Admissions & Financial Aid

Where to Stay

DoubleTree Club by Hilton Hotel Boston Bayside

240 Mt. Vernon Street, Boston, MA 02125. Please call 617.822.3600. Located adjacent to the campus. For reservations, call 1.800.222.TREE and request the University of Massachusetts Boston preferred rate. It offers a free shuttle service to Logan Airport and downtown Boston and complimentary business center.

The Boston Park Plaza Hotel

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston, MA 02116. Located approximately three miles from the university on the Red Line. Please call 1.800.225.2008 and request the University of Massachusetts Boston preferred rate.

The Westin Boston Waterfront

The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel is a AAA Four Diamond award-winner and is less than three miles from Logan International Airport. 

The Hampton Inn

Crosstown Center, 811 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02118; call 617.445.6400

Holiday Inn Express

Please call 617.288.3030 and request the UMass Boston corporate rate.

Comfort Inn Boston

Located one mile from the campus. Please call 617.287.9100 and request the UMass Boston rate.

Hotel Boston

1650 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02135 
Featuring 20% off for UMass Boston students and faculty, free parking, complimentary extended continental breakfast. Please call 617.566.6260 or 800.242.8377 for details.

Marriott Courtyard Boston

63 R Boston Street, Boston, MA 02125. Offers complimentary airport shuttle. Please call 617.436.8200.

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