Encore: Boston’s Gleaming new 5-Star Casino Resort Opens
The new property brings an expanse of entertainment and dining attractions to the banks of the Mystic River in Everett
June 23, 2019
Encore Boston Harbor opened its doors yesterday and the Iconic high rise originally conceived by Steve Wynn advanced a new kind of luxury hospitality to New England area. The opening of the 3 million-square-foot, 33-acre Encore Boston Harbor casino-resort on the banks of the Mystic River in Everett could be the start of a formidable entertainment district only a short hop from the buzz of State Street.
The resort features a 210,000-square-foot casino; 15 dining and lounge venues; 671 guest rooms and suites; 50,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space; an ultra-premium spa; and a four-season, six-acre Harborwalk with pedestrian and bike paths, picnic and viewing areas, gazebos, waterfront dining, and plenty of floral gardens and green space. At $2.6 billion, Encore Boston Harbor is the country’s most expensive resort development of 2019.
Encore Boston Harbor Accommodations
Guestrooms start at 650 square feet — are the largest standard accommodations in New England. Signature Suites increase to 1,350 square feet; Two-Bedroom Residences are 3,350 square feet; and two limited-availability villas total 5,800 square feet, respectively.
Rooms are defined by floor-to-ceiling windows, Wynn Dream Beds, high thread-count linens, flat-screen 4K ultra-high-definition televisions, high-speed Wi-Fi with mobile charging devices, and a wireless iPad for one-touch access to room controls.
Dining at Encore
Among the 15 restaurants, bars and lounges find the Sinatra restaurant, world-famous Wynn Buffet and Rare Steakhouse – an upscale steakhouse experience inspired by the SW Steakhouse at Wynn Las Vegas.
New Meetings Options in Boston
Meeting planners will find a lot of conveniences here as Encore Boston Harbor features more than 50,000 square feet of state-of-the-art conference space on the lobby level and 21,000 square feet of seasonal outdoor space overlooking the Boston Harbor and skyline. Event space includes ten break-out rooms, a promenade and a 37,000-square-foot grand ballroom – the largest ballroom space in Boston outside of the Boston Convention and Exhibition.
Bleisure time gets a boost from the 17-treatment room Spa at Encore Boston Harbor, adorned with floor lanterns, Venetian chandeliers and hand-painted silk walls. The spa menu includes such treatments as the Good Luck Ritual: a customized massage, foot treatment, hand therapy and botanical scalp treatment based on the five Chinese elements.
Transportation to Encore Boston Harbor
Through a robust water transportation system, custom-built water shuttles will transport guests year-round from Boston directly to the resort. The low-profile European-style boats with plush seating, gloss-varnished teak wood and a below-deck salon seating area with large hull windows and overhead skylights. The boats are expected to run every 20-30 minutes between the east side of the World Trade Center in the Boston Seaport, to the north side of Long Wharf, to Encore in Everett for a small cost. The boats carry 35 people seven days-a-week, year-round from 7 am to midnight. Luxury park-and-ride services are also expected to be available select locations throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and complimentary shuttle services provided from nearby train stations directly to Encore Boston Harbor.