Staying at one of the many boutique hotels in Boston lends your stay in Beantown an air of sophistication and elegance that’s fitting for one of America’s finest cities. In fact, the best hotels in Boston afford easy access to some of the finest restaurants and attractions available. Indulge your inner shopaholic at the Faneuil Hall Market Place; visit the famous Museum of Fine Arts, which has been wowing patrons since it opened its doors in 1876; or simply take a relaxing stroll through the local Public Garden. Whatever you choose, you’ll bask in the glow that comes from staying at the one of the finest boutique hotels in the city.
Best Rooms: Some rooms on higher floors facing Bosworth Street offer fantastic views of Boston Common. The View rooms on floor 18 offer the best views of Boston Common and Copley Square.
Best Rooms: For a city view, request a room facing Massachusetts or Commonwealth Ave.
Best Rooms: You won't find much in the way of views here, as all rooms offer views of neighboring buildings.
Best Rooms: You won't find any special views, because the hotel is surrounded by taller buildings.
Best Rooms: Superior King Rooms and Superior Double/Double Rooms offer lovely city views of the Back Bay Historic District, as long as you're on or above floor 9.
Best Rooms: The *11 (e.g. 311, 411) series rooms have the best views because they look out onto the corner of Huntington Avenue and Exeter Street. The higher the floor, the better the view will be.