Last Updated on May 22, 2024 by Katrina

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The oldest operating major league ballpark in the United States, Fenway Park is steeped in history. It’s an iconic Boston site on par with Faneuil Hall and the Tea Party ships. Staying near Fenway means you’re staying in the heart of Boston, in the Back Bay area and near the shops of Boylston and Newbury Street. Best of all, you can usually walk to games or concerts at the park. Here are the best hotels near Fenway Park.

The Verb Hotel (1271 Boylston St.; 617-566-4500) Fenway-Kenmore

“You can’t beat the location, close to Fenway and lots of restaurants,” says a Tripadvisor user of this 93-room hotel across the street from the ballpark. “The breakfast was an added bonus too.” Travel+Leisure, meanwhile, notes that the hotel is “known for keeping the spirit of rock music alive” by way of “eclectic music-inspired decor and vibrant colors,” it also gives props to the its on-site sushi restaurant, Hojoko.    >> Book this hotel for less

Hotel Commonwealth (500 Commonwealth Ave.; 617-933-5000) Fenway-Kenmore

This 245-room hotel is not only close to Fenway—about 0.3 miles—but it’s the official hotel of the Boston Red Sox. “It’s only a two-minute walk from the stadium,” writes Afar. “Many rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and a separate living room area, and some look directly into the park.” One Google reviewer says that “even if you’re not a baseball fan, the attention to detail here is of interest. Rooms have off-white curtains with red baseball seam stitching, andthere’s a memorabilia case by the elevators.”    >> Book this hotel for less

Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Back Bay/Fenway (125 Brookline Ave; 617-236-8787) Fenway-Kenmore

Enjoy super-user-friendly amenities—like free breakfast and kitchenettes— at this all-suites branch of Residence Inn. “The location can’t be beat,” says a Google reviewer. “We were within immediate walking distance of Fenway and the MGM Music Hall at Fenway, which is why we were in town.” A Tripadvisor user notes that it’s “about three blocks from the stadium entrance. Many restaurants and bars are close by, and also a Target if you forgot something. Rooftop deck/bar is not fancy, but still a great place to hang out.”    >> Book this hotel for less

The Eliot (370 Commonwealth Ave.; 617-267-1607) Back Bay

Set in a converted Victorian townhouse, this 95-room hotel offers both easy access to Fenway (a half mile away) and old-school style. “Fenway Park can be seen from the lobby of the pet-friendly Eliot Hotel,” writes USA Today, and the hotel “is within walking distance of the Shops at Prudential Center, and the trees, grass and monuments of the Commonwealth Avenue Mall.” A Google reviewer likes the laid-back ambience: “Wonderful boutique hotel. Comfortable rooms. Despite being in the university district, it is quiet, and a 12-minute walk to Fenway Park.”    >> Book this hotel for less

Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street (1 Dalton St.; 617-377-4888) Back Bay

Feel like an MVP at this Four Seasons in a triangle-shaped skyscraper that Forbes commends for its “high design and luxury amenities” and “rooms that are swoon-worthy with floor-to-ceiling windows, comfortable beds, and clever design touches.” Tripadvisor users say the walk to Fenway is about 15–20 minutes and one adds that “the property sits in the heart of Boston’s buzzy arts and music area, and is a short walk to Beantown’s top attractions including the State House and Faneuil Hall.”   >> Book this hotel for less