Arriving in Boston

What airports serve the Boston metropolitan area?

The Boston Logan International Airport is the main airport that serves the area.


Does my hotel have a shuttle from the airport?

Most hotels do not provide shuttle service to and from the airport; the exception is the Doubletree Bayside and the Marriott Quincy. The easiest way to get to the hotel with your luggage would be via taxi. Taxi lines form outside each terminal at Boston Logan Airport. There is also a new shuttle bus service to and from Logan International – The Logan Express. The pick-up locations from the airport are at every terminal and the locations to the airport are at Copley Square T Station (650 Boylston Street) and the Hynes Convention Center (900 Boylston Street). The shuttle bus service costs $5 and runs every 20 minutes.  Public transportation is also available via “The T.” The MBTA Blue line has an airport station and services some of our waterfront hotels. The MBTA also offers a complimentary silver line shuttle bus to South Station. From South Station you can transfer to different T lines. On average, the public transportation route will take over 40 minutes.


Can you provide me with a link for the Logan Express?

Yes! For more information please visit


How much is a taxi from the airport to my hotel?

Taxis from Boston Logan International Airport to most hotels we offer will range from $25-$45. The taxi cost is based on distance, time elapsed, traffic, and tolls.


How long does it take to get from the airport to my hotel?

This is very dependent on which hotel you are staying at and the mode of transportation you choose. Boston is a smaller sized city; so on average the trip will take you 15-35 minutes in a cab. However, via public transportation it may take up to 45 min or more.


Does the hotel have parking on-site?

Hotels we contract with offer a variety of parking options ranging from self-parking only, valet parking only, or a combination of both.  Average parking rates range from $25 to $50 per day. For comprehensive list of hotels and parking details is provided at the end of the document.  Renting a car is not recommended as most events are easily accessible via public transit or walking. Even though you will be in town for the marathon, Boston really lives up to its nickname “the walking city”.