Off-Site Meeting Venues: Landmarks to Live It Up
Meetings become lifetime experiences when hosted in one of Boston’s most unique meeting venues.
Old State House
Thanks to a special partnership Ames Boston Hotel has with the Old State House (located just across the street from the hotel), meeting groups are able to gain access to this historic landmark where the Declaration of Independence was first proclaimed from the balcony. Chambers are available for rental for intimate dinners, cocktail parties, and for larger functions, like business gatherings and lectures, of up to 150 people.
New England Aquarium
This iconic Boston attraction is the perfect setting for an ocean-inspired evening dinner amid chattering penguins and lit-up tanks packed with sea life. With several venues accommodating 30 to 2,000 guests, your group has the option to rent the entire aquarium or just one private room for an evening full of wonder.
While not available for rental, this sprawling city complex and plaza hosts regular events throughout the year to shape group outings around, including ice skating and a holiday market in the winter and weekend farmers’ markets and open-air festivals in the summer.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Located steps from the hotel, this historic marketplace caters to conferences, corporate meetings and events, and dinner parties with both small-scale space, like the Rotunda, and large, including the entire Quincy Market
Perched atop Sixty State Street skyscraper, this urban event space offers unmatched views of the harbor and city during receptions, corporate events, and fundraising galas. Its clean, contemporary design allows endless possibilities for event set up, where rooms can be combined to create one large event space, or used individually for intimate affairs.