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The Midtown Hotel Parking

220 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA, 02115

Reserve a Parking Spot Nearby

201 St Botolph St. - Personal Spot
1 min(299 ft)

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183 Saint Botolph St. - Spot #1 or 2
1 min(453 ft)

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235 Huntington Ave. - Christian Science Plaza Garage
3 min(0.1 mi)

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179 St Botolph St. -Right Whole Tandem Spot
2 min(0.1 mi)

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220 Huntington Ave. - Midtown Hotel Parking Garage
1 min(299 ft)

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175 Saint Botolph St. - Left Spot Only
2 min(0.1 mi)

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Parking Rates Near The Midtown Hotel

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$19 - $31
Weekend Parking$20 - $35
Event Parking$34 - $68
Overnight Parking$28 - $50

Parking Near The Midtown Hotel

The Midtown Hotel is located at the western edge of Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. The rooms are spacious and clean with cozy furnishings and amenities such as coffeemakers and large flat-screen TVs. Those traveling with their pets can enjoy a special basket of treats and accessories. In the summer months, guests can refresh and relax after a day in the city with a dip in the outdoor pool.

Back Bay is a top destination for visitors to Boston. Check out the designer boutiques and cute cafes that line Newbury Street for your daily dose of fashionista flair. Then hop over to Copley Square and visit the Boston Public Library known for its colorful murals by John Singer Sargent. Next door to Back Bay is the neighborhood of Fenway-Kenmore, which hosts the eponymous Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. You can also visit the Fens, a large urban park with a winding river, a stunning rose garden, and miles of walking paths.

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Where can I park near the Midtown Hotel?

The hotel has a parking garage on the premises, and there are also several parking garages in Back Bay and Fenway-Kenmore. You can use SpotHero to find available spots and book the one with the best price.

Which MBTA stations are near the Midtown hotel?

Massachusetts Avenue Station, which is served by the Orange Line, is a few blocks away on Massachusetts Avenue across from Wellington Common Park. You can also reach the Green Line at the Symphony and Prudential Stations, both located on Huntington Avenue in either direction from the hotel.

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