Parking

50 Park Plaza at Arlington St
Boston, MA 02116

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Owner Location Contact Rates
Boston Park Plaza Valet 50 Park Plaza at Arlington St
Boston, MA 02116
Ultimate Valet
(617) 457-2377
Valet Entrance - 34 Columbus Ave
0-8 hrs - $30
8+ hours/overnight - $58 (with in/out privileges)
Motor Mart Garage 26 Park Plaza
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 482-8380
Car height limit is 7’ 0
0-1 hr - $14
1-2 hr - $20
2-10 hr - $30
10-24 hr - $40
Revere Hotel Parking Garage 200 Stuart Street
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 482-1800
Car height limit is 6'11"
0-1 hr - $12
1-2 hr - $20
2-3 hr - $22
3-12 hr - $24
12-24 hr - $40
Boston Common Garage 0 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 954-2098
Car height limit is 6’ 3"

Weekday Rates
0-1 Hour: $12
1-2 Hours: $18
2-3 Hours: $24
3-10 Hours: $28
10-24 Hours: $32

Night (after 4pm) and
Weekend Rates (Sat, Sun & Holidays)
Enter after 6 a.m., Exit before 8 a.m. the next day.
0-1 Hour: $10
1-3 Hours: $14
Over 3 Hours (until 8 a.m.): $18

The Back Bay Garage

222 Berkeley St,
Back Bay, Boston, MA 02116

Entrance at 113 St. James St., Boston, MA

(note if you use the garage outside business hours, you may have to walk out of the building via Panera)

617-425-5140 Weekday Rates (arriving 7:00am - 5:00pm)
30 Mins: $12.00
1 Hour: $26.00
2 Hours: $38.00
24 Hours: $42.00 (ends at 5am)
Arriving 5:00pm - 7:00am
10 Mins: $5.00
30 Mins: $8.00
Overnight: $10.00 (in after 5pm. out by 7am)
Weekend Rates
1 Hour: $12.00
2 Hours: $16.00
24 Hours: $22.00
(ends at 5am)

Prices are subject to change without notice

Parking Meters

There are parking meters in the area. Most meters are 8am-8pm; a few are 8am-6pm. All metered spaces are free on Sundays and holidays, including Martin Luther King, Jr Holiday (Arisia Monday). For vehicles showing handicapped placards or plates, meters are free and time limits are waived.. If there is a snow emergency, you may not be able to park your car on the streets and will be required to move it.  As of July 2019, the minimum rate for Boston parking meters will go up to $2 per hour.

The city of Boston has an app called "ParkBoston" for Android and iOS that allows you to use your smartphone and a credit card to pay for parking at meters in most parts of Boston (and allows you to extend your stay). If you wish to use the app, you might want to download it and configure it while you're at home. You can also call (617) 635-2729 to pay by phone or browse to https://park.boston.gov/.

Cheaper Parking 

If you're willing to drive to a parking garage or lot and then walk or ride the subway to get back, you can find cheap parking at Alewife (Red Line - Garage), Wellington Station (Orange Line - Lot and Garage), Wonderland (Blue Line) and Channelside (25 minute walk - Lot, $5 per weekend day), These lots are usually full on work days, but in the evenings and weekends they usually have lots of room.

You might be able to find a discounted parking rate if you reserve through a parking app such as BestParking or Parkopedia.

 

Bicycle Parking

Boston Common Garage has a bike cage for 40 bicycles (plus they say it has repair tools).  If you show up 7am-7pm, you can give them a $5 deposit for a key fob that allows you to park your bike for up to 72-hours per visit.

There also is a Blue Bikes (formerly Hubway) docking station near the Boston Park Plaza hotel (near where Park Plaza joins Charles St).  [Note, the Blue Bikes operators sometimes remove docking stations during the winter.]