Relational Coordination Collaborative

Boston Site, Hotels & Transport

Our local host committee is eager to welcome you to Boston, a highly walkable, diverse city with exciting new leadership from Mayor Michelle Wu and her team.

The 2022 RCC Roundtable is hosted at Suffolk University in the heart of downtown Boston, beside the Massachusetts State House, the Boston Commons and the Boston Public Garden.  Fanueil Hall is in our backyard, and Beacon Hill and Charles Street are in our frontyard.  We are on "the T" - the Boston public transportation system - and just a block from the Downtown Crossing Station.  

Boston is a highly walkable city.  We are close to the Charles River, the Charles River Boat Basin, Massachusetts General Hospital, and the Longfellow Bridge for  a lovely walk across the Charles River to the Massachusetts Institue of Technology in Cambridge, a tech hub.  Once you are at MIT, you are also close to the Science Museum, and two "T" stops from Harvard Square.

Our Informal Welcoming Reception on Thursday will be hosted at The Liberty Hotel, a Boston historic landmark, and our Reception and Celebration on Friday will be hosted at the MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge.  See the Roundtable Program for more information!

Transportation Options

  • Drive into Boston and park at your hotel, or under the Boston Commons
  • Take Amtrak into lovely South Station, then walk, or take "the T" to Downtown Crossing
  • Fly into Logan Airport, then get a ride to Suffolk or take "the T" to Downtown Crossing

Hotel Options

There are many many housing options in Boston.  Suffolk University has special rates with many local hotels - stay posted!  Based on walkability and affordability, recommended Roundtable hotels include:

The Godfrey Hotel - 0.6 miles from Roundtable location

The Boston Park Plaza - 0.9 miles from Roundtable location

The Liberty Hotel - 0.7 miles from Roundtable location

Omni Parker House - 0.3 miles from Roundtable location

Please share other ideas with our team at relationalcoord@brandeis.edu, and we will post them here!