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Located on the Freedom Trail, Omni Parker House is one of the oldest continually operating hotel in the Unites States. The current owner, Omni Hotels, has invested millions in renovations to bring this landmark back to its full glory. Custom cherry wood furnishings, chandeliers, and unique heirlooms add to the charm of this historic setting, which also has such modern features as a fully-equipped fitness center. For all your dining needs, the hotel offers Parker's Restaurant, Parker's Bar and the Last Hurrah Bar and Grill; all favorites among guests and locals alike. If you are planning a large event, the Parker House has stunning banquet and meeting rooms that are ideal for weddings and formal receptions.
You are guaranteed excellent service, personalized pampering and a staff that caters to your every whim at this magnificent hotel. Located in Boston's most prestigious neighborhood, this century-old building lies on the crest of Beacon Hill, close to the Boston Common, the State House and the Financial District. Extras such as marble bathrooms with heated towel racks, caviar and champagne-stocked mini-bars and a wine cellar with premium bottles from around the globe are some of the amenities you will find at XV Beacon Hotel.
The Custom House Tower was Boston's first skyscraper and dominated the skyline until developers had the technology to conquer the area's soggy soil. Several years ago, the Marriott chain converted this public landmark into a luxury vacation destination. Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace are a few steps away. You will also be close to the Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, the Boston Common and historic North End. Do not miss the observatory on the 26th floor!
The perfect blend of luxury and convenience, Harborside Inn is reasonably priced and central to Boston's tourist attractions. Step outside and explore the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall and the New England Aquarium. The building is a former warehouse dating back to 1858 and has an eight-story, sky-lit atrium. Each of its charming 116 rooms are designed with exposed-brick walls, handmade furniture and queen size beds. Modern amenities on offer include televisions, free wireless internet, in-room safe and business services.
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!
Courtyard Boston Downtown, housed within a historic building, is an ideal place to reside during your trip to this city. Delicious American breakfasts are served in the hotel's restaurant, Courtyard Cafe. There are several outdoor games like golf, tennis, sailing, kayaking and horseback riding take place around this venue. Most of Boston's top attractions like Quincy Market, the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and the Bayside Expo Center are close by.
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.
The Fairmont Copley Plaza has been a symbol of Boston's rich history and elegance since its opening in 1912. Centrally located in beautiful Back Bay, this luxury hotel is just steps from many popular historic sites, as well as the celebrated boutiques on Newbury Street. Their dedicated staff delivers incomparable hospitality and impeccable service, with attention to detail, ensuring your stay is perfect. With the completion of an extensive renovation of each of the hotel’s 383 well-appointed guestrooms and suites, the restoration of the ballrooms and public spaces, and the addition of a contemporary, rooftop health club, the Fairmont Copley Plaza shines more brightly than ever before.
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.