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...more
India-based Taj Hotel Group has been snatching up iconic American hotels for a few years nowNew York's Pierre, Campton Place in San Franciscobut its...more
Still known to locals as the "New Ritz" to distinguish it from Boston's original Ritz-Carlton (now the Taj) around the corner, the Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common...more
Five minutes on foot to the financial district, this 190-room Kimpton property is a business hotel—as long as you're in tech stocks or A&R or the...more
Mandarin Oriental sunk $250 million into the opening of this Back Bay hotel in late 2008. Part of the building is taken up by 50 very expensive condos, home to...more
Once home to Boston's most feared and reviled citizens, this remarkable granite structure on the Charles River is now populated by executives and trendsetters....more
Sitting on perhaps the most coveted piece of the city's real estate, the Four Seasons Boston overlooks the Public Garden and is within walking distance of...more
One of Boston's oldest hotels, opened in 1900, the Lenox underwent an extensive 2003 restoration that modernized the bar and restaurant while respecting...more
Opened in late 2006, this soaring blue glasssheathed tower is a stone's throw from South Station. Like many modern buildings, it has a contemporary...more
In Back Bay, convenient to Fenway, Symphony Hall, Newbury Street, and especially the Harvard Club, which is next door, the neo-Georgian Eliot is named after...more
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