Located in a landmark neighborhood in the heart of town, our luxury Nantucket hotel completed a major renovation in 2013 and was named a “Best of Boston” winner for 2014.
The only boutique Nantucket hotel located directly on fashionable Main Street, 76 Main affords guests easy access to all that Nantucket has to offer, just a short stroll out our front door.
Book now for your Nantucket getaway and come experience the comfortably refined sophistication of this intimately sized and design-driven boutique Nantucket hotel. Learn more.
Urban style embraces island sensibility at our stunning Nantucket hotel. By blending the vibrant atmosphere of Nantucket’s most bustling historic neighborhood with modern interior design, 21 Broad beckons you to a uniquely perfect escape.
Spin tunes on the turntable. Sip a cool beverage on the back deck around the fire pit. Unwind with a spa treatment. Let 21 Broad spoil you with luxuries you didn’t even know you desired.
Go ahead – treat yourself.
The Roberts Collection is a boutique inn in downtown Nantucket, easily walkable down cobblestone streets from the ferry, restaurants, and shops. Consisting of four historic buildings that encircle a private outdoor courtyard, the Collection provides a secluded space for soulful renewal within the island’s energetic downtown. Whether venturing out or turning in, guests will delight in our edition of Nantucket charm –– it’s never new, but always novel.
The Nantucket Lodging Association
The nearly 900 rooms available on Nantucket vary widely in style and price. Most of our rooms are in B&Bs, Inns, and guest houses that are converted homes–many of them antique with period furnishings. They range in size from four rooms to as many as twenty and offer both private and shared baths. Full-service hotels offer restaurants serving three times daily; some hotels and inns offer only breakfast and dinner, or lunch and dinner, or only dinner. Only those establishments with licensed commercial kitchens may serve full meals. B&Bs serve continental breakfasts, most with home-baked specialties. Some establishments offer vouchers for local restaurants.
The properties described at this site are members of the Nantucket Lodging Association, all of which are inspected and licensed by the Town of Nantucket.
The Robert B. Johnson Memorial Hostel
Think you can’t afford Nantucket? How about staying in a hostel?
The Robert B. Johnson Memorial Hostel, was built as a lifesaving station in 1873. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Just minutes away from Surfside Beach and only 3-1/2 miles from the ferry docks and 2 miles from Bartlett’s Ocean View Farm. At the Nantucket Hostel, there is a fully equipped kitchen for preparing your own meals, a large dining area, outdoor picnic tables and bicycle racks. . Breakfast, wifi access and parking are free. All bed linens and a bath towel are included in the overnight rate. We have a very limited number of beds reserved for the festival at the rate of $125 for 3 nights. To make a reservation fill out the form below.
Hostel Reservation Form
3 nights including breakfast $150
There is a three night minimum.
As beds are extremely limited this is a non refundable reservation.