When conducting important business in the Massachusetts capital, a furnished apartment in Boston is perfect for your day to day needs. SilverDoor specialises in corporate accommodation which is high quality, flexible and convenient – meaning we can cater to your exact business travel needs. With a dedicated team with the expertise, experience and enthusiasm to ensure your corporate stay goes to plan, we at SilverDoor Apartments are ready to find your ideal corporate housing in Boston, United States.
WHY CHOOSE A SILVERDOOR BOSTON FURNISHED APARTMENT?
Our selection of apartments has been specially selected by our expert team members who make sure that the accommodation we offer in Boston is tailored to corporate clients. We understand the demands of business travel, and therefore we strive to make your booking, and stay, as efficient and comfortable as possible. With hundreds of returning business clients on our books, the SilverDoor service continues to attract new customers due to the benefits we offer, such as:
Call us today to book your stay at a corporate furnished apartment in Boston, or explore our many options through our website and see the quality we offer for yourself.
For a business trip to Boston, a serviced apartment is perfect as it offers the optional services you would expect from a high end hotel, combined with the flexibility and privacy of a rented property affords. Corporate housing gives you more space to do the things you want and needs during an important business stay. You can work, rest, entertain or simply enjoy a private area – uninhibited by schedules and timeframes imposed by many hotels.
A further benefit of a serviced apartment is the financial savings it can offer you and your business. Like for like, serviced apartments with all their features and perks are more affordable than hotels. Furthermore, beyond a certain duration threshold, serviced apartments drop in nightly cost, meaning an aparthotel is ideal in both convenience and cost-effectiveness for colleagues relocating to Boston.
Many of our corporate housing options in Boston come with a host of services and amenities, from swimming pools and on-site gymnasiums, to concierge services, housekeeping and conference rooms. Many of our properties offer personalised housekeeping timetables, meaning you won’t be restricted to a set schedule which impinges on your privacy and plans.
Boston is the most populous city in New England, with a population of almost 700,000. It is a port city with a growing cruise industry as more and more cruises are docking in the city, which in turn improves the local economy. Boston is very much geared towards tourists as well as local inhabitants, meaning there is plenty to see and do during your stay. Our guide on 'the top 21 things to do in Boston when travelling on business' provides some great tips
Boston Airport is easily accessible from Boston city centre and is connected to many national and international airports.
Despite being known as ‘America’s walking city’, Boston has a well-developed transport network – operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (or the ‘T’ to locals). Subway, bus, trolley car and boat services are available throughout the city – with a late-night bus service also being in place for those who wish to sample Boston’s famous nightlife.
Boston is famous for its depictions in films, in which its residents are portrayed with broad ‘Boston English’ accents. It is thought this distinct accent stems from Boston’s significance Irish population – as the city was a major destination for Irish immigrants throughout its history. Boston has its own unique slang which adds to its character and personality.
Boston experiences relatively high East coast temperatures year-round, with July peaking at an average of 74 Fahrenheit. Winters can be chill at 29 Fahrenheit in January, but generally speaking, the city has clement weather which makes for pleasant travelling.
Founded in 1630 by English Puritans and named after their English home, Boston has an intriguing and complex history. The city was built-in the hope of being a ‘city on a hill’ – an example of a Godly puritan society. Harvard was first established as a college in 1636, and the city is known for its involvement in the American Revolution, with momentous events such as the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party shaping much of what followed.
Boston is among the 30 most economically powerful cities in the world, meaning opportunities for business and expansion are always in sight. With its lauded educational facilities, Boston attracts over 350,000 students annually, meaning the economy, in turn, benefit from the added value and eventual employment opportunities this offers. Technology companies thrive in the city, in particular biotechnology, meaning Boston is rated as the top life sciences cluster in the USA.