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Element Boston Seaport Hotel Stay


Being my first trip to Boston this Fall for FNCE, I was SO excited to adventure the city and see all the popular spots. I researched places to stay and came across Element Boston Seaport, which happened to be located directly across from the convention center where the Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo was held.

Typically when I go on vacation, it’s not always easy to feel at home or even make healthy decisions. This was totally different at Element Boston. I loved the feel of the hotel, especially the fact they are built green from the ground up, are eco-friendly and focus on sustainable services and practices. I stayed with two of my good friends in the Studio Queen Suite and was overly impressed with the entire layout. There was even a full kitchen area that included a full-sized fridge, a rare find in most hotels.

Element Boston Seaport

The first day we arrived, we headed to Boston Public Market to gather ingredients to make the most amazing feast in our hotel room that consisted of fresh sesame sorghum loaf, dips, salads, soups, and steamed cauliflower. We completely utilized the kitchen and all the kitchen supplies the room had to offer.

Element Boston Seaport

Element Boston Seaport

My friends and I used the fitness center twice during our stay and were very impressed with the equipment and machines available. The space was definitely bigger than the hotel’s fitness center we had stayed at the night before downtown.

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The pool used saline instead of chlorine and was located next to the gym.

The hotel offers a complimentary healthy breakfast, though we didn’t have the chance to take advantage while we were there. The options looked healthier than most continental breakfasts I’ve seen in the past. Another activity we didn’t have time to add to our schedule was Element’s free bike rental! I thought this was such an awesome feature for a hotel to have that promotes exercise while seeing what the city has to offer.

Truly, the service was exceptional and I don’t have one bad thing to say during our three night stay with Element Seaport and would love to stay there again in the future! They were accommodating when we asked for late check-out and made sure to help out with finding parking around the hotel.

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  • Reply
    Meghan Morton
    February 5, 2017 at 2:45 am

    Oh, I missed this. If you ever come to Boston again I’d love to show you around! I’m a huge fan (megs1977 on Insta)! My company produces trade shows and we are in the Seaport area often. I hope you got to visit the Lawn on D while you were there also. Such a fun little spot! Thanks for all that you do. I love all of your posts. 🙂

    • Reply
      Rachael Devaux
      February 5, 2017 at 6:46 pm

      That’s so sweet of you!!! Hopefully I’m back soon, I loved Boston 🙂 and yes, I did get to visit the Lawn on D it was awesome!

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