Anchoring the extensive renovation is a re-invented lobby and the adjoining new Waterline restaurant and bar, where guests can work alone or in groups,...

Marriott Hotels & Resorts has completed a four year, $30 million full property renovation of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf.

Anchoring the extensive renovation is a re-invented lobby and the adjoining new Waterline restaurant and bar, where guests can work alone or in groups, eat, drink and socialize.


This landmark hotel also now offers a new Harbor View Ballroom, an expanded health club and concierge lounge, and completely renovated meeting space, guest rooms and suites.

“We’re delighted to unveil the Boston Marriott Long Wharf’s stylish new look and many improvements throughout the hotel,” says Victor Aragona, general manager of the hotel.  “This renovation provides today’s performance-driven travelers with the most up-to-date and desirable ambience and amenities.”

Marriott Hotels & Resorts completed a four-year, $30 million renovation of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf in January 2012

Architecture and interior design firm BBG-BBGM redesigned the 412-room Boston Marriott Long Wharf, showcasing waterfront views.

All of the hotel’s guest rooms have been newly appointed with ergonomic furnishings, luxurious bedding, iPod clock radios and high-definition LCD televisions with split-screen technology and plug-in connectivity for digital devices.

Twelve Executive King Suites and two Luxury Waterfront Suites with private balconies have been added, while the hotel’s largest suite, the Long Wharf Suite, has been completely redesigned. An expanded Concierge Lounge provides comfortable dining and lounge seating, complimentary high speed wireless internet access, a laptop station and a color printer.

On the lobby level, Waterline restaurant offers a bar, communal dining table, booths and a private dining room. Waterline’s menu features quintessential American cocktails and classic New England fare with a focus on local ingredients. The restaurant also provides service to the lobby, where guests can catch up on work and e-mails, thanks to Wi-Fi and plentiful electrical outlets.

The newly-added Harbor View Ballroom features floor-to-ceiling windows, a seasonal outdoor patio and panoramic views, which offer suitable backdrops for weddings and social events.

All of the hotel’s pre-existing meeting spaces have been fully renovated, from the 8,200-square-foot Grand Ballroom to the 5,750-square-foot Palm Garden with its 55-foot atrium and to the 2,530-square-foot Commonwealth Ballroom, divisible into five break-out rooms.

With the Harbor View Ballroom, this waterfront hotel provides 21,000 square feet of flexible, modern meeting space.

A significantly expanded 24-hour fitness center contains the latest equipment, including stationary bikes, Precor treadmills and elliptical trainers, all with 9-inch televisions. The hotel’s indoor pool and whirlpool area open onto a sundeck overlooking the water.

Located at 296 State Street, within short walking distance of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and the Boston Aquarium, the Boston Marriott Long Wharf is also minutes from Boston Common, the Boston Children’s Museum, and the TD Banknorth Garden.

It offers easy access to Boston Logan International Airport, Amtrak’s Boston South Station, the MBTA subway and commuter rail and I-93.  For more information, call 617-227-0800, or visit www.marriottlongwharf.com.

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