W Lounge Boston

Atmosphere – The W Lounge Boston is very different from your average lounge in the sense it was not its own enclosed entity. It is actually part of the W Hotel lobby. There is a bar to the right when you enter the W Lounge Boston. The rest of the lounge is just couches and tables. They have shag cushy chairs, and the texture and design of the throw pillows is very nice. The décor is very modern and there are cool hanging drapes that separate some of the seating areas. My favorite part is the waterfalls that line the front of the lounge and the blue lights overhead.

Address – 100 Stuart Street. Boston, MA 02116

Phone Number – 617-912-3355

Parking – 10 Park Plaza. (right below the Mass State Transportation Building)

Closes – 1:30am (Mon-Sat) & 11:30 pm (Sun)

Similar BarsLounges, Upscale Bars

Surrounding BarsTheater District

Dress code – Strict

Cover charge – No

Sports on TV – No

Crowd – Late 20s to early 40s

Music – House

Line – Yes (Depends, I’ve seen it 20 or 30 people deep before but when I went I only waited for a few minutes.)

Dancing – No

Guy to girl ratio – 50/50

My Opinion – I personally really like places like this. The W Lounge has really nice atmosphere with a low-key vibe. It’s a great place to go if you’re not looking to go crazy and don’t want to hear thumping music all night with people bumping in to you and dirtying up your kicks. There’s definitely an older more sophisticated crowd in there so if such things make you uncomfortable then you won’t like this place but personally I think The W Lounge is a place I will go back to many times.

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5 Responses to “W Lounge Boston”

  1. Mike K
    Says:

    I’ve been here with a girl, it’s a very nice place. Seems to be a lot of business type people coming after work for a drink. Dress to impress if you come here!


  2. John
    Says:

    Older, attractive crowd. The decor is second to none in my opinion. Great place to lounge and enjoy some mixed drinks. Line can get long outside.


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