Let’s just say, Boston knows how to party.
There’s a pub scene here that can rival any major city in the country, and each individual neighborhood has their own blend of music, food, and seemingly never-ending cocktails. However, Boston has one unique element at play: bars must stop serving alcohol by two in the morning, yet many close at one a.m..
With that in mind, you can imagine how helpful it is to have social-friendly hotels that don’t mind when guests continue their good times up in the room. Behold: our list of hotels that will help you keep the party vibes going.
W Lounge at W Boston
The W Lounge is an ultra modern party space within an equally modern hotel right in the heart of downtown. Cascading, intricate decor pairs with low lighting and cozy spaces to give this upscale hot spot an intimate feel. But get there early, the lines can be long.
Omni Parker House
The Omni Parker House is home to Parker’s Restaurant, Parker’s Bar and the famed The Last Hurrah whiskey bar. Between the three hot spots, locals and visitors alike leap at the chance to spend time here. And JFK had his bachelor party here, so if it’s good enough for him, it’s good enough for us.
Emerald Lounge at Revere Hotel Boston Common
The 6,000 square feet of party space at the Emerald Lounge is beloved by locals as well as guests. Considered the best of Boston lounges, you can expect to find some major parties at this thumping dark space–complete with neon lighting.
Lookout Rooftop and Bar at The Envoy Hotel
Views, views, views, and more views. That’s what you get at Lookout Rooftop and Bar. Their mixologists whip up some pretty distinct drinks, and the evening scene is busy and full of life. Pro tip: get there early and beat the lines.