Whether the desire is to stay at a luxury hotel in Boston near the Theater District or the desire is to find the best-valued boutique, the Godfrey Hotel Boston should be high on your list for lodging. Take a a closer look at one of the leading hotels in Boston, the Godfrey Boston.
Godfrey Hotel Boston is literally across the street from the acclaimed Boston Opera House (Citizens Bank Opera House) in the Theater District. The Godfrey Hotel Boston is also a short walk from both Boston Common, the nation’s oldest city park, as well as Beacon Street and Boston Public Garden,
Godfrey Hotel Boston features more than 240 nicely appointed guestrooms and each are equipped with a 55” Samsung HDTV, BOSE Bluetooth speakers and smartphone to TV media streaming. Other standard amenities include a Keurig single serve coffee maker and digital in-room safe. The Godfrey Boston is currently offering several special hotels packages, including A Night at the Theater package, with champagne, valet parking and early reservations in the award-winning RUKA Restobar, and a Chinatown package, with two tickets for Bites of Boston, Chinatown Culture & Cuisine Tour.
Guests can enjoy extraordinary Peruvian-Japanese fusion cuisine at the hotel’s signature restaurant, RUKA Restobar, named one of Zagat’s 15 Sexiest Restaurants in the U.S. Led by rising star Executive Chef Thomas Park, RUKA Restobar offers several inventive dishes, such as Lima-Styled Fried Calamari, RUKA Spicy Tuna sushi roll and Korean BBQ-styled Wagyu steak
George Howell Coffee
The café at the Godfrey Hotel features an espresso bar and hand-poured gourmet coffee from George Howell Coffee. The cafe features superb specialty coffees from Asia, Africa, Central America and South America. In addition the café also offers freshly made sandwiches and an assortment of high quality pastries.
Guests of the Godfrey Boston can order room service from the kitchen at RUKA from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. A rotating menu is offered along with some of the signature dishes from RUKA Restobar.
Boston Transportation Options
The Godfrey Boston offers a 24-hour valet parking service, with in and out privileges for $55 per night. The hotel is also served by limousine service, taxi and rideshare services like Uber and Lyft. Three MBTA subway stations are within a reasonable walking distance, with the Downtown Crossing station just a few minutes walk away. The other two subway stations nearby in order of proximity are Park Street and Chinatown. The Boston South Station bus terminal is approximately .5 miles away.
About The Godfrey Boston & Godfrey Hotels
Opening its doors in the Fall of 2015, the Godfrey Boston is the second Godfrey Hotels property developed by Oxford Capital Group, LLC, with the award-winning flagship property in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, which opened in February 2014.
About The Author
Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer who served as the National Travel Writer for CBS Local from 2012-2019. More than 900 of his stories still appear in syndication across 23 CBS websites, including CBS New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.
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