We often welcome architects and designers at 7 Tide who have traveled a significant distance with clients to “power shop” in Boston for a large-scale project. Between our showroom, which allows homeowners to experience appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero and Cove, Marvin Doors and Windows, the KOHLER Signature Store by Supply New England, and lighting solutions from Reflex Lighting, and the Boston Design Center, a homeowner can choose nearly element that goes into creating a home within just a few blocks.
Whether you’re visiting Boston with clients and plan on spending enough time in the city to select products and furnishings for an entire home, or are thinking of having family join you before or after the business portion of your trip, you may a prefer a full apartment rather than a hotel. Should that be the case, you’ll want wherever you choose to lay your head while here to wow.
We’ve ferreted out swank, spacious Airbnb rentals.
In the Seaport
3-BR, 2-BA from Corp Condos & Apts
NYC isn’t the only metropolitan area that has drawn the attention of developers and management companies devoted to the Airbnb platform. Corp Condos & Apts has multiple listings in Boston, with several right in the Seaport District. Each of these listings represents multiple units, all of which are sleek, modern and stunning, and have three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a pool on site. Based on user reviews, some units are on high floors – one noted the 21st floor – and have stellar views of the Seaport and Boston Harbor. With open-floor-plan main living areas, fully equipped kitchens, spa-like baths, and dedicated workspaces, these units beautifully fulfill the needs of both business and leisure travel. We checked a few dates, and prices ran about $900 per night.
2-BR | 2-BA from Corp Condos & Apts
With the way Airbnb hides some specific geographic information on units, it’s tough to tell if these two-bedroom units, also managed by Corp Condos & Apts, are in the same building(s) as the larger units, but the spaces look just as luxe, there is a pool, and the user reviews are glowing. Expect to pay around $500 per night for these smaller spaces.
Near the Seaport
2-BR | 2-BA Privately Owned
If your visit to Boston will be part work/part play, this two-bedroom apartment right across the channel from the Seaport near Faneuil Hall may better fit your plans. A quick Uber brings you into the heart of the Seaport’s design district to take care of business. For downtime, the North End, shopping, and attractions such as the New England Aquarium and the Rose Kennedy Greenway are within walking distance. This unit has a stellar five-star rating. Depending on the time of year you visit, the nightly fee runs just over $500.
All photos via Airbnb.