Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf Boston, MA 02110
Boston: Boston Vicinity
230 rooms, 16 floors
The Boston Harbor Hotel is an independent luxury property located at Rowes Wharf on the Boston waterfront. The hotel connects to various neighborhoods including Boston's Financial District, the North End, Chinatown and Boston's Seaport District. The new Rose Kennedy Greenway weaves a path just outside the Boston Harbor Hotel's cityside entrance, giving guests the opportunity to explore its nearly thirty acres of landscaped parks and walkways. The waterfront entrance of the hotel is positioned on Boston's Harborwalk. The Boston Harbor Hotel offers guests a wide array of services and dining options. The hotel has 24 hour concierge service, a gift shop, and a full service business center. Meritage is Chef Daniel Bruce's signature restaurant where guests enjoy wine-cuisine pairings; a concept perfected by Bruce at the Boston Wine Festival. The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and tea service along Boston's waterfront. In the summer, there is outside seating, and the restaurant becomes front row seating for the annual, outdoor Summer in the City Entertainment Series which the hotel has been hosting for ten years. The Rowes Wharf Bar offers a light fare dinner menu alongside its extensive drink selections. The Spa at Rowes Wharf is a full service health club and features a sixty-foot indoor, heated lap pool; an exercise room, personal training, daily fitness classes, and a fully stocked wardrobe of workout attire. Each of our 230 newly renovated guest rooms are designed with you in mind, and our impeccable service staff was trained to ensure your stay is extraordinary. All of our accommodations are designed to reflect the historic character of the waterfront in an elegant distinctly Boston style. All rooms at this luxury hotel offer magnificent views of either the breathtaking city skyline or the scenic harbor.
(Additional fees may apply to some amenities)
- Swimming Pool
- Restaurant On Site
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Hot Tub
- Fitness Facility
- Dry Cleaning/Laundry
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Interior Corridors
- Wheelchair Accessible
Meritage - The Restaurant
Meritage, launched in October of 2002, is the culmination of Chef Daniel Bruce’s 21 years as chef for the Boston Wine Festival. Chef Bruce pairs more than 200 dishes each year with outstanding wines from around the world. Fresh, seasonal cuisine is impeccably matched to the primary characteristics of wine. Large and small plates are offered for each item on the menu, and matched with complementary wine flavors. Using locally available ingredients and imported specialty items such as Kobe beef, ostrich, partridge, New York State Foie Gras, Nantucket Scallops and Vermont Pheasant, Chef Daniel Bruce offers a seasonally changing menu of wine-friendly food.
Meritage accesses a more than 12,000-bottle wine collection boasting over 850 different varieties. 1,500 bottles are prominently displayed in custom Sub Zero cases throughout the restaurant.
Rowes Wharf Sea Grille
The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille is perfectly situated where land meets sea at the most picturesque spot along the Boston waterfront. Chef Daniel Bruce’s vision for the restaurant celebrates the sea—inventive seafood dishes artfully presented, and a contemporary space with design accents that mirror the ocean beyond the windows. Heralded as a chef with a delicate hand when creating seafood cuisine, the menu showcases Daniel’s talent and technique. There are traditional favorites and adventurous offerings. The Rowes Wharf Sea Grille—an ocean oasis nestled on the city’s shore.
Rowes Wharf Bar
Located on the first floor with direct access to the streets of Boston, the Rowes Wharf Bar offers a casual, yet refined escape from the day's drudgeries. Our menu is sure to satisfy your taste buds.
Upon entering, one is immediately struck by the bar's relaxed atmosphere: classical music, nothing particularly out of the ordinary. Yet, within these wood-detailed walls lays Boston's most extensive selection of fine scotches.
In Scotland, whiskey remains the drink of choice. Be it a celebration or merely a sedentary moment of meditation, whiskey has an almost ubiquitous quality, making it an appropriate drink for all occasions.
Whiskey derives its name from the Gaelic word Usquaebach, literally meaning the water of life. So it should come as no surprise that the Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf chose to honor Rowes Wharf Bar by stocking it with over forty different scotches, both blended and single malt alike.