Moxy Boston Downtown opens

Moxy Boston Downtown opens

Moxy Boston Downtown officially opened its doors in the heart of Boston’s Theater District, offering a backstage pass to a high-energy hotel experience. Ideally situated at the corner of Stuart and Tremont Streets, Moxy Boston Downtown is steps from Back Bay and Chinatown.

Part of Marriott International’s experiential Moxy brand, Moxy Boston Downtown offers buzzing social spaces, spirited beverage & food offerings and distinct amenities for guests and locals alike.

Guests can either choose mobile check-in upon arrival to the hotel or can check-in at Moxy Boston Downtown’s second-floor lobby, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Theater District. Inviting guests to unleash their playful side from the start, the hotel welcomes visitors with the “Got Moxy” cocktail, featuring Bacardi Dragonberry rum, black cherry puree, and fresh lime. From there, guests can pick up a game of oversized Jenga or Cards Against Humanity while sipping a cocktail at Bar Moxy, or head upstairs to The Mezz, Moxy Boston Downtown’s 24th-floor rooftop lounge, to be dazzled by views of Boston and Cambridge as far as the eye can see.

Theater-Inspired Décor

Designed by Boston’s Group One, Moxy Boston Downtown’s industrial-chic design pays homage to the surrounding Theater District. Instagrammable spots and selfie walls abound around every turn, including Moxy Boston Downtown’s colorful tree and wing murals, and other custom artwork by street artist Victor “Marka27” Quiñonez, along with a custom ceiling light installation inspired by theatrical stage rigging at the hotel’s entrance.

Keyless entry to Guestrooms

All of the 340 tech-savvy, modern guest rooms at Moxy Boston Downtown feature a queen bed with floor-to-ceiling windows for spectacular city views. Guests looking to be wowed can reserve one of the “Wicked Awesome View” corner rooms, which offer panoramic city views from two sides. All rooms offer peg walls, walk-in tiled showers, and custom furniture that is dual purpose and foldaway, allowing guests to customize their space for work or play. Always-connected travelers will enjoy mobile check-in and checkout, keyless entry, abundant power and USB outlets, and furiously fast and free Wi-Fi. Guests also enjoy Internet TV featuring Netflix, YouTube, Hulu, Pandora, and Crackle, plus a free month of BroadwayHD, and can also stream content directly from their own device on their room’s 42-inch flat-screen HDTV.


Bar Moxy, located on the hotel’s second floor, is a playful all-day restaurant open to the public and hotel guests from early morning through late night, with a menu focused on international flavors and exciting cocktails. Grab & Go essentials are on offer 24/7. Bar Moxy also offers a special late night “Curtain Call” menu for those returning from a night at the theater.

The Mezz, the hotel’s rooftop lounge, is open exclusively to hotel guests for cocktails and some of the best views in Boston, along with regular programming and entertainment. Listen to the beats of spinning DJs in the Moxy pink DJ booth, or grab a seat and enjoy the glittering Boston skyline while enjoying a cocktail and a light bite. The menu at The Mezz features small plates including petite lobster rolls, shrimp ceviche, and lamb meatballs. The Mezz is also available for private events.

From valet parking and a business center to cozy spaces for co-working and a full gym for blowing off steam, the hotel is a great spot for business travelers to enjoy. Guests can also receive and redeem Marriott Bonvoy points during their stay.

Moxy Boston Downtown also welcomes groups, both for meetings and for social events. Featuring 2,000 square feet of creative meeting and event space, the hotel offers two meeting rooms on the third floor of the hotel. Playfully named “Stage Right” and “Stage Left,” each features an abundance of natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and a pop-art-inspired ceiling mural.

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