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Fifteen Beacon

Fifteen Beacon Rating: 5.0 Pearls

A 63-room upscale hotel with exquisite service and sleek decor in the residential Beacon Hill, Fifteen Beacon (or XV Beacon) offers a luxury boutique experience. The building, built in 1903, blends historic New England elegance with modern, minimalist design and high-tech amenities. Rooms are spacious, with stylishly masculine decor, and include gas fireplaces. Expert concierges, free chauffeur services in a Lexus, and the location at the top of Boston Common make this hotel a great fit for discerning business or leisure travelers.

The Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston

The Fairmont Copley Plaza Boston Rating: 4.5 Pearls

Dating back to 1912, the grand, iconic 383-room Fairmont Copley Plaza has the most opulent lobby in the city, the sophisticated OAK Long Bar & Kitchen restaurant, and a central location on Copley Square in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay. The property artfully blends the historical and the contemporary, and all rooms are elegant and stylish. There's also a modern fitness center with city views and ample event space for both meetings and special events. Just know that there are extra fees for Wi-Fi and parking, and the standard rooms are on the small side for a Boston luxury hotel.

Langham Hotel Boston

Langham Hotel Boston Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A former Federal Reserve bank turned luxury hotel in the grey, sterile Financial District, the Langham boasts immaculate, distinctively Bostonian rooms (with flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi), spot-on service, and a stellar spa, but significant street noise keeps it from attaining perfection.

The Eliot Hotel

The Eliot Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Just around the corner from Newbury Street, this French-inspired, 95-unit Back Bay boutique offers mostly spacious, elegant suites with (smallish) marble bathrooms, a well-regarded French restaurant and sashimi bar, free passes to Boston Sports Club, and in-room touch-screens through which guests can make lots of service requests.

Ames, A Morgans Original Hotel

Ames, A Morgans Original Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This high-design property from the hip Morgans Hotel Group exudes sophistication. Period details -- the building, Boston's first skyscraper, dates back to 1889 -- are juxtaposed against sleek David Rockwell design. Rooms are gorgeous, with a black and white motif, comfortable beds, and modern technology. Bathrooms are similarly stylish, with Malin + Goetz toiletries and rain showerheads. The fitness center is small, but well-equipped, and meeting spaces are pleasant. There aren't any other features, but the service is solid and the location near Faneuil Hall and Beacon Hill is great. It's a first-rate choice for business travelers, trendy singles, and couples.

Taj Boston

Taj Boston Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Bought from the Ritz-Carlton in 2007, the Taj Boston holds on to the Ritz' elegant look, but also offers some superb perks, like chenille bathrobes and free rides in the house Jaguar. Given its free business center, well-equipped gym, and ideal location bordering the Public Garden and the swank boutiques along Newbury Street, it's an excellent luxury pick.

Liberty Hotel

Liberty Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Occupying a former jail, the 298-room Liberty Hotel is truly unique, with a playful design that incorporates the incarceration theme in fun ways. The stunning lobby, comfortable rooms and quality on-site restaurants make this hotel a good choice -- but mediocre service and amenities keep it from being a great one.

Residence Inn Boston Downtown Seaport

Residence Inn Boston Downtown Seaport Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This hotel -- despite being part of the often budget-friendly, lower-middle-range Marriott chain of Residence Inns -- is an upscale four-pearl property in the up-and-coming Seaport District in Boston. Super spacious and trendy suites (studio or one-bedroom) include full kitchens, exposed beams, and high windows. Staff will deliver groceries straight to guest's refrigerators (charging for the food, but not the delivery) which is convenient for business travelers and families. There's an on-site fitness center, coin-operated laundry, and a fun bar for cocktails. Breakfast is free, though there isn't a full on-site restaurant. Families may not be comfortable here, as the suites only include one bed. The property is geared towards corporate travelers.

Loews Boston Back Bay

Loews Boston Back Bay Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The upscale, 225-room Loews Boston blends historical touches with modern sophistication. Rooms are clean and chic, with high-tech amenities; they're among the nicest in the neighborhood for the price. The underground restaurant has speakeasy style and an outdoor terrace below street level. The location in the heart of Back Bay puts guests a short walk away from public transportation, tourist sights, and a variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. Just note that some rooms are on the small side, and unlike at other hotels in this category, there are no spa services offered.

Omni Parker House

Omni Parker House Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Steeped in history, stuffed with ghost lore, and teeming with old-world grandeur, the surprisingly affordable Omni Parker House is the place to stay for a taste of Boston's literary and political past. But manage your expectations when it comes to service and rooms.

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What's Your Style?

  • Historic
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Value
  • Boutique
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Locations

  • Back Bay
  • Cambridge
  • Downtown and Waterfront
  • North End and Beacon Hill

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Fairmont
  • Langham Place
  • Loews Hotels & Resorts
  • Marriott
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