At NESEA we're always looking for new ways to reduce the impact that we have on the planet we share. That's why we partner with TripZero to address our community's biggest impact—the carbon footprint created by travel to BuildingEnergy Boston.
The average out-of-town attendee will create 850 pounds of C02 traveling to BuildingEnergy Boston. Many will create more than two tons.
Book one of great hotel deals that you'll find below. Be sure to use the links and codes below for access to these special discounts.
Once you've booked your room, TripZero will calculate your trip's carbon footprint and erase it with certified carbon offsets.
Your reservation enables us to fund reforestation projects around the globe. As these forests grow, they absorb carbon dioxide—the main greenhouse gas driving climate change—eliminating the pollution created by your trip.
We Support: Patagonia Sur
Your trip helps fund the largest native-species reforestation campaign in Chile’s history and the first to receive accreditation under the Verified Carbon Standard. The project plants native-species trees in a pattern that replicates the growth of a natural forest in Patagonia, Chile. During its lifetime, each tree will remove over 1,000 pounds of CO2 from the atmosphere.
Enjoy a Sustainable Stay, Steps from BuildingEnergy.
Located on the waterfront steps from BuildingEnergy Boston, the Seaport Boston Hotel offers luxury accommodations with dazzling city and harbor views and incredibly convenient access to all major points of interest including the Financial District, Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, Fan Pier and the North End. The hotel is just minutes from Logan International Airport with its own MBTA and water taxi stops.
And when it comes to sustainability, the Seaport Hotel stands as an industry leader. Named on of North America’s Five Greenest Hotels by Fodor’s, sustainability permeates the hotel’s operations. Initiatives include on-site composting, comprehensive recycling, LED lighting, in-room energy management, chemical-free cleaning and more. Click here to download the Seaport’s Sustainability Report.
Enjoy complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the hotel plus one of Boston’s finest fitness facilities including an indoor heated pool. The hotel offers the following nightly rates for BuildingEnergy attendees (taxes and fees additional):
Seaport Boston Hotel
Distance to event: 1 minute walk
Locate on area Hotel Map
$339 $209 $209
(Request the BuildingEnergy Rate)
Group Rate $339 $209
Don't delay, the discounted NESEA room block sells-out every year. And if your plans change, please remember to cancel by 3PM EST two days before your arrival date.
Booking deadline: Feb 10, 2017
We're sorry, but the deadline for booking the BuildingEnergy rate at the Seaport has passed. However, the hotel may be able to accommodate you. To inquire, please call.
1. Seaport World Trade Center: BuildingEnergy Boston 2. Seaport Hotel
3. MBTA Trade Center Station 4. The Exchange: NESEA Night
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). If you're flying to Boston you can reach the World Trade Center via:
Water Taxi. Enjoy a scenic ride directly to the the Seaport World Trade Center stop. Simply take the Massport 66 bus from your terminal to the Logan dock where you can board a water-taxi for a one-way fare of only $12.
Bus. From Logan's Terminal C Arrival Level, board the MBTA SL1 Silver Line Bus and ride directly to the World Trade Center stop. From there, it's a three-minute walk to the hotel and Trade Center. It's fast and the fare is only $2.10.
Taxi. Without traffic, taxis provide the quickest service to the Seaport. Fares typically run $25 to $30.
From the North via I-93
From the South via I-93
From the West via I-90
The Seaport Garage offers the most convenient parking, however you may also wish to consider well-priced surface lots that charge only $15-$20 per day:
Amtrak has a variety of routes that bring you to Boston's South Station. From South Station take the Silver Line SL1 Outbound to the World Trade Center stop. From there, it's a three-minute walk to the hotel and Trade Center. Check out Amtrak.
It's easy to reach the World Trade Center stop from any MBTA stop around Boston. Find your best route on Google Maps.