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Four Seasons Hotel Boston - Boston - Bedroom
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
8.5 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Home2 Suites by Hilton Boston South Bay - Boston - Restaurant
Home2 Suites by Hilton Boston South Bay
8.4 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Moxy Boston Downtown
8.1 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
The Westin Boston Seaport District
8.3 Very good
South Boston$409+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Seaport Hotel Boston
8.9 Very good
South Boston$356+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill
7.3 Good
West End$307+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
8.7 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Beacon Hill Hotel
7 Good
Beacon Hill$459+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Hotel Aka Boston Common
8 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly

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Boston Omni Parker House Hotel - Boston - Lounge
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel
8.1 Very good
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
InterContinental Boston - Boston - Outdoors view
InterContinental Boston
8.8 Very good
Free Wi-Fi

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The 10 best hotels in Boston

Discover the top hotels in Boston handpicked by local expert J.Q. Louise.
J.Q. Louise
December 6, 2023

Boston is a city of juxtaposition – we have the oldest subway in America, but we also have some of the newest skyscrapers, restaurants, and hotels. As a city filled with history and heritage, Boston is a great choice for a vacation for couples, families, and friends who are looking to both explore a beautiful coastal city and have a lot of fun. From Red Sox games to walks along the Esplanade, a trip to Boston is a blast all year round. But if you aren’t a fan of the cold, you may want to visit in the summer or fall, because it does get chilly here towards the end of the year. Boston is my favorite city in the world and to make your next trip here easier, I have rounded up the best hotels in Boston.


Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston


1 Dalton Street



If you love modern, chic hotels, The Four Seasons One Dalton is one of the top boutique hotels in Boston. Its location at the heart of Back Bay provides easy access to attractions, upscale shopping, and fine dining.
The building is an architectural masterpiece: A glass tower standing tall amongst Boston’s historic brownstones, the Four Seasons One Dalton is one of the most striking buildings in the whole city. Impeccable service is at the core of any Four Seasons experience, and that is no different here.
The hotel boasts an array of world-class facilities, including a state-of-the-art spa, a huge indoor pool, and dining options including the trendy Zuma restaurant and their very own Trifecta bar, which is perfect for a drink before dinner. And the best part is you can dress up as much as you want as the bar is usually filled with lots of chic guests.


The Newbury Boston


1 Newbury Street



The Newbury Hotel is nestled in the Back Bay overlooking the Boston Public Garden, which happens to be the oldest public park in America – and trust me, it is a view worth traveling for. Each meticulously designed guest room and suite exudes sophistication, featuring plush furnishings, modern amenities, and of course stunning city views.
The Newbury Hotel boasts a personalized approach to service, with a dedicated team ensuring every guest’s needs are met. The boutique feel of the service combined with the resources of a bigger hotel make this one of the most unique hotels in Boston.
Be sure to make time for dinner and drinks at the Street Bar on the lobby level or head up to the roof to the always-trendy Contessa.


The Ritz-Carlton Boston


10 Avery Street



With its prime location in the heart of downtown, the Ritz-Carlton Boston is a great choice for travelers who want to earn Bonvoy points and be close to nightlife, theaters, and lots of dining – which makes it one of my personal favorite spots to stay in Boston.
Just steps from pretty much any neighborhood in the city, the Ritz is one of the top-rated hotels in Boston and not only for location. Whether you plan on running around town or cannot decide what you want to do, your days will be convenient when you book a stay here. Indulge at the hotel restaurants, Artisan Bistro, and the Avery Bar. Both offer some great people-watching opportunities and amazing food and drink.


Boston Harbor Hotel


70 Rowes Wharf



For guests that are looking for luxury hotels in Boston outside of the big brands, check out the Boston Harbor Hotel. No stranger to opulence, the Boston Harbor Hotel boasts the city’s most expensive Presidential Suite, and the property is something of an insider’s secret.
Located right on the waterfront, this is one of the best hotels to stay in Boston with stunning views of the harbor, and in the summertime, you can enjoy watching the boats and ferry zip across the water (something I love doing!).
Speaking of the summertime, be sure to take full advantage of the amazing patio restaurant, the Rowes Wharf Bar, for some tasty seafood, pasta, and perhaps even a few cocktails on a summer Friday.


The Langham, Boston


250 Franklin Street



The Langham, Boston is one of the most luxurious fancy hotels in Boston. Located in the Financial District, this is an excellent choice if you are coming to Boston for business.
However, if you are visiting for pleasure, I find it a smart choice because it is just minutes from the famous North End neighborhood, which is filled with Italian restaurants, as well as the trendy Seaport neighborhood – which has some of the city’s best shopping and nightlife.
No matter why you are visiting, The Langham, Boston is one of your best bets. Also, the hotel just went through a complete renovation, so everything is top notch – the rooms, restaurants, meeting room, spa, and more are all truly 5 stars.


The Eliot Hotel


370 Commonwealth Avenue



Established in 1925, this iconic hotel has stood the test of time and has become one of the stylish boutique hotels in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Originally designed as an apartment building, it was later converted into a hotel and has since been a favorite among travelers seeking a blend of classic elegance and modern comfort.
The hotel’s commitment to preserving its historic character while providing contemporary amenities for guests is its trademark and one of the reasons I consider it a must-visit. Therefore, if you love the kind of townhouse-style hotels you normally find in London, this is for you.
There is no other hotel like it in Boston, so the Eliot is special in that regard. It is an all-suite hotel and each one is classically designed and very traditional. Also, the hotel is home to one of Boston’s best restaurants, Uni.