Boston Park Plaza Hotel
(Redirected from Statler-Hilton, Boston)Jump to navigation Jump to search
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is an older hotel (originally the Boston Statler-Hilton built in 1927) located near Boston's Public Garden, about six blocks from the Prudential Center.
It was an overflow hotel (used for sleeping rooms only) for Noreascon Three and as a Statler-Hilton was the sites of Boskones 1-2, 4-7 and 9, and as the Park Plaza was the site of Boskones 19-21. It was also the site of several Arisias.
As an older hotel its function space is oddly laid out and hard to access from the loading dock, its sleeping rooms are often somewhat small, and in general it does not make a superb con hotel.
|This is a venue page, covering buildings from 4-star hotels to slan shacks. Please include only structures of major fannish significance. See Standards for Venues.|