Hotels Near Fenway Park

Welcome to the Stadium Hotel Network! Fenway Park is located in Boston, Massachusetts and is home to the Boston Red Sox. The major-league baseball season has always been defined by the sport’s history, great fans, team competition, and state-of-the-art stadiums! Now you can conveniently book hotels and accommodations near your team’s home field!

Stadium Hotel Network offers great rates on over 50 hotels near Fenway Park. All of our hotels have been approved by AAA and the Mobile Travel Guide, the authorities in hotel inspection. All hotels offer a generous savings off of regular hotel rack rates. For baseball fans there’s no better place to book a hotel near the big game! Check the map below for locations.


Popular Stadium Hotels

The Verb Hotel
The Verb Hotel is a very popular choice for rooms near Fenway Park. The Verb is a unique boutique hotel with one of a kind rooms and atmosphere. Each room has a view of the pool or Fenway park and a private balcony or patio. The hotel is non-smoking and offers free internet..Learn More

0.1 miles away from Fenway Park

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Hotel Commonwealth
The Hotel Commonwealth is located in popular Kenmore Square, within walking distance of some of Boston’s most popular sites. The hotel offers top of the line amenities including luxury bath robes, digital cable, in-room refrigerator, and coffee makers upon request…Learn More

0.2 miles away from Fenway Park

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Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway

Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway

The Residence Inn Boston Back Bay is an all suite hotel that is located within walking distance of Fenway Park. Each room is fully equipped with a refrigerator, separate dining area, free hot breakfast buffet, and free wireless internet access. Check out the hotel’s view of Fenway Park …Learn More

0.2 miles away from Fenway Park

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About Fenway Park

In 1904, General Charles Henry Taylor purchased a baseball team for his son, John I. Taylor. Formerly known as Puritans, Plymouth Rocks and Pilgrims, the team was officially renamed as the Boston Red Sox in 1907 under Taylor’s direction. In 1910, Taylor announced plans for construction of a new ballpark for his team. Due to it’s location in the Fenway section of Boston, the new venue was fittingly named Fenway Park. Prior to the opening of Fenway Park, the Red Sox played at Huntington Avenue Grounds, which is now part of Northeastern University.

Fenway Park, current home to the Boston Red Sox, is the oldest ballpark in the Major Leagues. The original opening day was set for April 18, 1912 but, due to rain, the date was postponed for two days. The official opening day, held on April 20, 1912, saw the Red Sox lead a 7-6 win over the New York Highlanders, now known as the New York Yankees, while 27,000 fans watched on.

While much of the world today is all about technology and innovation, Fenway Park believes in preserving the past. In fact, Fenway Park features one of the last manual scoreboards in the Major Leagues, which is used to display scores from other American League games. In 1975, Fenway Park received an electronic scoreboard, which is used to display National League game scores.

Throughout the years, many unforgettable moments have been witnessed at Fenway Park. Among them, Carlton Fisk bats a homerun during a 6-6 tie game in game six of the 1975 World Series. As everyone watched, he threw his arms into the air and began waving the ball into fair territory. Fisk’s hit bounced off the foul pole, which lead the Red Sox to a 7-6 victory. Other historical moments include Carl Yastrzemski’s 3000th base hit and his 400th career home run in 1979 and Ted Williams in his final major league at-bat game in 1960 during which he hit a home run.

There is a seat, located in the right field bleachers, which has been painted red in order to mark the spot of the longest measurable homerun to be hit inside Fenway Park. The homerun was hit by Ted Williams on June 9, 1946 and measured 502 feet. The theory remains that the ball landed on top of the straw hat belonging to a man sitting in Section 42, Row 37, Seat 21. To this day, that seat remains red as a marker of the longest homerun in Fenway history.

Fenway Park hosted their largest crowd in 1935 as 47,627 fans packed in to see the Red Sox take on the Yankees. Fenway Park’s current accommodations, due to strict fire laws and league rules regarding overcrowding, are designed to accommodate 33,871 fans. Each year, fans gather once again to see if records can be broken and to watch for the next greatest moment to be recorded in baseball history.


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Hotels Near Fenway Park

Boston Hotel Buckminster

Boston Hotel Buckminster 645 Beacon Street, Boston, MA
0.2 miles away from Fenway Park

The Boston Hotel Buckminster is centrally located in Boston’s Western Back Bay, in Kenmore Square. This hotel is a baseball fan’s dream, since it is located only a 2 minute walk from the world famous Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.

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The Eliot Hotel

The Eliot Hotel 370 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA
0.5 miles away from Fenway Park

The Eliot Hotel is a lovely, chic boutique hotel that offers its guests unique accommodations. This award winning hotel is located in the fashionable Back Bay area of Boston, and is within walking distance of many of the city’s top sites and attractions.

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Hilton Boston Back Bay

Hilton Boston Back Bay 40 Dalton Street, Boston, MA
0.6 miles away from Fenway Park

The Hilton Boston Back Bay Hotel’s guestrooms features services and amenities such as a mini bar, microwave, and kitchenette. Don’t feel like preparing your own meals? Don’t worry, the hotel has 24 hour room service available to its guests.

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Sheraton Boston Hotel

Sheraton Boston Hotel 39 Dalton Street, Boston, MA
0.6 miles away from FedExForum

The Sheraton Boston Hotel is perfect for business or leisure travel, since it is located in the heart of Boston’s historic sites. A major perk for business travelers is the indoor walkways that directly connect to the Hynes Convention Center.

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