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About MCCA Hotels: Aloft and Element

395-403 D Street, Seaport District, Boston, MA


The Aloft and Element hotels are two new hotels in Boston's Seaport District. Both hotels opened in Winter 2016 and contain 510 rooms total; the Aloft Hotel contains 330 rooms, and the Element Hotel contains 180. Both hotels are located adjacent to one another on D Street, an epicenter of development in the Seaport.


The 13-story Aloft Hotel features amenities such as a gourmet eatery, a fitness center, a pool, an outdoor entertainment area and 12,000 square feet of function space. Local entertainment options The Social Register and W XYZ Bar are located on the Aloft Hotel’s ground floor. Intended for long-term stays, the six-story Element Hotel features guest rooms equipped with full kitchens, flexible work space and spa-inspired bathrooms. Amenities at the Element Hotel include a pool and fitness center, a gourmet pantry, a bike sharing program and meeting space.


Across the street from the hotels are the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) and the Lawn on D, a hip public space home to public art and several innovative public events. The Aloft and Element hotels are convenient to Logan Airport and Downtown Boston via public transportation and car.

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Oct 23, 2017

$140 million permanent financing secured for Aloft and Element Hotels in Seaport District


Jan 27, 2016

The Element Hotel opened for business on January 14th! The aLoft will follow shortly, opening...


Oct 01, 2015

We recently stopped by the aLoft and Element hotels under construction in Boston's Seaport District...


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