Fenway Park Hotels

Fenway Park Hotels

Fenway Park , 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, 02215, MA
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Fenway Park Hotels - Boston Hotel Buckminster

Boston Hotel Buckminster

645 Beacon Street, Boston (Map)
Very Good, 4.1 Based on 168 reviews
0.1 miles from Fenway Park ( 1 min )
3 mins on foot
- Lynn: "The room was clean and the hotel has a great location."
Accommodation near Fenway Park - Hotel Commonwealth

Hotel Commonwealth

500 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston (Map)
Exceptional, 4.75 Based on 28 reviews
Show Prices Promos Available
0.3 miles from Fenway Park ( 2 mins )
6 mins on foot
Hotels near Fenway Park - Sheraton Boston Hotel

Sheraton Boston Hotel

39 Dalton Street, Boston (Map)
Very Good, 4.15 Based on 163 reviews
0.9 miles from Fenway Park ( 5 mins )
17 mins on foot
- Karen: "Awesome hotel. Very clean and the staff was amazing!"
Fenway Park Accommodation - The Eliot Hotel

The Eliot Hotel

370 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston (Map)
Wonderful, 4.5 Based on 38 reviews
0.6 miles from Fenway Park ( 3 mins )
13 mins on foot
Fenway Park Hotels - The Lenox

The Lenox

61 Exeter Street, Boston (Map)
Wonderful, 4.65 Based on 119 reviews
1.4 miles from Fenway Park ( 6 mins )
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Fenway Park Reviews

Fenway Park Reviews

This venue is ranked #13 of 17 rated venues in Boston

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4.5

Overall Average Score: Wonderful | 4.5 out of 5

from 2 reviews

100% Recommend

5

Exceptional | 5 out of 5

BY: Michelle, Jacksonville

We didn't actually get to see a ballgame at Fenway Park on this visit, but the tour around the park was excellent - our guide was really informative and spoke clearly and with so much history, Fenway Park is definitely one of the best baseball grounds to visit.

Pros:  Great tour
Cons:  Didn't get to see a game
4

Very Good | 4 out of 5

BY: Brooke, Denver

We luckily got to see a Red Sox game - make sure you arrive at Fenway Park early and soak up the atmosphere - lots of bars and places to eat and the game was cool.

Pros:  Atmosphere was superb

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Fenway Park, Boston

We hope you find our Fenway Park pages useful, with 139 nearby hotels to choose from and 2 visitor reviews to read.

For whatever reason you're visiting Fenway Park, we hope you have a fantastic time!

Did you know...

Fenway Park is home to the Boston Red Sox, and is the oldest Major Leagure Baseball stadium currently in use. The park is located at 4 Yawkey Way, near Kenmore Square in Boston MA. Due to its age, having opened in 1912, and the fact that Fenway Park is in the densely populated Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood, many necessary renovations over the years have resulted in unusual features such as the famous Green Monster in left field - a 37 foot high wall, which has become a popular aim for right handed hitters.

Fenway Park is known throughout New England as America's most beloved ballpark.

How to get there...

Directions to Fenway Park, Boston
FROM SOUTHERN HIGHWAYS (95, RTE 1) AND MASS PIKE:
Use Massachusetts Turnpike Extension/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
- At I-95/Route 128, go North or South (depending on approach route) to I-90 East Massachusetts Turnpike to Boston.
- Exit at Cambridge tolls and proceed towards Cambridge.
- Turn right onto Storrow Drive East before crossing the Charles River.
- Continue on Storrow Drive East to the Fenway exit.
- Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM SOUTHERN HIGHWAYS (24, RTE 3):
Use I-93/Cass Boulevard:
- After reaching Route 128/I-93, proceed on I-93 towards Boston to the Southampton Street Exit (Exit 16).
- Turn left, continue to join Massachusetts Avenue at Melnea Cass Blvd.
- Turn left onto Cass Boulevard.
- Turn left onto Tremont Street.
- Take next right onto Ruggles Street.
- Continue through Fenway Street to Park Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street or Brookline Avenue for game parking.

FROM NORTHERN HIGHWAYS (95, 128, RTE 1/1A):
Use Route 1/Mystic Bridge/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
- Shift from I-95, Route 1A, and Route 128 to Route 1 towards Boston.
- Cross Mystic Bridge and take exit to Storrow Drive.
- Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
- Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM NORTHERN HIGHWAYS (RTE 3, 93):
Take I-93 to Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
- Shift from Route 3 to I-93, or continue on I-93 past I-95/Route 128.
- Continue towards Boston on I-93
- Take exit for Storrow Drive West.
- Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
- Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.

FROM EAST OF BOSTON:
Use Sumner Tunnel (Rte 1A)/Central Artery/Storrow Drive/Charlesgate Overpass:
- Take Logan exit to Sumner Tunnel/Route 1 A to Boston.
- Take I-93 North ramp at end of Sumner Tunnel.
- After only 1/4 mile, take Storrow Drive exit.
- Continue on Storrow Drive West to the Fenway exit.
- Take Fenway exit off Storrow Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street to game parking.
OR
Use Congress-Summer Street/I-93 South/Cass Boulevard:
- From South Boston or Ted Williams Tunnel, take Congress Street past Seaport Hotel.
- Turn left onto Summer Street.
- Just past South Station, turn left onto the Surface Artery.
- Proceed south to I-93.
- Continue on I-93 South to Massachusetts Avenue exit.
- Take Massachusetts Avenue exit.
- Continue straight onto Melnea Cass Boulevard.
- Turn left onto Tremont Street.
- Take next right onto Ruggles Street.
- Continue through Fenway Street to Park Drive.
- Turn right onto Boylston Street or Brookline Avenue for game parking.
Parking at Fenway Park, Boston
Very limited - Price varies
Public Transportation to Fenway Park, Boston
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION RECOMMENDED!!!
Take the Green Line to the KENMORE stop using any Green Line train, except the E. If on the Green Line D branch, use the FENWAY stop.

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