Boston Harbor Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Boston Harbor Hotel is among the city's most luxurious properties. Many of its rooms, like this Deluxe Room, boast harbor views.

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 The Boston Harbor Hotel is among the city's most luxurious properties. Many of its rooms, like this Deluxe Room, boast harbor views.
The Boston Harbor Hotel is among the city's most luxurious properties. Many of its rooms, like this Deluxe Room, boast harbor views. All guest rooms are on the 8th to 16th floors, so guests are ensured a beautiful view of either the harbor or city (a harbor view costs a bit more). The Hyatt Regency's charming location overlooking the Charles River makes it a great value for those who don't need to be in the thick of things. Some of its higher-level rooms -- such as the River View Balcony Guestroom -- have unbeatable views. From many but not all rooms you can see the Charles River below, the Boston skyline, and boats docked in the harbor. The Fairmont Battery Wharf's spacious, bright rooms have big windows that provide views of either Bunker Hill, Boston Harbor (partial views), the hotel courtyard, or the Coast Guard station that sits on the water. For an unobstructed view of the harbor, you have to upgrade to a Fairmont Deluxe View Room. The Marriott's rooms may be unremarkable, but it has a fantastic location for tourists, near hotspots like the New England Aquarium, the IMAX theather, Faneuil Hall, the famous seafood joint, Legal Seafood, and the launching point of many harbor tours. Its kid-friendly pool and hot tub area is designed to make the most of the location as well, with large windows overlooking the harbor. Though the food at the Oceana restaurant can't quite compete with the world-famous Legal Seafoods across the street, but it does have beautiful views of the harbor. The family-friendly Hotel Marlowe has playful decor and a "discovery" theme. In the Studio Suite, guests can play explorer with the golden telescope directed toward the Charles River. An observation deck at the InterContinental Boston gives guests a bird's-eye view of the city and harbor.
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