Hotels in Boston

Boston’s hotel game has been mightily improved since the British first stopped by a few centuries ago. Today you can overnight in a repurposed police... Read More

Boston’s hotel game has been mightily improved since the British first stopped by a few centuries ago. Today you can overnight in a repurposed police headquarters, sleep in a converted prison (don’t worry: the linens have been changed), and succumb to the charms of a twee bed and breakfast. If you’re wondering where to stay in Boston, you’ve got options.

Boston hotels are widely varied to accommodate travelers. Some of the best hotels in Boston are luxury properties, like the Revere Hotel (named for Boston’s most famous midnight rider) and the Hotel Commonwealth offer premier locations and 5 star amenities, but you can find an intimate experience without sacrificing comfort at several small bed and breakfasts, like the cozy, four-room Encore B&B, which is located in the South End neighborhood and within walking distance of Copley Square and Back Bay.

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  • Boston Park Plaza

    Built in 1927, the Park Plaza was once the grande dame of Boston’s hotels, and it has played host to every president since Warren G. Harding. A recent... Read More

  • Colonnade Hotel

    The views are some of the main highlights at the Colonnade, as each room has floor-to-ceiling windows that (wait for it) actually open. Shocking indeed,... Read More

  • Eliot Hotel

    To look out over Boston’s Commonwealth Avenue Mall with its leafy trees and august statues is one of the main charms at the Eliot. In your room, you’ll... Read More

  • Encore B&B

    The guest rooms in this 19th-century South End townhouse are named after Broadway luminaries (Sondheim, Bernstein, and others) and decorated accordingly... Read More

  • Fairmont Copley Plaza

    Opened in the Back Bay in 1912, the Fairmont Copley Plaza is a seven-story Beaux-Arts building—complete with a spacious lobby decorated with Italian... Read More

  • Hotel Commonwealth

    Located in the heart of Kenmore Square, the Hotel Commonwealth is close to Fenway, Boston University, and other Hub favorites. You’d do well to take... Read More

  • InterContinental Boston

    With its curved glass exterior, the sweeping design of the InterContinental is meant to subtly evoke the clipper ships that used to ply their trade... Read More

  • Mandarin Oriental Boston

    The Mandarin's marble-and-limestone exterior provides cool cover for the warmth of its interior space, which brings together elaborate flower... Read More

  • Revere Boston

    Keeping it local is what the Revere does best. The hotel worked with fashion students at the Massachusetts College of Art & Design to craft the... Read More

  • Seaport Boston

    As if stunning views of Boston Harbor and the entire Seaport area were not enough, Seaport Boston offers a few other high notes. Kids can partake in the... Read More

  • The Envoy

    Offering a bit of modern elegance (oh, look at all that glass) combined with nods to proper New England tradition, the Envoy is the Innovation District... Read More

  • The Langham Boston

    The signature red awnings on the outside of the Langham are a distinct touch on this building that once housed the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. A... Read More

  • XV Beacon

    Stepping inside XV Beacon, one is struck by the sheer variety of earth tones that dominate the palette: Deep tans, elegant black lacquer, and shiny... Read More

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