Omni Parker House, Boston

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The longest continuously operating hotel in the United States, the Omni Parker House has been a Boston landmark since 1855. It has hosted every American president since Ulysses S. Grant, as well as meetings of the Saturday Club, whose literary members famously intertwined their history with that of the hotel’s. Here, Longfellow drafted Paul Revere’s Ride, and Charles Dickens gave his first American reading of A Christmas Carol. Today, this magnificent property is an upscale hotel featuring first-class amenities throughout, 551 luxurious guestrooms and suites, three dining options, and 23,000 square feet of event space. Ideally located on Boston’s Freedom Trail, it offers the perfect blend of historic charm and modern-day conveniences.

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Experience Boston Common, the Old State House, Boston Public Garden, the Boston Harborwalk, and Faneuil Hall/Quincy Marketplace just steps away.

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Discover the charm and timeless beauty of the longest continuously operating hotel in the United States, the Omni Parker House, Boston.

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Explore

Explore the iconic Freedom Trail and see Revolutionary War history come to life.

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Experience

Experience a swan boat ride in the Boston Public Garden, the first public botanical garden in the United States.

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Taste

Taste the signature Boston Cream Pie and the soft, buttery Parker House Rolls of Parker’s Restaurant inside the Omni Parker House, Boston.

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