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Best Rooms: The best view is of the Boston Public Garden, which is facing north/west. Facing directly north is a view of the State House.
Best Rooms: The Harbor view, from the back side of the building, offers the best view.
Best Rooms: Views from this hotel are of the city or the water. For the best of both worlds, request a room with a combined city and water view, on floor 10 or higher. Some guest rooms are interior-facing, which means they face towards other rooms in the hotel.
Best Rooms: Most rooms will have standard city views. The east side of the hotel faces the airport and has more of a land view.
Best Rooms: The Harbor Suites may be a bit steeper in price but are surrounded on three sides by views of the Boston Harbor. The Sara Josephina Hale Building has rooms with better views of the harbor, but keep in mind that the rooms in this building are reserved for those who book Fairmont Gold rooms.
Best Rooms: The Skyline Suite has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide incredible views of Boston's cityscape, especially if you're on a higher floor. If you don't feel like shelling out for the Skyline Suite, the Traditional Rooms with city views are a great option.