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    meet your future

    Say hello to societyM: clever, creative meeting rooms designed to spark your brightest ideas. Six spaces are ready for your group of up to 14 big-thinkers. You'll get superfast Wi-Fi, stylish Vitra furniture, all the tech you need, bottomless coffee, and walls to plot your next great plans on. societyM is located at the citizenM Boston North Station hotel, so getting around the city by train or subway is easy. Finish a meeting just in time to catch a game at Fenway Park, network at the Boston Convention Center, or enjoy the Theater District.

    meeting spaces to shape the world

    Our boardroom-style designer meeting rooms seat up to 14 people.

    Half day prices from 260 USD (excl. tax).
    Full day prices from 500 USD (excl. tax).

    take-out ain’t got muffin on us
    take-out ain’t got muffin on us


    Not even Paul McCartney can be expected to change the world on an empty stomach. Choose one of our catering menus for fresh, delicious food to keep you marching on – but please give us a 48-hour heads up.

    Gluten free, dairy free, nut free? We respect all dietary requirements and take food allergies seriously – just give us at least 48 hours' notice with the details. You can leave a comment during booking, or email us (details below).

    downtown Boston’s most stylish meeting rooms

    With the Charles River and Boston Common on our doorstep, citizenM Boston North Station hotel is in the city’s (very) historic centre. We have the biggest beds and fluffiest pillows in all our 269 rooms as well as six tech-ready societyM meeting rooms next to all the big Boston attractions. Even better, we’re right above the TD Garden arena and North Station.

    Find us: citizenM Boston North Station hotel, 70 Causeway Street, Boston MA, 02114

    Questions? Send us a chat at the right bottom corner of your screen!

    Email us: societyMBNS@citizenM.com

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