Verb Hotel

The Verb Hotel is enticingly located at 1271 Boylston Street in Boston's famous Fenway neighborhood. Originally the Fenway Motor Lodge – which opened in 1959 and was one of Boston's first new hotels to be built after World War II – the hotel was eventually rebranded as a Howard Johnson property. In recent years, however, the aging property started to stick out like a fossil among the newer hotels, restaurants, and apartment buildings that are now more indicative of the Fenway district.

While the renovated and rebranded Verb Hotel has plenty of fresh and stylish appeal, it hasn't lost touch with the history of its site and the history of Boston in general. In the words of the hotel's developers, The Verb aims to "meld the best of Boston's past with the vibrant, spirited culture of the modern-day Fenway neighborhood." The resulting style of The Verb has led it to be classified as a boutique hotel, and boutique hotels are very popular these days. Of course, there's the added appeal that comes with the fact that The Verb is literally just steps from Fenway Park.


Verb Hotel Rooms
Verb Hotel Rooms

There are 94 rooms at the Verb Boston boutique hotel. In keeping with the aspects of boutique hotels in general, these rooms offer plenty in the way of style and substance, creating ambiences that are different than your average hotel room. The Verb actually aims to tell unique stories that relate to Boston within each of the individually decorated guestrooms. And, while the rooms at the Verb Boston boutique hotel are stylish and comfortable, they are priced to please, making this a good choice for people who don't want to sacrifice a lot in the way of quality just to save a little money on hotels near Fenway Park.

Outside of the rooms at The Verb, guests will get a sense of the hotel's “irreverent attitude” via quirky statements on the walls. The common areas of the hotel also feature music and pop-culture memorabilia that speak to Boston's history and heritage. It all combines to create a hotel setting that is unique, interesting, and full of artistic accents. So be sure to keep The Verb in mind the next time that you're looking for hotels near Fenway Park or when you simply want a good place to stay when visiting Boston in general.  

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