Escape to… The Verb Hotel | Boston, MA

Some things don’t age, they just become more iconic. Like great music and legendary bands. They share a spirit and attitude that makes them timeless. Welcome to The Verb Hotel, a modern classic at the heart of Fenway’s buzzing scene.

The story of the Verb Hotel is one that began way back in 1959 when the Fenway Motor Hotel first opened its doors at 1271 Boylston Street. Located deep in the heart of Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, the two-story building was designed to 1950s modernist ideals by architects Irving Salsberg and Ralph Leblanc. It was a time of optimism, style and, above all, great music.

From the beginning, this mid-century classic had all of those elements. But it’s the bustling backdrop of Fenway, with its mix of finger-on-the-cultural pulse, urban charm and sense of community, that has always played a big part in the hotel’s personality. Its cast of unconventional characters, electrifying music scene and indie edge have all helped shape the events and stories that the hotel has played a part in ever since.

DELUXE BALCONY KING (DLKB)

Deluxe Balcony King

Location: Boston, MA
Distance from Airport:  Boston Logan Intl. Airport (BOS) approx. 10-15 mins. away

 

Outdoor Pool Area

For over half a century our stylish 94 room hotel has been the backdrop to the stories and the good times and served the Bloody Marys the morning after. Like a neighborhood friend who’s always there to party or hang out with, The Verb is where locals and guests alike come to enjoy a big slice of Fenway heritage and reconnect with the rock and roll spirit that’s inside us all. So whatever the time of day, drop by, check in and tune out.

Ready to plan your “Boston” escape?  Contact me at karen.holmes@mei-travel.com.

 

 

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