Boston Hotel Buckminster – 121997
Built in 1897 by the famous and renowned architect Mr. Stanford White, who also happened to have designed the Boston Public Library and the elegant townhouses Back Bay on Beacon Street. Years ago, this hotel was one of the first hotels built in Boston and became to be the largest building in the Boston’s Kenmore Square area.
To appoint one of the hotel’s most important historical events, it’s in fact that in 1,929 the hotel was the official site for The First National Radio Broadcast. Up to date Boston Hotel Buckminster in located at the hearth of the city, combining modern amenities along with Boston’s historic charm. It’s a 94 elegant room including 24 suites hotel. All rooms and suites have the European style and filled with elegant furniture to combine with.
The cities major sites and attractions are only a few minutes walk from the hotel and also from the Kenmore T Station on the green line. The Museum of arts The Museum of Science, Fenway Park, The Hynes Convention Center, The U.S.S. Convention Center and New England Aquarium and The University of Boston are only some of the cities attractions.
Boston Hotel Buckminster is a two star hotel that offers you a friendly and hospitable service at a very affordable price. All rooms and suites are full equipped and waiting to please all your needs in a historical and old-charm environment of one the countries oldest cities.