6 guests (up to 5 children, 5 infants)
Premier Suite, 1 King BedMax Occupancy: 4 guests (up to 3 children, 3 infants)
Petite Room one Twin BedMax Occupancy: 1 guest
Traditional Room, AccessibleMax Occupancy: 2 guests (up to 1 child)
Historic and luxurious downtown Boston hotel
Along Freedom Trail
Located on Freedom Trail in downtown Boston, this hotel is 3 blocks from Quincy Market, 2 from the State House and Boston Common, and adjacent to the Financial District. The hotel is 10 minutes from Logan International Airport by car and 20 minutes by train for only USD 2 each way.
Crystal and pie
With its roots in the 19th century, the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel features dark oak paneling and 19th-century art. The restaurant is the birthplace of Boston Cream Pie, Parker House rolls, and the term "scrod."
Handsomely appointed rooms at the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel blend traditional style, such as cherry-wood furnishings and marble baths, with up-to-date amenities such as wireless Internet access.Information missing or incorrect? Tell us!
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel
The Boston Omni Parker House Hotel, which opened in 1855, is the longest continuously operating hotel in America. It stands at the foot of historic Beacon Hill. The Massachusetts State House, with its distinctive gilded dome, is two blocks away.
The Parker House has 18 meeting rooms with mahogany furniture and hand-carved chandeliers, mantelpieces, and mirror frames. Some of these rooms are named after literary figures who spent time in the hotel, such as Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. The rooftop ballroom affords sweeping views of Boston. Around-the-clock room service meet the needs of travelers from all time zones. The 24-hour fitness center is equipped with treadmills, stair machines, exercise bikes, and resistance machines. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the public areas of the hotel.
- Fitness facilities
- Conference space
- Meeting rooms
- Multilingual staff
- 24-hour front desk
- Safe-deposit box at front desk
- Total number of rooms - 551
- Gift shops or newsstand
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Valet parking (surcharge)
- Number of floors - 15
- Number of bars/lounges - 2
- Breakfast available (surcharge)
- Free Wi-Fi
- Limo or Town Car service available
- Rooftop terrace
- Luggage storage
- Smoke-free property
- Coffee shop or café
- Wedding services
- Complimentary newspapers in lobby
- Tours/ticket assistance
- Number of meeting rooms - 18
- Year Built 1855
- 24-hour business center
- Number of buildings/towers - 1
Available in all rooms: Wireless internet access ( 9.95 USD per day ), Wired high-speed Internet access (surcharge)
Available in some public areas: Free Wi-Fi
- Premium TV channels
- Hypo-allergenic bedding available
- Premium bedding
- Room service (24 hours)
- Blackout drapes/curtains
- Climate control
- Air conditioning
- Coffee/tea maker
- Pay movies
- Complimentary toiletries
- Iron/ironing board
- Cribs/infant beds available
- Refrigerator (on request)
- In-room safe (laptop compatible)
- Wireless Internet access (surcharge)
- Daily housekeeping
- Private bathroom
- Hair dryer
- Pillow menu
- Rollaway/extra beds available
- Cable TV service
- MP3 docking station
- Wired high-speed Internet access (surcharge)
- LCD TV
Where to Eat
Parker's - Appointed with oak paneling and Waterford chandeliers, Parker's serves American and Continental cuisine, including its famous Parker House Rolls and Boston Cream Pie. John F. Kennedy proposed to Jacqueline Bouvier at Table 40.
Parker's Bar - Mahogany paneling, a fireplace, and stained-glass windows provide appealing surroundings for cocktails, along with dining from the Parker's menu. The spot was popular with Boston's Saturday Club, a 19th-century literary group that included Thoreau, Emerson, and Oliver Wendell Holmes.
The Last Hurrah - This bar draws locals and Beacon Hill politicians for drinks and meals. It has a lighter, more casual feel than Parker's and is a good spot for people-watching both inside and out along School and Tremont streets.
Nearby Things to Do
The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or near the hotel; fees may apply.
- Kayaking nearby
- Bicycle rentals nearby
To make requests for specific accessibility needs, complete the “Special or Accessibility Requests" section of “Trip Preferences" when you book your hotel.
- Accessibility equipment for the deaf
- Braille or raised signage
- Accessible parking
- Accessible bathroom
- Accessible path of travel
- In-room accessibility
- Roll-in shower
Check-in time starts at 3 PM
Minimum check-in age is 21
Special check-in instructions:
Check-out time is noon
Pets allowed, Maximum number of pets per room 2
You need to know
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
- Breakfast fee: USD 24 per person (approximately)
- Fee for in-room wireless Internet: USD 9.95 per day (rates may vary)
- Valet parking fee: USD 39.75 per day (in/out privileges)
- Pet fee: USD 50 per room, per stay
- Pet deposit: USD 50.00 per stay
- Refrigerator fee: USD 30 per night
- In-room microwave fee: USD 30 per night
- Crib (infant bed) fee: USD 30 per night
- Rollaway bed fee: USD 30 per night
Awards & Affiliations
- The property is a member of Historic Hotels of America.