When you want the highest level of pampering in Boston’s most fashionable neighborhood, choose a luxury Back Bay hotel for a memorable experience you’ll savor long after your stay.
Home to internationally-acclaimed top 5-star hotels with top restaurants, spas, and other amenities, Back Bay also boasts several independently owned luxury hotels where you’ll experience personalized service and unsurpassed comfort.
The fashionable Back Bay location puts you close to some of Boston’s best attractions: Newbury Street boutiques, Fenway Park, and Copley Square.
Enjoy the neighborhood’s splendid Victorian architecture, go for a Swan Boat ride in the Public Garden, and enjoy free concerts all summer in the Hatch Shell in the nearby Esplanade.
Or just relax in the patio dining at the many wonderful neighborhood restaurants, and enjoy the best of Boston!
Step out the front door, and you'll be in one of the city's most elegant gardens in Post Office Square.
Inside the ornate renaissance revival style building, once home to the Federal Reserve Bank, you'll find luxurious public spaces, personalized service, and sophisticated New England cuisine in the onsite restaurant.
The spacious rooms are comfortable yet sumptuous with luxury linens, lovely furnishings, and Italian marble bathrooms. Ask for an upper floor to enjoy lovely park views - and indulge yourself at the Langham's renowned spa and indoor pool.
Although you can often find low budget rates at Club Quarters, especially on weekends, the compact rooms offer lots of nice amenities and luxury touches you normally find at much more expensive hotels.
The drawback? The relatively (for Boston) cheap hotel rates here are not exactly a secret...so book as far in advance as possible.
Asian-inspired luxurious decor, top-notch service, and a lovely indoor pool give you a serene and comfortable stay in Boston. Ask for a higher floor to experience sweeping views of Boston Harbor.
The InterContinental's waterfront location can't be beat: the hotel overlooks Fort Point Channel and beyond that, the Harbor on one side. On the other side, it borders the lush Rose Kennedy Greenway across from the Financial District.
Walk up the Greenway to Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the Freedom Trail, stroll over to Chinatown for a delicious meal, and of course, explore the vibrant waterfront along Harborwalk.
Located in a 1928 Art Deco skyscraper, the Hiilton Financial District doubles as a business hotel during the week, and a favorite of savvy leisure visitors during weekends when you can sometimes find great bargains - look for packages and special deals.
Crown moldings, waterfront views from some rooms, and terrycloth robes all contribute to the upscale ambiance.
You'll also love the Hilton's quiet location just a few blocks from the Waterfront, Freedom Trail, and New England Aquarium.
The Harborside offers many of the same location advantages of Boston waterfront hotels - but significantly cheaper rates.
Why such a bargain? With only 98 rooms, the inn focuses on providing comfortable accommodations. It's not a big hotel - so don't expect an on-site restaurant, swimming pool, or other big-hotel type amenities.
However, you will find a flat panel TV, CD/DVD player, and complementary WiFi in your room. You'll get discounted passes to a health club with an indoor pool just a couple of blocks away.
You can explore Faneuil Marketplace, stroll along the Waterfront, enjoy a capuccino in the North End. There must be at least a hundred restaurants and pubs in the immediate neighborhood - you're in no danger of starving! And you'll smile when you think about the low rates you're paying to stay in this great location.
Accommodations consist of suites, featuring charming but comfortable furnishings.
Chinese-inspired blue and white ceramic lamps give a nod to the days when Custom House officials counted whaling ships returning with treasures from the Far East.
The stellar location at the edge of the Financial District means you're just steps away from Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Waterfront, the New England Aquarium, and the Freedom Trail. You can also easily walk to TD Garden in about 7 minutes.
Because the Marriott Custom House is a time-share resort, only a limited number of suites are available for rent on most days - so if you want to stay here, book as early as possible.
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