Ames Hotel is the premier downtown Boston hotel for today’s global traveler. Whether you’re hosting an executive meeting, attending a conference, or celebrating a special event, our innovative 114-room luxury hotel is the perfect choice. Complete with stylish and modern accommodations in a historical 19th century building, Ames Boston Hotel includes deluxe amenities, such as our state-of-the-art fitness center and in-room spa services, and a unique atmosphere that embodies playful sophistication. When business is complete, experience Boston’s top attractions, museums, and historic landmarks just minutes from our downtown location. Ames Boston Hotel is the perfect choice to blend business and pleasure.
For those planning a business meeting, corporate conference, or special event, our Ames Boston Hotel has 2000 square feet of unique event space. With a welcoming pre-registration area, our two event spaces (Ames or Oliver & Oakes) can be used in conjunction with each other or separated, depending on your needs. Flooded with natural light, complete with blackout shades, and equipped with built-in audio visual.
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Ames Boston Hotel partners with local venues as additional options for your special event or meeting. We are proud to recommend Longwood Events to provide Boston’s most inspiring venues and innovative culinary services. Longwood Events works to create unmatched memories by anticipating your unique needs and honoring the individuality and distinctive atmosphere of each of their venues. Hosting your attendees at Ames Boston Hotel and planning your event with Longwood grants you and your guests the very best our world-class city has to offer. We also are privileged to recommend Boston’s Old State House, richly steeped in history and offering several one of a kind event spaces. This iconic building is directly across the street from Ames Boston Hotel and was the sight of the proclamation of The Declaration of Independence from the east side balcony to jubilant crowds of New Englanders on July 18th 1776.