Seaport Hotel
One Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210
617-385-4000 or 1-877-SEAPORT

Located in the Seaport District, one of Boston’s most vibrant and growing neighborhoods, the award-winning Seaport Hotel is a refuge in the heart of the city. Overlooking Boston Harbor and backed by the beautiful city and water views, Seaport is the ideal location with easy access to Logan Airport and all major Boston attractions. Complimentary wireless internet access is available throughout the entire Seaport facility.


The Seaport Hotel has sold out of guestrooms for this course.  A list of alternative housing options is listed below.  All options are within walking distance.  You may still contact the Seaport Hotel to inquire into availability at 617-385-4000 or 1-877-SEAPORT.  Please specify that you are attending the HMS Laser & Aesthetic Skin Therapy course.

Renaissance Boston Waterfront
606 Congress Street

The Westin Waterfront
425 Summer Street

Aloft Boston Seaport
401-403 D Street

Element Boston Seaport
391-395 D Street

Residence Inn Boston Downtown/Seaport
370 Congress Street

Boston Reservations
(full-service local housing bureau)
866-221-6097 or 781-547-5427 



We want to make your travel experience to Boston a pleasant one.

Air Travel 
Logan International Airport (BOS) is 2 miles from the Seaport Hotel (10 minutes driving). Logan Airport offers passengers a variety of transportation options ranging from taxi and limousine services to rental cars and shuttle buses plus connections to local bus and train stations.

Taxi Service
There are a number of taxi services available on-demand at Logan International Airport. The estimated fare to the Seaport Hotel is $25.00.

Bus Service (MBTA Silver Line)
The Silver Line (electric bus) offers service from Logan International Airport (Terminals A, B, C, D and E) to the World Trade Center stop at the Seaport Hotel. The cost is $2.75. Schedule

City Water Taxi
City Water Taxi provides service from Logan International Airport (stop 1) to the Seaport Hotel (stop 4). Tickets may be purchased on board. The cost is $10 one-way or $17 round-trip.

Note: Fares are subject to change. 

Tourist Information

Boston is one of the oldest settlements in the country rich with history, culture and art. Take a moment to wander through Boston’s distinct neighborhoods, taste unforgettable cuisine, visit one of our museums or theaters, attend a sporting event, or take advantage of the shops and restaurants located just steps from our meeting location at the Seaport Hotel. There is plenty to do in town for everyone. Click here for more information.

Climate in October:
Temperatures range from 43° – 63°F.

What to Wear:
Bostonians dress smartly and simply. The weather can be unpredictable.  Wear layers that can be removed or added.

Day: If you are touring, you will want to wear comfy shoes for walking and a jacket. Most tourist venues do not have dress codes, but check to be sure.

Evening: In the evening, consider your agenda. The theater tends to be dressier and some upscale restaurants require jackets. It can get chilly in the evening.