Boston is nicknamed The Walking City, so we have no doubt that your furry companions will love to explore this historic city on paw as much as you will on foot. Wander the grounds of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s famous Old Manse or explore Christopher Columbus Park, a waterfront park that runs the length of Atlantic Avenue. Thanks to the many pet-friendly hotels in Boston, you’re sure to find the best hotel in Boston to suit both you and your traveling companion. Also, we’re sure Fido won't begrudge you a little shopping at the upscale Heritage on the Garden shopping district, so feel free to splurge a little.
Best Rooms: The best city views are found from rooms ending in *24 or *26, on floors 11 - 14 (e.g. 1124, 12124, 1426).
Best Rooms: To enjoy a great view of the Christian Science Plaza, be sure to request a room on the ground floor, facing Huntington Ave.
Best Rooms: The hotel doesn't offer much in the way of views, but a room facing Merrimac St. will give you more to look at.
Best Rooms: The backside of the building faces the harbor and has the best view, while the front side of the building has a view of the city skyline.
Best Rooms: All rooms on the top floor at Chandler Inn Hotel offer a nice view, which is of the surrounding buildings.
Best Rooms: Rooms facing Washington Street on floor 17 and higher have wonderful views of the city skyline and Boston Common.
Best Rooms: The One Bedroom Suites located on the corners, with room numbers ending in *32 (e.g. 1432, 1532) and the Junior Suites ending in *73 (e.g. 1473, 1573), offer the best views of the Castle at Park Plaza and Columbus Avenue. Rooms facing Columbus Avenue offer great city views. The Junior Suites located on the corners offer views of St. James Avenue and the John Hancock Tower, which are spectacular at night.