The city of Boston has something special for everyone. Whether it’s history, art, or anything in between that interests you, there are endless options to explore. When visiting one of the oldest cities in the U.S., don’t forget to treat yourself to a staycation at one of the posh hotels below.
Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston
Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston is located in the heart of the Back Bay neighborhood, steps from Symphony Hall, Newbury Street, Copley Plaza, Fenway Park and so much more. The city’s third tallest building features 215 hotel rooms and suites all with floor-to-ceiling windows, global dining sensation Zuma, the entire floor dedicated to wellness that features the Spa with five treatment rooms and a couple’s suite, a fitness center with state-of-the-art Precor equipment chosen by celebrity trainer and Four Seasons Global Fitness Advisor Harley Pasternak, and a salon offering hair, nail and makeup services.
Mandarin Oriental, Boston
Located on Boylston Street, one of Boston’s most desirable addresses, Mandarin Oriental, Boston holds both the AAA Five Diamond and the Forbes Five-Star awards. The hotel features 148 of the city’s most spacious guestrooms and suites, outstanding meeting and event facilities and legendary personalized service. Hotel amenities include Massachusetts’ only holistic Five-Star awarded spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center, signature restaurant Bar Boulud, a French-inspired bistro and wine bar from internationally acclaimed chef Daniel Boulud, and Ramsay’s Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay.
XV Beacon Hotel
Beacon Hill neighborhood’s 63-room XV Beacon Hotel is located in a turn-of-the-century landmark Beaux-Arts building that features a grand marble staircase, mahogany paneling, and an original caged-glass elevator. Each room is custom-designed and curated with fine art commissioned specifically for the hotel. For an exceptional hotel dining experience, Mooo…. offers a contemporary and regional take on the classic steakhouse menu.
The Lenox Hotel
The Lenox Hotel is a landmark hotel in Copley Square. It features Boston’s first privately owned, curb-side, GE Electric Vehicle Charging Station, low-flow toilets, showerheads and aerators in all rooms. All 214 guest rooms and spacious suites offer the urban-chic perks like high ceilings, crystal chandeliers, wood-burning fireplaces in many of the rooms and eco-friendly bath amenities. One of the best hotels in the city is also home to three onsite dining options: one of Back Bay’s favorite neighborhood eateries City Table; Sólás and City Bar. Guests can dine from the comfort of their own room with 24-hour room service.
Boston Harbor Hotel
Located a mile from the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center and less than a mile from The Freedom Trail historic path, Boston Harbor Hotel is home to chic rooms with plush furnishings and city or harbor views. The hotel’s guests enjoy access to a spa, a fitness center, and an indoor pool. There’s a sophisticated New American restaurant, a seafood eatery with a seasonal terrace, and a cocktail bar with harbor views. Meeting and event amenities include a ballroom and a 24-hour business center.