Discover a Refreshingly Modern Experience at Our Boutique Hotels in Boston
AC Hotels by Marriott of Boston welcome you with intelligent design and a consummate eye for detail, effortlessly blending graceful European style with a distinctly modern feel. Dotted throughout the Boston area, as well as in Worcester, our hotels provide a boutique respite from the energy of daily life – a place to appreciate the things that matter in an atmosphere where small moments of beauty are treasured. Revive your body and spirit in sleek rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi, Smart TVs and other helpful perks. Wake up to a European-style breakfast in the AC Kitchen, or enjoy an evening nibble and an aperitif in the AC Lounge. Work smart in the Media Salon, or kick back with a book in the AC Library. Have a question about your surroundings? Ask us – we’d love to help.
Within steps of the Wellington T Station in Medford, AC Hotel Boston North offers close proximity to Assembly Row and versatile meeting spaces including the light-filled Wellington venue. Two-time winner for the AC Hotel of the Year Award by Marriott.
AC Hotel Worcester benefits from an exceptional location near some of the city’s most popular attractions and cultural landmarks, as well as an expansive event center featuring the largest ballroom in the area and an outdoor tent for weddings and receptions.
Boston Common is the oldest park in the country, and has been used for many different purposes throughout its long history. The starting point of the Freedom Trail, the Common is nearly 50 acres in size, and forms the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a system of connected parks that winds through many of Boston's neighborhoods.
Boston’s lively Theater District is focused mainly around Washington Street, Tremont Street, Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue; you can catch everything from Broadway shows to opera performances and more here.
Founded in 1863, this private Catholic university is home to roughly 14,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The campus is perched on a hill overlooking the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, and is considered one of the most picturesque college campuses in the country.
Located in downtown Worcester, DCU Center Arena & Convention Center is one of the city’s premier destinations for conventions, sporting events, concerts and more. The arena can accommodate close to 15,000 people, and has been extensively renovated since its opening in the 1980s.
Is any visit to the Boston area complete without a stop here? Located just outside the Harvard University campus, this intersection is the place in town to sit back and watch the world go by – preferably with a cup of coffee in hand. If you plan to stay for a while, grab your local newspaper from Out of Town News, located within the 1920’s kiosk in the center of the square.
Plunge into a world of underwater discovery at this award-winning aquarium, which offers hours of educational entertainment for visitors of all ages. The New England Aquarium is home to over 2,000 species of aquatic animals, and offers interactive exhibitions, events and much more.
Treat your family to an afternoon of excitement at this expansive, interactive museum, which offers exhibits on everything from astronomy to medicine. Among the many incredible attractions: a five-story IMAX® Dome and a stunning butterfly garden.
Baseball’s oldest and most storied park has been enthralling visitors for over 100 years. Catch the Red Sox in action during the season, or schedule a public tour to learn more about this beloved Boston institution.
Named after the Ford assembly plant that once occupied the site, this thriving neighborhood in Somerville offers a wealth of eclectic shopping, dining and entertainment options. Assembly Row is just moments away from AC Hotel Boston North.