Boston Financial District

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Boston is regarded as one of the largest and oldest cities in New England, so it's very much the cultural and business heart of the region. Boston's main Financial District drives the region's vibrant economy, and is located downtown between Atlantic Avenue, State Street and Devonshire Street.

Its history dates back to the mid-nineteenth century, when industrial manufacturing was at the heart of the city's economy. Business, particularly the Financial District, has long since changed. What was once a major industrial center has become a hub of culture, technology, higher education and financial services. Home to the Boston Stock Exchange, the Financial District also hosts major firms such as Fidelity Investments, Putnam Investments and Merrill Lynch. The regional headquarters of the Bank of America are also located near the hotel, as well as the Boston Federal Reserve Bank.

When searching for Boston Financial District hotels, choose The Bostonian Boston. Our clean and spacious accommodations are ideally located next to Boston's major business attractions, including important landmarks such as Dewey Square, One Financial Centre and the Custom Tower House.