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Best Hotels in Boston

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they’re the best in Boston.

Must Meet: The Senior Bellman at Boston’s Lenox Hotel

If you’ve read the October issue of Travel + Leisure, you may have noticed the debut of a new column, "The Scoop," penned by our...

America's Most Beautiful Neighborhoods

Stroll these beautiful neighborhoods for the eye candy, the Americana, and the locals’ perspective on a city.

World's Top Hotels

Check out this year’s ultimate collection of top hotels around the world, as selected by T+L readers.

America's Best Hotels

T+L readers pick their favorite stateside hotels. The common denominator: a reputation for excellence.

America's Best Family Hotels 2011

There’s no need to leave the kids at home, thanks to Travel + Leisure’s list of the best hotels for families in the U.S.

America's Best City Hotels

See the sights and sleep well at one of the best city hotels in America.

25 American Hot Spots

From inventive restaurants to chic hotels, T+L chronicles a burgeoning of homegrown innovations across the heart of the country and beyond.

Boston Uncommon

Cool new hotels are helping the New England city shed its dowdy image, but can it really compete with the international capitals of chic?Peter Jon...

10 Best New Hotels

The most exciting new hotels of the season, from Boston to Botswana.
HOTELS

Mandarin Oriental, Boston

To stand out in the fashion-forward Back Bay, interior designer Frank Nicholson approached the hotel as if it were a gallery. Everything has an artistic touch, from the blond-wood contemporary... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Jasper White's Summer Shack, Back Bay

With kitschy decor that includes lobsters painted on the walls and brown paper tablecoths, Jasper White's Summer Shack attempts to capture the feel of a rustic seaside clamshack in Boston’s... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Hancock Tower

As the tallest building in Boston, the John Hancock Tower is hard to miss. Designed by Henry N. Cobb of IM Pei & Partners (now Pei Cobb Freed & Partners), the 60-story, 790-foot skyscraper is... more ›


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