Meet Larry The Lobster, Hyatt Regency Boston's Lovable Mascot
Home to the largest collection of top-tier colleges and universities in the United States, Boston and Cambridge are vibrant centers of academic life in the Northeast.
With close proximity to nearby companies, a convenient location in downtown Boston, and contemporary public spaces it’s clear to see why Hyatt Regency Boston is the premier choice for business travelers.
This vibrant heart of Boston offers an experience of city life at its best. Everything is within walking distance as commerce intersects with leisure. People from near and far enliven the 24-hour neighborhood as they gather to enjoy a meal, shop, meet friends, work or find cultural diversions.
Explore the best attractions and activities in Boston with a location that puts you minutes from Faneuil Hall, the New England Aquarium, Quincy Market, the Hynes Convention Center and more.
The summer is the perfect time for a quick day trip or long, relaxing weekend outside of the city! Explore the beautiful mountains of New Hampshire, the expansive beauty of Maine or the beaches of Cape Cod via the Downeaster or CapeFlyer.
Hyatt Regency Boston proudly announces it has been accepted as a Gold Level GreenLeader into the TripAdvisor GreenLeaders program, which helps travelers plan greener trips by identifying environmentally-friendly accommodations across the United States.
Hyatt Regency Boston announces the appointment of Jeffrey D. Monson as the new director of rooms.
Get an early jump on 2014 and enjoy huge savings when planning your next meeting! Hyatt Regency Boston is located in the heart of downtown Boston and offers more than 22,000 sq. ft. of newly renovated and flexible meeting space.
The new director will oversee all aspects of marketing, sales plans, programs and annual budget at the downtown Boston hotel.
Hyatt Regency Boston has presented a check for $25,000, the total amount raised from their dedicated guest room, Room for Hope, to Boston Children’s Hospital
Gold Passport Member Celebrates Milestone Stay at the downtown Boston hotel, Earns One Million Passport Points
Special Olympics Massachusetts Takes Participants 22-Stories “Over the Edge” at Hyatt Regency’s Downtown Boston Hotel, Raising Over $173,000
Over 130 participants have the opportunity to rappel down the side of the iconic Boston hotel, in an effort that raised more than $173,000 for Special Olympics Massachusetts
Winner to receive a trip to any Hyatt hotel in the U.S. and winning dish to be featured on Hyatt’s newly enhanced For Kids, By Kids menu
Welcome to Hyatt Regency 2.0
On the heels of a multimillion dollar renovation, the sleek new lobby, modernized meeting space and buzz-worthy grab-n-go outlet at the downtown Boston Hotel are unveiled.
Hyatt Regency Boston & Children’s Hospital Boston hope to raise $25,000 through this unique charitable partnership.
Receive up to five complimentary nights at a Hyatt resort
The Humane Society is pleased to announce that Hyatt has improved animal welfare and food safety.
Volunteer Activity Coincides with Hyatt’s Global Corporate Responsibility Program
YouTube Videos from our own Chef Kelly on Hyatt's new sustainable food philosophy.
Developed for Kids, by Kids, Hyatt Regency Boston’s New, Healthier Menu Offers Fun, Fresh and Flavorful items
Take a look at what we've done to go green
An industry-leading, global effort and new philosophy to provide sustainable and responsible food and beverage for guests and associates.
Boston Hyatt Properties Volunteer With Waltham Community Farm
See what people are saying about Avenue One and Executive Chef, Kelly Armetta!
Hyatt Regency Boston announces the selection of Terry Dunbar as general manager. Dunbar joins Hyatt Regency Boston with extensive experience in the hospitality industry and 26 years with Hyatt, most recently from Hyatt Regency Jersey City, where he served as general manager for the past four years.
Hyatt Regency Boston announces the wedding and marriage of Mr. and Mrs. James Costello. Boston Marathon survivor, James Costello, met Krista D’Agostino while receiving treatment at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital after undergoing multiple surgeries at Massachusetts General Hospital for serious burns and shrapnel injuries in the blast.