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    The Perfect Weekend in Boston with The Envoy Hotel
    Here’s one surefire way to extend your summer fun: head to The Envoy Hotel, a welcome addition to Boston’s waterfront. Its restaurant and rooftop bar offer fresh seafood and creative cocktails, while the rooms show off local artwork and cutting-edge technology. Both deliver gorgeous sweeping views of the city skyline and harbor. Take a closer look at what makes The Envoy Hotel the place to stay in Boston.
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    The Lobby’s Striking First Impression
    The Marriott Autograph Collection has made a big splash with its first Boston property, located on the Seaport’s waterfront in the burgeoning Innovation District. The Envoy is just steps away from the Institute of Contemporary Art and Faneuil Hall and across from the Financial District. Enter the lobby, and the luxury hotel wows with its curated collection of local art; custom handcrafted furnishings; mix of reclaimed wood and sleek modern finishes; and a vintage billiards table in the lobby has been reimagined as an interactive touchscreen workstation with six separate screens that can be used individually or together.
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    Lookout Rooftop and Bar
    Locals and guests alike head to The Envoy’s aptly named rooftop bar to savor spectacular views of the Boston skyline and harbor. Head Mixologist Michael Ray mixes equally impressive cocktails that emphasize fresh ingredients and local spirits. With designer heat lamps, the 4,000-square-foot venue keeps the festive vibe going from May through October.
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    A Coveted Corner Room at The Envoy
    Staying at a corner room at The Envoy means you get to wake up to an inspiring view of the Boston skyline and harbor framed by floor-to-ceiling windows. The décor weaves sleek, modern furnishings with original elements, notably, a large antique map of Boston overlaid on the sliding glass door separating the bedroom from the bathroom. You can treat yourself to in-room amenities and organic snacks from area businesses, and the Wellness Concierge program is ready to assist you in finding the local top-tier fitness offerings, tailored to your interests and personal goals.
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    Cutting-Edge Custom TVs
    Like its Innovation District neighbors, The Envoy stays at the forefront of technology. Case in point: in-room TVs double as a digital concierge and are equipped with Enseo technology for instant access to the Internet and programming from Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Pandora and Crackle. Personal-technology charging stations and mini shelves are built into the bedside.
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    Outlook Kitchen and Bar
    Helmed by Executive Chef Tatiana Rosana, Outlook Kitchen and Bar serves up an internationally-inspired American menu updated seasonally with locally-sourced ingredients. The variety of small plates, sharable dishes, and full meals available throughout the day may include shrimp tempura, bacon flatbread, Blue Bay mussels, and lobster benedict. Diners can enjoy the outdoor seasonal patio along waterfront or reserve the two-seat chef’s table just off the kitchen for an up-close and personal experience at no additional charge.
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The Perfect Weekend in Boston with The Envoy Hotel