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The Historic Guild Room
From $650/hr
The Historic Guild Room
Boston, MA
4th Floor 70 seated at tables/100 seated audience style/130 standing Dimensions: 30'x52' Use: Small performance, rehearsals, receptions, meetings Half of the Guild Room (fourth floor) via movable partition wall 25 seated at tables/40 seated audience style/70 standing Dimensions: 15'x26" Use: Meetings, classes, small rehearsals
From $750/hr
Mary Norton Hall in Boston
Boston, MA
2nd Floor 160 seated at table/200 seated audience style/225 standing Dimensions: 32'x60' + 9'x44' Use: Performances, meals and receptions, conferences, lectures, rehearsals Amenities: Grand piano, stage, projector, sound system, adjacent food prep and refrigeration space, wheelchair accessible, hearing loop
From $750/hr
Old Historic Chapel in Boston
Boston, MA
1st Floor 100 seated at tables/140 seated audience style/200 standing Dimensions: 32'x62' Use: Weddings, funerals, performances, lectures, receptions, meetings, rehearsals Amenities: Grand piano, organ, wheelchair accessible, flexible seating. AV setup available at an additional charge.
From $1800/hr
Spacious Church and Sanctuary in Boston - Buyout
Boston, MA
You will get an access with the 3 individual spaces that we have: Sanctuary- 50-100 people Spacious hall- 250-300 people conference meeting place- 250 /350 people Please be informed that the published rate in not fixed. Kindly reach out to us to get the custom rate. Thank you!

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About Boston

Boston played a crucial role in the American Revolution, and the city is still right at the heart of the action well over two centuries later. With its world-class museums, ridiculously successful sporting franchises, and educational institutions known around the globe, Boston has one big reputation.

The Massachusetts capital is also home to a thriving business centre and strong local economy. Combined with its convenient location in the country’s northeast, this makes Boston a popular place to do business. All of which means that if you’re planning a business meeting in Boston, there are plenty of tools at your disposal to help make it as productive as possible.

Meeting Options in Boston

There’s much more that goes into a successful meeting than just getting a group of people together in the same room. From the right AV equipment to quality catering, many different factors combine to create a smooth and seamless meeting experience.

  • Caterers
    Once you’ve chosen your perfect Boston meeting space, one of the first things you’ll want to consider is catering. Everyone functions better on a full stomach, so compare Boston corporate caterers to find the right menu for your event.

  • Equipment Rentals
    If your meeting space in Boston needs a few extra supplies, check out what Boston’s meeting equipment rental companies can offer. From laptops and tablets to microphones, projectors, and full AV setups, you’ll find all the essentials to help present your business in the most professional light.

  • Transportation
    If you’ve got meeting attendees flying in from interstate or overseas, you want to create the best possible impression. One simple way to do that is to ensure they’re greeted at the airport by a prompt and professional transport service that gets them to the meeting on time and in comfort.

Meeting Companies in Boston

Putting together a successful meeting certainly isn’t a one-person job. Happily, there’s no shortage of Boston meeting companies that can take care of the finer details of your event. Here are just a few of the options you might like to consider.

  • Pauli’s
    Pauli’s is well known in Boston’s North End for its classic favorites and overstuffed sandwiches. But this popular eatery also offers catering for corporate meetings, so check out the range of appetizers, soups, sandwich trays, and bag lunches on offer.

  • Gemini Audio Visual
    Boasting over 25 years of experience in AV rental and support, Gemini Audio Visual serves a wide range of clients throughout the Boston and Cambridge area. From displays and projectors to microphones and sound systems, you’ll find a wide range of AV equipment backed by in-depth technical knowledge.

  • Boston Corporate Coach
    Boston Corporate Coach offers luxury chauffeured transportation in Boston and in over 35 countries around the world. Its fleet includes everything from sedans and limos to mid-size coaches and moor coaches, so it offers something to suit just about any corporate transport need.

Pros and Cons of Meetings in Boston

With Boston being a city filled with history, it’s a pleasure to attend a meeting here and sight-see afterward. But there are pros and cons to a Boston meeting space, too.


  • Great food
    Some of the finest cuisine anywhere in the world can be found in Boston. That’s great news if you like eating out, and also if you need to find quality catering for your next business meeting.

  • Abundant job opportunities
    With strong tech, financial, and life sciences sectors, Boston offers plenty of employment opportunities and a thriving business district.

  • Public transport covers a wide area
    Boston boasts an extensive public transport network, which helps make the city easy to get around for locals and visitors alike.

  • Always something to do
    Looking to entertain meeting attendees from out of town? From historic and cultural attractions to sports teams, parks, and so much more, there’s always something to do in Boston.

  • Myriad venue options
    As Boston is a major city, you’ll find opportunities galore when searching for a suitable meeting space.


  • Cold winters
    Winters in Boston can be painful, so it’s not the most attractive meeting spot for out-of-town guests during the colder months. You’ll also need to make sure the Boston meeting space you choose has adequate heating.

  • Traffic congestion
    Like most major cities, Boston has its fair share of problems with traffic congestion. Remember to consider travel times when choosing a Boston meeting space.

  • Parking pain
    Parking in the downtown area can be very hard to come by, so you might want to look for a meeting space that offers private parking.

  • Unreliable public transport
    Boston’s public transport isn’t known for being the most efficient network you’re ever likely to come across, so you may need to allow some extra travel time for meeting attendees.

  • Confusing layout
    The street layout in Boston is slightly confusing, so meeting attendees from interstate (or further afield) might find it a little difficult to navigate.

Famous Locations in Boston

  • Fenway Park
    Fenway Park is one of those attractions that needs no introduction. Any sports fan (and even plenty of non-sports fans) will recognize this iconic ballpark as the home of the Boston Red Sox, making it one of those locations that is simply a must-visit.

  • Museum of Fine Arts
    One of the world’s largest art museums, Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts boasts more than 100 galleries of art. Its collection features hundreds of thousands of artworks, including a truly world-class selection of Impressionist paintings. Channel your own creative side when choosing a meeting venue and schedule your get-together in a vibrant co-working space with tons of natural light.

  • Freedom Trail
    Step back in time to explore Boston’s (and the nation’s) history along the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail. The trail takes in a total of 16 significant historical sites, from Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument, and is one of the city’s most memorable attractions.