Moxy Boston Downtown opened its doors in the heart of Boston’s Theater District.

Guests are immediately greeted by the hotel’s food truck-inspired photo booth and tunes streaming from indie617, Boston’s indie rock radio station, which broadcasts its morning show live from Moxy Boston Downtown each day.

Guests can either choose mobile check-in upon arrival or can check in at the hotel’s second-floor lobby, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the Theater District.

“With the opening of this property, it’s exciting to bring the Moxy Hotels brand to Boston for the first time—a destination filled with major historic sights, sporting events, musical venues, and so much more,” said Toni Stoeckl, global brand leader, Moxy Hotels, and vice president, Distinctive Select Brands, Marriott International. “Moxy Boston Downtown is at the center of it all so guests can enjoy everything the city has to offer.”

Theater-Inspired Deco

Designed by Boston’s Group One, the property’s industrial chic design pays homage to the surrounding Theater District. Within an envelope of raw concrete, neon lights and oak plank walls, the hotel design captures the grit and rawness of a theater’s backstage.

The hotel features murals and other custom artwork by street artist Victor “Marka27” Quiñonez, along with a custom ceiling light installation inspired by theatrical stage rigging at the hotel’s entrance.

There are also peekaboo sidewalk window displays showcasing costumed mannequins, catwalks filled with vintage theater decor, stage lighting, neon signs and pops of Moxy pink throughout the hotel.

Beverage & Food

The property’s food and beverage is managed by Boston-based renowned hospitality experts the Lyons Group.

Beverage comes first at the hotel with Bar Moxy, located on the hotel’s second floor. The venue is a playful all-day restaurant open to the public and hotel guests from early morning through late night, with a menu focused on international flavors and cocktails.

Grab & Go essentials are on offer 24/7. Bar Moxy also offers a special late night “Curtain Call” menu for those returning from a night at the theater.

The Mezz, the hotel’s rooftop lounge, is open exclusively to hotel guests for cocktails and some of the best views in Boston, along with regular programming and entertainment.

The menu at The Mezz features small plates including petite lobster rolls, shrimp ceviche, and lamb meatballs. The Mezz is also available for private events.

Meetings & Events

Moxy Boston Downtown also welcomes groups, both for meetings and for social events. Featuring 2,000 square feet of meeting and event space, the hotel offers two meeting rooms on the third floor of the hotel. 

Playfully named “Stage Right” and “Stage Left,” each features an abundance of natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows and a pop-art-inspired ceiling mural.

Information is based off a press release from Moxy Boston Downtown.