2018 Fall Conference
The State Police of Massachusetts Association will be hosting the 2018 Fall Conference at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf in Boston, Massachusetts starting
September 10th, 2018 until September 12th, 2018.
Please email, fax or mail completed forms and payments to:
State Police Association of Massachusetts
11 Beacon Street, Suite 700
Boston, MA 02108
September 10th- 12th, 2018
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
296 State Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Registration includes breakfast and authentic New England style lunch on the 11th and 12th.
****Late registration is subject to additional fees****
Make checks payable to:
State Police Association of Massachusetts.
To pay by credit card, please call Kerstin Yohann at 617.523.0130.
Hotel room rates are $309 per night plus tax.
The conference rate applies on rooms booked from September 9th through September 13th.
There is on-site parking, which is $55 per night for valet, or $40 per night for self-parking off-site.
Check-in time is 4:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM.
Hotel registrations need to be made online using this weblink.
If you have issues booking online, please contact Marriott Reservations at 877.901.2078.
Cut-off date to book hotel rooms is August 20, 2018.
The hotel has a bar, restaurant, pool and fitness center. The hotel is located on the waterfront and there are plenty of bars and restaurants to walk to.
Understated rooms with city views feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (fee), plus coffeemakers. Club-level rooms add access to a lounge with free continental breakfast and snacks. Suites offer separate living areas with pull-out sofas, and balconies with harbor views.
There’s a low-key restaurant with city views. Other amenities include an an indoor pool, a hot tub and a gym, as well as 17 meeting rooms and a business center.
Popular museums and art galleries, entertainment venues, excellent hotels, numerous restaurants, and the lively waterfront surrounding most of the neighborhood provide visitors and locals with plenty to do.
Seaport, the area facing Boston Harbor, boasts glitzy waterfront restaurants and bars, concerts almost every summer night at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Harpoon Brewery, trend-setting Institute of Contemporary Art, and departure points for Harbor cruises.
Harborwalk, the public walkway along Boston’s waterfront, gives you an easy way to walk along the Harbor, enjoy interesting views, and check out all the restaurants overlooking the water.
At the eastern tip of this area, Boston’s CruisePort welcomes cruise ship passengers to Boston from April to November.
South of Atlantic Ave, the arty Fort Point is sandwiched between the channel separating the neighborhood from Boston’s Downtown Financial District on the west and the Massachusetts Convention and Exposition Center on the east.
Dotted with art galleries, the fun and immersive Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, and the always-popular Boston Children’s Museum, Fort Point boasts innovative chef-owned restaurants along Congress Street and adjacent streets, as well as terrific city skyline views across the channel.
And almost hidden behind the Convention Center, you’ll discover Lawn on D, a fun park/entertainment space.