Omni Parker House Hotel

Boston, Ma


Omni Parker House Hotel has the distinction of being the oldest continuously operated hotel in the United States.

The original Parker House was built on its current site in 1855. Between 1866 and 1925 the hotel expanded to form the current structure seen today. Its history is steeped in Boston’s past and includes the Saturday Club, a weekly gathering attended by the likes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Oliver Wendell Holmes, to mention a few.

The renovation reprioritized the property to retain its old world charm while bringing all building systems and amenities up to today’s standards of use. All rooms, public spaces, restaurants and meeting rooms were re-envisioned with an elegantly appointed interior design. An in depth masterplan was also prepared to allow for additional attached tower and subsequent realignment of hotel restaurants.



Omni Hotels and Resorts


Hospitality / Renovation / Architecture / Interiors


550 Room Hotel




Historic Hotels of America