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The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common

The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Boston Ritz-Carlton is refreshingly intimate with spacious, luxurious standard rooms and access, for a fee, to one of the city's best gyms, with its own spa, salon, and pool. But it doesn't thrill stylewise, service is uneven, and the restaurant is unremarkable.
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.
W Boston

W Boston Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With large, stylish rooms, a happening bar, and a Bliss spa, the sleek, 235-room outpost of the trendy brand offers a striking, modern alternative to Boston's historic hotels and traditional chains. Too bad it lacks a full restaurant and the unique charms of smaller boutique properties.
Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall

Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall Rating: 3.5 Pearls

In the hub of Boston’s Financial District, this hotel is great for business travelers but is also close to many historic and cultural attractions (Faneuil Hall, New England Aquarium, Boston Opera House). Built in 1928, the hotel itself is a bit worn and dated, but has relatively modern looking rooms.
Hyatt Regency Boston

Hyatt Regency Boston Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 498-room Hyatt Regency is in need of an overhaul -- it's outdated, disorganized, and not well maintained. While the location is good, on a quiet street in downtown with the Boston Common and the Financial District each just a block away and it has a big 24-hour fitness center, it's hard to recommend a stay here; just up the street the Omni Parker House does it better.
Millennium Bostonian

Millennium Bostonian Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 25-year-old, 201-room hotel, with its recessed driveway, security-focused doormen, and loungy living-room-like lobby, is a relative oasis across from the tourist-filled Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Large, stylish rooms and a great location for sightseeing make up for underwhelming features.
Hilton Boston Back Bay

Hilton Boston Back Bay Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Across the street from the Hynes Convention Center in Back Bay, this 390-room Hilton features big rooms with comfortable Hilton Serenity beds, a spacious and free business lounge, and a sunlit fitness center with a lap pool and outdoor deck. Sure, it's not as classy as the nearby Westin Copley Place or Sheraton Boston -- but the rates are usually lower.
The Lenox Hotel

The Lenox Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A fixture in Boston since 1900, this 214-room, green-minded Back Bay boutique offers a prime location near Copley Square, two lively bars, and fantastic free amenities -- including Wi-Fi, morning coffee, and a long list of snacks they'll deliver to the room. Even with a cramped fitness center, this hotel is a solid value.


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