Concierge.com's insider take:
A 62-room Beaux Arts beauty high up on Beacon Hill, this place generally gets top billing in the Boston boutique stakes. It's rich on detail, from its black-walled lobby to rooms with open (gas) fires, printer/scanner/fax machines, five-disc CD players with library, Deco-esque four-poster beds, and furniture of dark wood, brushed steel, and leather. Moooa steakhouse, clearlyopened in August 2007 with a modern design, a notable wine cellar, and rare scotches to pair with your six ounces of Kobe-style beef flown in from Gunma Prefecture. Best of allor so it will strike you after a long day of meetings, sightseeing, shopping, or offspring-visitingthe hotel puts its two Lexus LS 460 sedans at the disposal of its guests for their entire stay, gratis (with the Dav El Sedan Service as backup).