Hynes Convention Center
The Hynes Convention Center is named after John B. Hynes who was mayor of Boston between 1950 and 1960. The Convention Center is located in Boston's Back Bay near Beacon Hill. Hynes Convention Center is also known as the Boston Convention Center. This convention center is very large by any measure and can accommodate up to four large events simultaneously.
With over 190,000 square feet of exhibition space, the convention center can host upwards of 10 thousand visitors at once. It is easy to access by MBTA and is centrally located. The convention center is not too far from Logan airport in Boston which is the main airport in Boston.
The Hynes Convention Center neighbors the Prudential building which is visible from anywhere in the city.
There are fiber-optic backbone links and T3 service, with complimentary wireless access in Coffee House. Most convention centers charge a fee for wireless Internet. The cafeteria and coffee house in the central lobby accommodates up to 500 people.