This classic hotel celebrated its centennial with an extensive renovation. Built in 1900 of red and white terra cotta bricks, this hotel boasts a stylish interior that includes fireplaces in many rooms. Featuring brass chandeliers, crystal lamps and rich wood furniture, the hotel is named after the family of the wife of King George III of England, and is owned by the Saunders family of Boston, who also own the Copley Square Hotel. For your dining pleasure, house restaurant City Table and watering hole City Bar are located on the premises. Check website for bookings and more.
The Custom House Tower was one of Boston's first skyscrapers. Converted into a luxury destination by Marriott, this public landmark today serves as a hotel which promises a relaxing and restful stay. The rooms are equipped with all the convenient amenities and features, ensuring that time spent here is comfortable and rejuvenating. Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace are a few steps away. You will also be close to the Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, Boston Common and the historic North End. Do not miss the observatory on the 26th floor which allows guests to bask in the view of the surrounding vistas.
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.
Set in a conveniently located spot in Boston, Hotel Commonwealth is a place that spells grandeur, elegance and majesty. This luxury hotel makes sure that all its customers have a comfortable and happy stay. All rooms have been designed with large writing desks, heavy drapes and over-sized chairs and beds. The hotel also has a conference room for business purposes, and a fitness club to help you keep your calories in control as you binge on the goodies at Island Creek Oyster Bar, the hotel's restaurant. Whether you are in Boston for business or leisure, Commonwealth is your best choice.
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!
With rooms designed by award-winning interior designer Celeste Cooper and named after the patron saint of travelers, The Inn at St. Botolph is an obvious choice for world class luxury accommodations in South End. Each room here comes alive with a character of its own, reflecting the philosophy of Cooper. Four poster beds, airy rooms, luxurious sofas and kitchen counters ensure that guests feel at home here. There is a modern fitness center for the health-conscious and a fully functional business for business clients. Cribs are also available for children.
The Charles is a stunning hotel in Harvard Square. Built in 1985, this hotel is a mixture of New England tradition and modernity, exemplified by the down quilts on the beds and Bose Wave speakers in every room. Get ready to be pampered not only by the luxurious surroundings, spa treatments and gym but also the warm hospitality that makes you comfortable immediately. Dine at two award winning restaurants on the property: Henrietta's Table and Rialto. For a memorable stay, visit the Charles at least once, you will love it.
Originally built in 1894, this historic Victorian-style boutique hotel is situated adjacent to the MIT Campus in Cambridge, and features a unique and cozy atmosphere, complete with many modern conveniences. Just outside the Kendall's front doors is the area's fantastic public transportation system. This location allows guests to easily access all the areas of the city, including downtown Boston and Harvard University, both only a short distance away. After a restful night of sleep in individually decorated rooms, guests at the Kendall Hotel can start the morning with a variety of breakfast buffet items, or work out at a nearby fitness center with complimentary access. A wine hour is hosted each night in the Rooftop Retreat.
The prices may be steep, but the Hyatt Regency Cambridge includes stunning views of the scenic Charles River and Boston skyline. It is also conveniently close to MIT and Harvard University. From the elegant lobby, you can take the glass elevators to the Spinnaker Italia Restaurant, a revolving restaurant. A sports bar and cafe are two other dining options. An indoor pool, gym, gift shop and free shuttles to area car rental dealers are added bonuses.
Offering a breathtaking view of the Charles River, this hotel stands secluded from the busier areas of Cambridge. Guest rooms feature a modern design and are done up in elegant furnishings. Gorge on delectable Italian delights at Restaurant Dante or admire stellar artwork as you savor American specialties at the Artbar. The hotel is a short drive to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Museum of Science. Business guests will appreciate the stellar meeting facilities and professional services. The on site spa has a rich array of treatments and rituals to pamper you. Check website for bookings and more.