Thank you to our lodging partners for helping us create a first-rate experience for our guests from all over the world.
Our lodging partners are conveniently located in Boston's vibrant, travel-destination Seaport District. Both hotels are within walking distance of our Event Sponsors The New England Aquarium (Thursday, April 16) and The Institute of Contemporary Art (Friday, April 17).
Being a busy weekend, we suggest that you book as soon as possible!
Aloft Boston Seaport District Hotel is proud to offer a special discounted room rate of $269 per night (compared to standard rate of $459):
Booking link (above) or call 877.462.5638 any time to reserve your room, just mention Scout Film Festival. Celebrate your style at Aloft Boston Seaport District, a hip hotel in the middle of the vibrant Seaport District. Meet & mingle with friends at our WXYZ Bar, grab a sweet, savory, or healthy snack from Re:Fuel by Aloft, our 24/7 pantry, or play in our Re:Mix Lounge. Plus, you can always stay connected with free hotel-wide wired and wireless high-speed internet access!
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is proud to offer a special discounted room rate of $265 per night (compared to standard rate of $369):
Booking link (above) or call877-901-6632 any time to reserve your room, just mention Scout Film Festival.
Find an elegant retreat nestled along the water at Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel. Perfectly positioned in Boston's scenic Seaport District, we offer travelers a unique vantage point from which to explore the city. Ideally placed for both leisure and business travel, our hotel is situated near TD Garden, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and Boston Harbor Cruises. After a busy day in the city, unwind with a delicious dinner at Capiz Bar.
Public Transportation Water Taxi from Logan Airport to Seaport Subway Map Uber, Taxi About Boston, MA With its rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston has something for everyone. It’s no secret Boston is rich with history. From the American Revolution to the site of the very first public school, it’s a city with stories to tell. Banner image by Prateek Pisat