Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is an exhibition center. It is one of the largest exhibition centers in northeastern U.S. located in Boston, Massachusetts. It comprises three bays for its main exhibition floor which can be adjusted for isolated and divided shows or linked into one space. The center during its comeback in 2007 got a peak of 1.6 million attendees. BCEC has been controversial because of its location far from concentration of hotels. Plans are still crafted to pursue expansion. Starting 2010, the center brought hundreds of thousands of attendees until today.
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is Boston Massachusetts’ tourist sight. Boston has a lot of hotels and accommodations to stay just like its nearby cities such as Cambridge and Chelsea. The Godfrey Hotel Boston is a chic contemporary hotel that offers valet parking, free high speed internet, baby-sitting, meeting rooms, taxi service, and photocopying. Another hotel with almost similar amenities as other excellent hotels is The Westin Boston Waterfront, which is located just a few blocks from the center. For tourists who love museums the Boston African American National Historic Site is near that houses and interprets 15 pre-Civil War structures in relation to Boston's history of 19th-century African-American community. Tourists can also find the Boston’s urban oasis and Eastern Massachusetts’ largest recreational space near the city center, the Boston Harbor Islands State Park. It attracts more than half million visitors every year.