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Best Luxury Hotels in Boston

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A huge rotunda over a beautiful archway marks Boston Harbor Hotel a modern complex of offices, condominiums, award-winning restaurants and a luxury hotel. Located on Rowes Wharf, the waterfront hotel is a short distance from city landmarks like Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the financial district and the New England Aquarium. Some of the amenities on offer in their 232 elegant rooms and suites include wireless internet, safe, room service and childcare facilities. From the wharf, you can charter a fishing yacht, take a water shuttle to the airport or go on a fascinating whale watch.

Four Seasons Hotel Boston is the city's premier hotel for those looking to be pampered. Overlooking the Public Gardens, this modern, 16-story brick and glass palace is central to everything Boston has to offer. Historic Back Bay and Newbury Street are a short walk from the hotel. The hotel offers beautiful and luxurious rooms and executive suites. Savor delectable seafood specialties and enjoy a cocktail at the Bristol Lounge. With no less than 16 function rooms and professional services, conducting business comes easy. The on-site spa offers excellent treatments for a relaxing time. Check website for availability and more.

Established in 1925, The Eliot Hotel is a beautiful European styled hotel in Back Bay. Elegant rooms beckon you with their lush furnishings that are completely soundproofed. Choose to dine in either of their acclaimed restaurants Clio specializing in contemporary French food and Uni in fusion Japanese cuisine. With services like babysitting, pet care, a business center, 24 hour room service and more, you will feel pampered in The Eliot's luxurious settings. The exceptional location is near Fenway Park , Charles River, the Boston Common and Newbury Street.

Located in the heart of downtown Boston, The Langham Boston combines its rich history with all the features of a contemporary luxury hotel. Overlooking the gardens of Post Office Square, this four-diamond hotel is steps to Faneuil Hall, Downtown Crossing, New England Aquarium, North End, and the waterfront. It is also close to area's colleges and universities. The Langham Boston's Cafe Fleuri restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, in addition to daily afternoon tea, award-winning Sunday Jazz Brunch, and world-renowned Saturday Chocolate Bar.

Liberty Hotel was earlier known as the Charles Street Jail, where the infamous Albert DeSalvo—also known as the Boston Strangler—was imprisoned. Today, it is a national landmark with 298 rooms and all modern amenities. Care has been taken to see that most of the prison's originality is maintained which includes a 90 feet high rotunda, sky-high catwalks where the guards used to keep watch. Some of the windows still have bars on them. To top it all, are whimsical names like the Clink which is a restaurant and Alibi the bar. If you want to be left alone in you room, you can hang "Solitary" on your door...and privacy is what you will get!

Revel in luxury at Ames Hotel. With sleek fixtures, warm fireplaces, antique decor and an elegant charm, this boutique hotel offers a pleasant accommodation where one can sit back and rest. Rooms, suites or apartments can be booked according to your needs and come equipped with full facilities like plush furniture, wood flooring, luxury shower and spa amenities. The hotel has a strict non-smoking policy.

This luxury hotel overlooks Quincy Market and is a short distance from Logan International Airport, several boutiques, restaurants and sightseeing attractions. All European-style rooms are equipped with modern amenities like television, WiFi, in-house safe and hairdryer. Other services include the fitness club and business center ideal for hosting meetings and private events.

In the heart of downtown Boston, the luxurious, three-diamond Boston Marriott is located on historic Long Wharf. With gorgeous views of the waterfront, close proximity to Faneuil Hall, the Fleet Center and the Financial District, visitors will not need to go far to discover the city's top attractions. This modern, seven-floor hotel has excellent amenities for leisure and business travelers. Relax in their indoor pool and whirlpool, dine at the restaurants on premises, or stroll around the corner to the North End for a delicious meal.

This gargantuan hotel is just a stroll away from delightful shopping options at the Copley Place and the Prudential Center. A prime location close to Newbury Street, the South End and the Charles River makes it ideal for leisure as well as business travelers. The guestrooms and suites, done up in beige and mahogany furnishings, are spacious and well-equipped with all comforts. Relish seafood specialties at Turner Fisheries located on site. OSushi offers an excellent choice of sushi creations while The Huntington Boston offers hearty breakfasts and brunch. A gym with an indoor pool and a business center make conferences and business trips enjoyable and comfortable.

Hilton Boston Back Bay is a short distance from the Hynes Convention Center and is very popular among business travelers. Its Back Bay location, close to attractions, great restaurants and fine shopping, makes it a favorite among tourists as well. Guests can select from 390 elegant rooms equipped with modern facilities like internet access, whirlpool, fitness suite, business center and their in-house restaurant.

The architecture at Boston Park Plaza Hotel & Towers is a mixture of Victorian and Georgian styles; its 15-story structure being a designated Historic Hotel of America. Arriving guests step into a grand lobby typical of an older generation of American hotels. Select from 1053 luxurious rooms and suites equipped with modern facilities like WiFi, television, room service, business center and fitness club. To make your stay a memorable one, dine at one of several top restaurants located on site.

This European-style boutique hotel has a reputation for excellent service since it was built in 1891. As its name suggests, it is located in Copley Square, a hub of activity in Boston's Back Bay. Its great location is adjacent to the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church and the fashionable Newbury Street. Rooms have elegant furnishings and are equipped with WiFi access, on-site dining and Business Center Services. This hotel is owned by the Saunders family of Boston, who also own the Lenox Hotel.

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