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Loews Boston Hotel

Boston, MA


Sports and Entertainment Venues in Boston

Because the Loews Boston building once served as the headquarters of the Boston Police Department, our hotel can’t help but be strongly connected to the city’s storied history. But the truth is, our hotel is just as dialed into the city’s rich and wonderful sports traditions. Located near Fenway Park and TD Garden—both of which can be easily reached on foot or with a short T ride—we offer a front-row seat, so to speak, to Boston’s beloved baseball, basketball and hockey teams.

And after the game is over, if you’re not ready to go home, step out and enjoy one of Boston’s many drinking establishments. From old landmark bars to sleek, contemporary lounges, you’ll never run out of places to discover after dark.

Boston Sports Venues

If you know anything at all about sports, you’ll know that Boston—nicknamed “Titletown”— has a history not just of sports, but of great sports. From the Red Sox to the Celtics to the Patriots to the Bruins, the sports teams of Boston are truly the best of the best. No matter when you visit, one or more of the local teams is sure to be playing—so grab tickets to Fenway Park or the TD Garden and root, root, root for the home team.

Fenway Park – The Boston Red Sox
Ideal on a summer afternoon, Fenway Park is the home of the Boston Red Sox, and has been since 1912. Either get tickets to watch the Red Sox in action or take a behind-the-scenes tour of the park.

TD Garden – Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins
Boston’s NBA team, the Celtics, and NHL team, the Bruins, share TD Garden throughout the year. Both dominant within their leagues, the two teams have strong followings in Boston. Even if you aren’t a huge sports fan, you can appreciate the legacy of Coach "Red" Auerbach, and the greats like Bob Cousy, Bill Russell, and Larry Bird. Of course, for hockey fans, we have Eddie Shore (old-time hockey), Bobby Orr, Cam Neely and Ray Bourque, to name a few of the greats.

Gillette Stadium – New England Patriots
The Pats play at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, about a 35-minute drive from the hotel but also accessible via train, at nearby Back Bay Station, on game days. The Patriots have become one of the most successful teams in NFL history, and, under the direction of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and the Kraft Family, the New England Patriots have appeared in the Super Bowl five times with three victories. Did someone say "America's Team"?

Boston Nightlife

Even after the sun sets, Boston stays lit up with nightlife. Some of the city’s leading not-to-be-missed hotspots are listed below.

Top of The Hub
800 Boylston Street
Enjoy a sophisticated ambience, 52 floors above the Back Bay with beautiful views of the city skyline at night.

The Beehive
541 Tremont Street
The Beehive is considered a neighborhood café for Artists. The rustic style stage supports live jazz and cabaret nightly. Offers late-night food.

348 Congress St., Boston, 617-695-1806
Lines form for innovative, tailor-made tipples at this stylish, menu-less cocktail landmark
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Eastern Standard 
528 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 617-532-9100
Happening scene starring masterful cocktails & modern brasserie fare in a glamorous atmosphere
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Temple Bar
1688 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138
Conveniently located between Harvard and Porter Square, Temple Bar offers a warm and welcoming charm. The late night lounge scene brings a trendy and intimate atmosphere completed with Temple Bar's signature drink list.
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Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market
Faneuil Hall is packed with over 10 different bars and clubs all within a few steps of each other. There is always something going on and always a crowd here. Everyone from locals to tourists meet up and have a blast till all hours.

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