Hilton, a global hospitality leader, announced on October 31, 2023, the grand reopening of the historic 1,060-room Hilton Boston Park Plaza.
A landmark in the Back Bay neighborhood, the hotel has returned to the Hilton Hotels & Resorts portfolio, ready to continue its legacy of distinguished hospitality. This announcement marks a renaissance for the property, which once bore Conrad Hilton’s name and is now owned by Parks Hospitality Holdings and managed by Hilton.
The Hilton Boston Park Plaza stands out with its contemporary, pet-friendly rooms and suites, two restaurants, and a plethora of amenities including a massive 70,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Danny Hughes, president of Americas at Hilton, expressed enthusiasm about the return of one of Hilton’s original Boston properties. The hotel’s strategic location and thoughtful amenities make it an ideal base for all types of travelers.
Leonard Gooz, brand leader at Hilton Hotels & Resorts, echoed the sentiment, welcoming back visitors to this iconic hotel which is now part of over 600 Hilton Hotels & Resorts welcoming guests globally. The Hilton Boston Park Plaza is set to honor its historical significance while serving as a premier destination for future travelers.
Strategically located four miles from Boston Logan Airport, the Hilton Boston Park Plaza offers unparalleled access to the city’s most historic park, the theater district, and Arlington T Station. It has a storied past, originally opening as The Statler Hotel in 1927 and undergoing various ownership and name changes while hosting dignitaries and celebrities.
Accommodations with a Historic Charm
The hotel features 1,060 guest rooms, including 55 suites, designed with the property’s rich personality and history in mind. Guests can enjoy New England-inspired artwork, interactive smart TVs, USB charging ports, blackout shades, and more. For extra luxury, there are options such as the Presidential Suite and the Garden Suite, both offering lavish amenities and stunning city views.
Dining Excellence and Amenities for Every Taste
The lobby’s Off the Common provides all-day dining, while Strega Italiano delivers Italian-inspired cuisine. Guests can also enjoy an onsite Starbucks and room service. The hotel introduces Boston’s first-ever Topgolf Swing Suite and provides access to Lynx Fitness Club, offering a comprehensive health and fitness experience.
A Hub for Art and Business
The hotel also houses the only Leica Store and Gallery in New England and a full-service FedEx Business Center, catering to art enthusiasts and business travelers alike.
Meetings and Events in Historic Elegance
The Hilton Boston Park Plaza is a timeless venue for events, featuring a Grand Ballroom, Avenue 34, and The Square, alongside 35 meeting rooms and three ballrooms suitable for various events.
Charles El-Mann Fasja, CEO at PHH, notes that acquiring this hotel is a key milestone for Parks Hospitality Holdings, marking their first foray into the Northeastern U.S. and signaling further expansion. Hilton Boston Park Plaza is part of Hilton’s growing portfolio, with nearly ten hotels in the development pipeline in Boston.
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Hilton Boston Park Plaza is now open for reservations, offering Hilton Honors members exclusive benefits and the promise of a stay steeped in history with all the modern luxuries.