60 School St, Boston, MA 02108 617-227-8600
Description: DOWNTOWN. This circa-1856 landmark hotel boasts a long, storied history. In operation longer than any other hotel in the country, the Omni Parker has welcomed such prominent guests as Alexander Graham Bell, Charles Dickens, and president John F. Kennedy. The property also had the city's first elevator and hot-and-cold water. In addition, Parker House rolls were created here, as was Boston cream pie. Recent renovations to the tune of $70 million invigorated the 551 rooms, 14 meeting rooms, and famous Parkers Restaurant.
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