One of America’s oldest cities also happens to offer some of the finest accommodations you’ll find anywhere. Indeed, luxury hotels in Boston are a sight to behold as you bask in world-class amenities and elegant surroundings before hitting the town. With no shortage of attractions, from the historic Freedom Trail to the bucolic splendor or Boston Common -- America’s oldest park -- you’ll run around all day confident in the knowledge that you’ll return to one of the best hotels in Boston.
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 only way to guarantee a great view of Boston's Back Bay neighborhood is to book a Back Bay room. There are a few Deluxe rooms with a view of Back Bay, but these must be requested.
5 star hotel
Area: West End
0.79 mi from city center
Best Rooms: For the best view of the city and Charles River, book the Luxury King City View room, which face west.
Best Rooms: If boat-watching is your thing, be sure to book a Water View room.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing Pearl Street on floors 2 - 9 have park views; the higher the floor, the better the view will be.
Best Rooms: The Deluxe Rooms with king beds and city views face Newbury St., while the Premier Rooms with city views face Commonwealth Ave. The Park View Suites and the Luxury Park View Suites are corner rooms and offer spacious rooms with the best views of Public Garden.
Best Rooms: The room numbers ending in *76, *80, *82 and *83 ((i.e. 976, 980, 982) are Park View Rooms with the best views of Boston Common Park. Room numbers ending in *84 are the Luxury Park View Suites with the same great views of Boston Common Park.