Located in the cultural hub of Fenway, The Viridian is the apotheosis of contemporary city living. The Viridian is both thoughtful and expansive, providing panoramic views of the surrounding area. With Boston’s primary cultural landmarks and business hubs in the vicinity, The Viridian is the ideal location for business travellers seeking central accommodation in Boston, Massachusetts.
Natural light and bright spaces are common themes throughout The Viridian. The living areas, containing a home entertainment system in addition to a comfortable seating area, are designed to maximise both natural light and space: the result is a congenial room that is well-suited for both work and entertaining. The kitchens contain all of the necessary amenities for self-contained living, while the dining space seats four people. Each bedroom features a large window with views of the city in addition to ample storage space. The bathrooms feature both bathing and showering facilities.
The building includes open rooftop spaces, complimentary Wi-Fi, a regular cleaning service and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. The Viridian is within proximity of various train stations and bus routes.V
Distinctive contemporary furnishings
Fully equipped kitchen
Plush bedroom and bath linens
Luxury bath amenities by L'Occitane
42” HDTV living room
40” HDTV bedroom
Bluetooth compatible audio system
Wireless high speed internet
Basic cable service
Unlimited domestic telephone service
Utilities included (Capped at S $100, 1BR $125, 2BR $150)
Bi-weekly housekeeping services
24 hour customer service
Floor to ceiling windows
Stainless steel appliances
24 hour concierge
Fenway at a Glance:
Home of the iconic Boston Red Sox baseball team, the unremitting activity and buzz of Fenway spreads to the surrounding areas. Combing classical period architecture with modern developments, Fenway encourages intellectual pursuits. Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts offers an intellectually stimulating afternoon of activities, as does the Museum of Science and the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Alternatively, immerse yourself in the razzmatazz of a ballgame at Fenway Park- the home of Boston Red Sox. Countless bars and restaurants surround the stadium, ensuring guests at The Viridian have ample entertainment options.
Culture & Shopping in Fenway:
Fenway well and truly takes on a culture of its own, with a creative intellectual population and dedicated sports fans blending together within the neighbourhood. Far from a passing trend, this passionate devotion to the Red Sox is a key aspect of Boston life and a true taste of America.
For a true Fenway experience, there’s nothing better than catching a game on a sunny Saturday. Grab a Fenway Frank (that’s Boston-talk for a hot dog), find your seats and get involved with the roaring crowd. Pre-game with the locals in one of the many basement bars, or enjoy an upscale meal in one of Fenway’s finer restaurants. You can also explore the park via a Fenway Park Tour, which gives backstage access to the stadium and some of its famous sights.
For a more cultured experience, the Museum of Fine Arts is one of Boston’s most highly reputable museums. Featuring the more recent ‘Art of the Americas’ wing, the Museum is impressively varied.
Although nearby Back Bay is better known for its shopping boutiques, Fenway offers a decent selection of bookstores and gift shops for its visitors. Plus, there’s no better place than Fenway to stock up on famous Red Sox merchandise.
Staying in Fenway:
For visitors looking for a lively stay in an authentic Boston neighbourhood, Fenway is the place to be. Home to many hotels, serviced apartments and other accommodation options, there is something for everyone here.
It’s easy to entertain friends, family or clients in Fenway, with popular options including the Island Creek Oyster Bar and Yard House Sports Bar. Authentically American bars include Loretta’s Last Call, where live country bands fill the venue on a nightly basis.
Aside from the stadium and sports bars, there are plenty of other things to do in Fenway. Visit the Symphony Hall and take in the awe-inspiring sounds of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. If you can’t splurge on a performance, take a free tour instead and enjoy stories from the venue’s past.
With its excellent transport links, staying in Fenway also means having easy access to Downtown Boston’s main attractions. Whether it’s Boston Common, the Freedom Trail or some of the city’s finest restaurants that take you’re fancy – Fenway offers access to it all.