Getting to YOTEL Boston, how to get around the city and general tips for your stay
YOTEL Boston is located in Boston’s Seaport District at 65 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA 02210
The Seaport District is conveniently located just steps from Boston’s Financial District/Downtown and other historic areas such as the North End and Back Bay.
GETTING TO YOTEL BOSTON
From the airport
It is about 10 minutes in a taxi from Boston Logan international Airport and about 15 minutes on the MBTA silver line – Courthouse Station is below YOTEL Boston.
From Boston South Station
It is about a 10-minute walk and 5 minute taxi drive from Boston South Station.
There is an underground bus rapid transit station on the MBTA’s silver line and conveniently located below YOTEL Boston.
YOTEL guests will have access to a paid for car park operated by a third party with a valet service from the hotel.
DETAILED TRANSPORT INFORMATION
From Logan International Airport (BOS)
Northwest on Harborside Dr toward Hotel Dr. (which becomes Transportation Way. Merge onto I-90 W/Massachusetts Tpke W/Ted Williams Tunnel toward I-93/Williams Tunnel. Take EXIT 25 toward South Boston. Keep left to take the ramp toward Seaport Blvd. Turn slight right onto B St. Turn left onto Seaport Blvd.
To get to YOTEL Boston from the airport take the Silver Line 1 South Station to Courthouse-Inbound Stop. YOTEL Boston is directly above the Courthouse-Inbound stop. Fare: $2.75
From Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT)
Northwest on Airport Rd toward Cell Phone Lot Rd. Turn slight right to stay on Airport Rd. Stay straight to go onto NH-3A/Brown Ave. Merge onto I-293 S/NH-101 E toward Salem/Concord/Portsmouth. Merge onto I-93 S toward Salem/Boston (Crossing into Massachusetts). Take the Purchase St exit, EXIT 23.Keep left at the fork in the ramp. Turn left onto Oliver St. Stay straight to go onto Seaport Blvd
From T F Green Airport (PVD)
Start out going northeast on Airport Connector Rd. Turn right to stay on Airport Connector Rd. Merge onto I-95 N toward Providence (Crossing into Massachusetts. Merge onto I-93 N/US-1 N/MA-3 N/Southeast Expy N via EXIT 12 toward Boston. Take the I-90 E exit, EXIT 20, toward South Boston/Logan Airport. Keep right to take the ramp toward South Boston. Keep left to take the ramp toward Seaport Blvd. Stay straight to go onto E Service Rd. Turn left onto Seaport Blvd.
GETTING AROUND BOSTON
Boston is a walking city and old one at that. Cobblestones and brick sidewalks can take a toll so choose your footwear carefully. Ride sharing apps such as Uber and Lyft are very popular in Boston and offer a great alternative to the traditional forms of transportation.
Boston’s Bike share program is an exciting transportation alternative. Become a member online or buy a pass from the Hubway station kiosk directly. Unlock any available bike using your member key. Sightsee around for as long as your pass is active. You can return your bike to any Hubway station!
Unique three wheeled transportation. This option is great for last minute passage to and from your desired location. You may also pre-arrange a personal tour of any neighbourhood in advance. Pedicabs can also add rolling excitement to weddings, corporate outings, etc. 617-266-2005.
Water taxi and ferry services
Massport provides water shuttles from Logan Airport’s boat dock to 20 different Water Taxi Landings within Boston’s entire waterfront. Water taxis are available year-round and do not need to be scheduled. Website. Tel: 617-227-4320
MBTA Harbor Express offers high speed everyday service connecting Boston to Higham and Hull. Website Tel: 617-222-3200
SOME GENERAL TIPS
Welcome to New England where weather changes like…the weather! Rain and snow can impact travel times for all major roads and public transportation systems. Plan ahead and allow yourself additional time.
Expect higher estimated travel times when travel during rush hour. Choose to ride the subway (“The T”) to avoid delay. Rush hour can vary, but typical times are from 7:30am - 9.30am and 4:00pm- 7:00pm (07:30-09:30 and 16:00-19:00).
Taxi Cabs are metered and can be paid in cash, credit card or debit card (using the touch screen monitor). Tipping is at your discretion, but usually ranges from 15-20% of total charges. Boston is a city being built daily and with several new restaurants and hotels popping up it’s a smart idea to provide the complete address in addition to the name of your destination.
USING THE SUBWAY
The MBTA (affectionately known as the T) operates from 5 am to 12 am. There is a subway map on the back of your in-cabin guide. If you need extra or have any questions, stop by Mission Control or the Concierge desk and they’ll be able to help. Below are some pros/cons and advice for using the MBTA.
- The T can inexpensively and quickly connect you throughout Boston’s neighbourhoods while also eliminating the cost and hassle of parking.
- Charlie Cards can be purchased for extended services and additional savings.
- Children under 11 ride free when accompanied by a paying adult (up to 2 children per adult)
NOT SO GOOD…
- Rush hour commute times can be crowded.
- Severe weather can impact departure and travel times.
- As in any big city, always be aware of your belongings and be smart.
We hope that you found this guide useful. Some of the information will seem obvious for regular visitors to Boston, but if you are a first time visitor, it might just help. And if you have any feedback or comments/suggestions to add in here then please mail us.
Enjoy your stay!