Boston Park Plaza
For five decades, the Boston Park Plaza hotel was the largest independent hotel in New England and the 8th largest hotel in the world. Built by famed self-made millionaire and renowned hotelier, E.M. Statler, the historic Massachusetts hotel was built in the Back Bay, a popular destination for Bostonians and visitors alike, offering a variety of shopping, delicious cuisine, and historical landmarks.
Within the 15-floors of Boston Park Plaza are 6 restaurants to adequately accommodate the guests of its 1,060 guestrooms and 57 suites. The landmark Boston hotel opened on March 10, 1927, as the Statler Hotel, part of the E.M. Statler Empire. In all its original glory, these Boston accommodations offer a peaceful retreat from the noises and sights of the city.
Boston Park Plaza was proposed as a "city within a city" and was built as a multi-use hotel and office building to ensure a dependable flow of revenue.
Original Property Opened: 1927
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA 02116-3912
Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946
The Jazz Age, 1919 ~ 1928
For five decades, the Boston Park Plaza hotel was the largest independent hotel in New England and the 8th largest hotel in the world. Built by famed self-made millionaire and renowned hotelier, E.M.
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