Sheraton Boston Hotel South Tower Parking

39 Dalton St, Boston, MA, 02199

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Parking Near Sheraton Boston Hotel South Tower

The Sheraton Boston Hotel South Tower is part of the Sheraton Boston Hotel, which is located in the western part of Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. This tower was renovated recently and features clean and quiet rooms with both harbor and city views. Prep yourself for a day out on the town at the first floor spa, then grab a bite to eat at the nearby cafe. The on-site pool and fitness center help keep you feeling fit and refreshed during your stay.

Back Bay is an upscale neighborhood boasting top-rated destinations for visitors to Boston. Get up to date with the latest fashion by taking a trip down to Newbury Street, known for its boutique shops and tasty cafes. Stroll along the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, then head to Copley Square for a picnic on the green lawn. The Boston Public Library faces the square and is famous for its detailed interior rooms and colorful murals by John Singer Sargent. The nightlife is bustling with plenty of restaurants and bars available for socializing and mingling.

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Where is a good place to park near the Sheraton Boston Hotel South Tower?

There is a parking garage on site, and other parking garages located throughout Back Bay and the nearby Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood. Find spots and prices online using SpotHero.

Which MBTA station is close to the hotel?

You can ride the Green Line into Downtown Boston from the Prudential Station at Belvidere Street and Huntington Avenue, and the Hynes Convention Center Station at Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston Street.