The Regent At Battery Wharf
3 BATTERY WHARF
Boston, MA 02109
Nightly Rates (0.00 - 0.00)
24-hour front desk
24-hour room service
Coin operated laundry
Complimentary in-room coffee or tea
Complimentary newspaper delivered to room
Desk with electrical outlet
Free high speed internet connection
High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
Housekeeping - daily
Non-smoking rooms (generic)
Safe deposit box
Video review billing
Wheel chair access
Wireless internet connection in public areas
Air conditioning, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Electrical adaptors available, Cribs, Electrical current voltage, Grab bars in bathroom, Complimentary high speed internet in room, Iron, Ironing board, Minibar, Modem, Hairdryer, Newspaper, Free newspaper, Refrigerator, Rollaway bed, Safe, Smoke detectors, Sofa bed, Pets allowed, Non-refundable charge for pets, Converters/ Voltage adaptors, Accessible room
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 3:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is EST
Opened in 2008
First floor - just off of the lobby
Fitness center on-site
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Boston Children's Museum
Newly renovated. Provides hands-on exhibits for all ages. Cost: $10 Adults (16-64), $8 Children (2-15) and Seniors (65+), $2 Children (1), Children under one are free.
Boston Duck Tours
Amphibian DUKW vehicles tour Boston by land and water. Cost: $29 Adults, $19 Children
Boston Harbor Walk
Accessible directly behind hotel. No cost.
Boston Harbor Cruises
Cruises the Harbor, Provincetown and more. Prices vary.
Boston Public Library
US first public free library features murals by John Sargent. Tours available.
Highlights include artifacts from the Revolution. Cost: $10 Adults, $8 Students with valid ID
Oldest baseball stadium in the US. Home to the Boston Red Sox.
A red (mostly brick) path through downtown Boston.
Oldest private university in the US. Located in Cambridge. Features a variety of museums.
Institute of Contemporary Art
Newly built. Cost: $12 General Admission, $10 Students and Seniors
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Unique 1903 museum built by a wealthy patron on the arts. Cost: $12 Adults, $10 Seniors, $5 College Students with current ID, Children under 18 are free with a parent or guardian.
Cost: $10 Adults, $8 Seniors (62+) and Students(with valid college ID), $7 Children (13-17), Children 12 and under are free.
Private university known for scientific contributors.
Massachusetts State House
State capitol building
Museum of Fine Arts
Approximately 450,000 objects in the collection. Cost: $17 Adults, $15 Seniors and Students (18 and older), $6.50 Youth (7-17), Children 6 and under are free.
Museum of Science
Costs: $17 Adults, $15 Seniors, $14 Children
Old North Church
Where Paul Revere signaled that British were marching to Lexington and Concord by sea.
Paul Revere House
Cost: $3 adults, $2.50 seniors and students, $1 children
Home of the witch trials. Many attractions at various prices.
Sky-high vantage point for sweeping views of Greater Boston and beyond. $11 Adults, $7.50 Children
TD Banknorth Garden
Home to the Boston Celtics, Bruins and assorted concerts and family shows.
USS Constitution Museum
Seasonal admission is by donation.
Boston Convention-Exhibition Center
Swan Boats at the Public Garden
Swan Boats are the only boats of their kind in the world. $2.75 Adults, $1.25 Children.