A contemporary masterpiece, InterContinental® Boston overlooks the city's historic waterfront. With its elegant architecture, fine living amenities, and impeccable service, it offers Boston’s most captivating 4 Diamond AAA-rated hotel experience. Just steps from timeless attractions, including the Boston Tea Party Museum and Freedom Trail, the hotel has been named one of the ‘Best Hotels in the World' by Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Discover a lifestyle of modern elegance and comfort with personalized services including a dedicated concierge team, business center, valet parking, and Wi-Fi.
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510 Atlantic Avenue
Boston, MA 02210
THINGS TO DO IN BOSTON (As Told by the Conference Committee)
Marina Hare, WilmerHale
Head to the North End and visit Boston’s very own “Little Italy” for dinner, drinks or just to experience the city hustle amongst the red brick buildings. While there, visit Mike's Pastry (founded in 1946) and get one of Boston’s most famous cannolis for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Shop, eat and enjoy street performers and musicians at all hours of the day at Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Ashley Romagnoli, imarc
Take a walk through the Boston Public Garden and check out the lagoon with the Swan Boats. Continue through the Boston Common and make your way to the Freedom Trail, where you can stop into the Beantown Pub! Just across the street, you’ll see Granary Burying Ground which dates to 1660 and where Samuel Adams himself rests.
Jaime Russell, Goodwin
Visit the Boston Public Market Farmer’s Market, an indoor farmer's market that has dozens of delicious vendors, most of which are local to Boston. If you’re hoping to shop, visit the newly renovated Prudential Center Mall which includes some great new stores, restaurants and the famous Eataly Italian eatery. If you want to go for a run before the conference, head out to scenic Castle Island in South Boston which is beautiful at sunrise (or sunset). If you make it to the North End, definitely partake in the Mike's Pastry vs. Modern Pastry Cannoli Taste Test and decide which one you like better! These two pastry shops are the hottest ones in town and deserve a fair taste test. Also in the North End is the Improv Asylum Comedy Show, an underground comedy show that has both improv sketch comedy. Funniest in town!
Claire Thompson, Choate Hall & Stewart
If you’re craving seafood, James Hook & Company is a few blocks away and the perfect place to grab a lobster roll and some clam chowder! The Intercontinental is just blocks away from the Seaport District of Boston, the newly developed waterfront with some of the city’s hottest restaurants and bars. If the weather is nice visit the Lookout Bar at the Envoy hotel or the roof deck at Yotel for great views of the city. A little further into the Seaport you’ll find Trillium Brewery, City Tap, and Harpoon Brewery – all great places to try some local beers.