Set opposite Old City Hall, this famed birthplace of Parker House rolls and Boston Cream Pie is America's oldest continuously operating hotel. Exquisitely appointed guest rooms blend the authentic decor of the past with contemporary amenities. Located in downtown Boston on the Freedom Trail, the Omni Parker House Hotel opened its doors in 1855.
551 Rooms, Restaurant, 2 Bars, Concierge, 24-Hour Fitness Center, ATM, Currency Exchange, Dry Cleaning*, Gift Shop, High-Speed Wireless Internet Access, Pets Allowed(Restrictions Apply)*, Children’s Program, Safety Deposit Boxes, Translations Services, Valet Parking*, Car Rental*, Meeting Facilities, Wedding Services.
* denotes activities/services available for an additional cost. Amenities and inclusions are subject to change at any time.
Room Categories and Descriptions
Room amenities include individual climate control, LCD Flat screen TV's with cable, triple sheeting on bed with duvet, plush robes, extra blankets and pillows, hairdryer, in-room safes sized for laptops,iron and ironing board, complimentary USA Today delivered to your room each morning, coffeemakers (excludes Economy rooms), Wi-fi available*, work desk, dual-line telephone with dataport and voice mail, MP3 adaptable clocks.
Requests for a specific bedding arrangement or room location are fulfilled by the hotel based on availability.
Economy Petite - The comfortable Economy Petite Single has one twin bed and historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. This room has a maximum occupancy of one guest. 90 square feet.
Traditional - These beautifully restored rooms feature one full-sized bed, a work desk and historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. Maximum occupancy is two people per room. 125 square feet.
Traditional - Mobility Accessible - These beautifully restored rooms feature one full-sized bed, a work desk and historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. Maximum occupancy is two people per room. 125 square feet.
Rooms have either a roll-in shower with a hand-held shower head and grab bars (some with a tub) or a standard tub with grab bars in the tub. Grab bars are also near the standard toilet. The rooms feature enlarged door openings, and there is visual notification offered for the hotel alarm system and phone.
Deluxe - These rooms feature two full-size beds or one queen- or king-size bed, a work desk and historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. 210 square feet.
Executive - These spacious oversized rooms include one king bed or two full-size beds, a sitting area with a work desk, a queen size sleeper sofa, a coffee table, two sofa chairs and a nook with a vanity, historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. 400 square feet.
Premier Suite - These spacious accommodations are custom-appointed, honoring a historic Massachusetts figure with historic vintage décor featuring cherry wood furnishings, 19th century reproduction artwork and crown molding. Each suite includes one king bed or two full-size beds with a separate formal living room containing a pull-out sofa, a coffee table, arm chairs and a work desk area. 520 square feet.
Restaurants & Bars
Parker's Restaurant - You don’t have to go far to experience Boston’s finest dining. Featured in USA Today as Zagat's Top 15 Most Iconic Restaurants in America for 2013, this award-winning restaurant is the birthplace of Boston Cream Pie, Parker House rolls, and Boston Scrod. Parker’s restaurant offers guests a superb culinary experience and exceptional personal service. The Waterford crystal chandeliers and the ornate hand carved woodwork of this Grand Dame restaurant serve as a reminder of the days when Charles Dickens, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and other literary greats dined here as members of the “Saturday Club.”
Parker's Bar - Parker's Bar offers lighter pub fare and full service bar. The inviting and elegant décor features mahogany paneling, a fireplace and stained-glass windows.
The Last Hurrah - The Last Hurrah is a perfect place to meet friends and colleagues, to eat and drink, and to watch America walk by on Boston’s historic Freedom Trail. The Last Hurrah Bar offers a lighter fare, a collection of Bostonian whiskeys, and specialty martinis and cocktails.
24-hour guest room dining is available.
|Resort Rating Key|
|Exceptional (Premier property with finest services,
amenities and exquisite surroundings)
|Deluxe (Prime location with outstanding service, elegant accommodations and a wide array of amenities)|
|Good (Tastefully furnished accommodations with
assortment of amenities and services)
|Moderate (Comfortable accommodations with limited
amenities and services)
|Fair (Clean, basic, budget property)|
|Very limited appeal|