Where to Stay
Boston is known for its many beautiful neighborhoods showcasing different cultures and attractions throughout the city. Much of the city is filled with historic, landmark buildings, many of which now house hotels and inns. No matter where you stay, you will find more activities than you can fit in, leaving you wanting to return to Boston again.
When visiting Boston, consider staying at one of these elite hotels:
Boston Park Plaza
The Boston Park Plaza opened in 1927 and is one of the oldest hotels in the city. Decorated in an Art Deco style, true to the 1920s, you will feel like you’re staying in a museum. The rooms are spacious, there are bars and restaurants on-site, as well as a full-service fitness studio. The hotel is within walking distance of the Public Gardens, Boston Common, Newbury Street shopping area, and the theatre district.
The Liberty Hotel
This gorgeous hotel was originally built in 1851 as a hail, housing prisoners until 1990. Since then it has been transformed into a luxury hotel, where you certainly won’t feel like a criminal. The spacious suites kept their historic charm but have been updated with the finest features such as king beds, floor-to-ceiling windows, and spa-like bathrooms. Within the hotel you will be treated to six bars and restaurants, jaw-dropping lobby with 90 foot ceiling with overlooking balconies, and an exhibit showcasing the notorious inmates who once lived within its walls including Malcolm X and James Michael Curly. On Saturday nights you may even be treated to fireworks over the Charles River just outside the hotel’s doors.
The Seaport hotel is located on the waterfront of Boston, in the Seaport district. The hotel features an indoor pool, bar and cafe, and 18,000 square feet of event space. Other perks of the hotel are its shuttle service to help you explore the city and amazing views of the Boston Harbor. Must-see attractions nearby include the Institute of Contemporary Art, the World Trade Center, and the Boston Children’s Museum.
The Bostonian Boston
This luxury hotel is home to beautiful rooms complete with fireplaces and juliet baloncies, a spa, a diner, and cigar bar. In a busy area of Boston, you will find plenty of fun things to do, steps from the door along the cobblestone path where Paul Revere’s ride took place. Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall are not to be missed, as well as the city’s Little Italy neighborhood. If you need directions or advice on what to do, ask the Bostonian’s helpful concierge.
The Hotel Commonwealth is one of Boston’s most well-known and positively reviewed hotels. The hotel showcases incredible views of the city, including historic Fenway Park, home of the 2018 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox. Featured in the hotel are three of the city’s top restaurants and bars and an award-winning concierge service.