A modern, micro hotel between the Historic District and the Seaport
Operating micro hotels in both Europe and New York City, Yotel identified Boston’s Innovation District as a perfect location for its compact yet luxurious approach to hospitality. With rooms at this location ranging between 160 and 200 square feet (15 to 19 square metres)—half the size of traditional rooms at nearby hotels—Yotel provides guests with a novel experience that fuses form with function at an affordable price point in one of the city’s hottest neighborhoods.
As Yotel sits on a parcel adjacent to the Fort Point Channel Historic District, our architects were challenged to thread the modern volume building into the area’s historic context. The hotel’s lobby aligns with the existing grid of streets to create a promenade through the building that preserves sightlines and pedestrian pathways from Seaport Boulevard to the historic district. In homage to the nineteenth century warehouses in the district, the rear elevation, which abuts the historic district, is clad in brick to harmonize with surrounding structures.
Cantilevering above the MBTA Silver Line Station, Yotel Boston features dining, workspace, a fitness center, and a rooftop lounge, Sky Lounge, with exceptional views of downtown. With the hotel now operational, people visiting the city can now enjoy affordable accommodations at a highly sought after location.
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