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Seaport World Trade Center
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200 Seaport Blvd Boston, MA 02210
200 Seaport BoulevardUSMassachusettsBoston02210
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If your Boston business event includes major exhibits, a trade show, or convention, look to Seaport World Trade Center’s Commonwealth Hall – the largest facility of its kind in Boston.
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Upscale lodging & business complex with harbor views, offering free Wi-Fi, fine dining & a pool.- Google
"Great location for the American Craft Brew Fest!"
"Seats in amphitheater were "cozy."
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Bryan Baldwin
2 months ago
Facility was nice, but feels like it is a few years overdue for a renovation. Food that was provided was odd; cold selection of beef, steak, and salmon. Seats in amphitheater were "cozy". Bathrooms were scarce.
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Adam G
in the last week
Attended Extreme Beer Fest as an industry member. Ample space and organized event. Event hall was very warm.
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Courtney Kiszewski
in the last week
Events/festivals could be better managed. Entry process is always slow.
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Jake Bacigalupa
in the last week
I think this is a great place for conventions and there's good restaurants nearby
Bobby Hewlett
2 weeks ago
The location was great and the seaport world trade center was beautiful. Everyone I interacted with was very friendly and all of the food was great.
Stephen Mantius
in the last week
Extreme beer fest. Really well organized, nice big space, lot of security.
Sam F
in the last week
At extreme beer fest we had to use porta-potties in the dark. The event was great but that completely over shadowed everything knowing that there were indoor facilities.
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Kai Henault
6 months ago
Loved everything about it besides a run in with a staff member I had: I was just about to enter in the main part of the event I was attending and decided to stop in the bathroom. As I was going in one of your staff members was coming out. He stops in the doorway, blocking it, and pointed behind me telling me the women's room is that way. I am very obviously male: I have scruff, adams apple, low voice, etc- Now I can understand that maybe some people can't tell sex/gender or whatnot. But regardless, when you are corrected you do not continue to block the doorway and check them out. We are in Boston. Stop policing bathrooms, people know where they are peeing. A shame this run in ruined my wonderful day.
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