Hyatt Regency Boston

Hyatt Regency Boston
One Avenue de Lafayette,
United States,


By Subway

The Boston subway system otherwise known as the "T," is located 100 feet from the hotel entrance. It is on the same block as the hotel. The Red and Orange Lines both stop at this station which is called the Downtown Crossing. The hotel is one "T" Stop away from Backbay, and about 4 blocks to South Station. For more information please visit

By Rail

The closest train station to the venue is South Station which is a 6 minute walk away. When heading to the hotel, leave the station north onto Summer Street. Keep walking up and on the 6th left turn, turn down Chauncy Street. Walk down and the hotel will be on your right

By Air

Logan Airport – The Hyatt Regency Boston is approximately 4 miles from the international airport. A taxi to and from the airport would cost around $25 and would take around 15 to 30 minutes depending on traffic. There is also the option of the GO Boston shuttle. It travels from the airport around Boston. For more information and prices please visit

By Bus

The closest bus station to the hotel is located at the train station South Station. Please use the directions from the train station to direct yourself to the hotel.

By Car

The closest parking is Lafayette Garage and prices depend on the duration of stay. The hotel also offers valet parking. For more information and prices please visit the link below For concierge services provided by the hotel please visit the link below For driving instructions and a map please visit the link below


Hyatt Regency Boston

Oxford Global has a dedicated HotelMap for the NextGen Omics Series US, which is an interactive map showing rates and availability of hotels around the conference venue, including the Hyatt Regency Boston. Please follow the below links to compare rates and book accommodation.

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