Bostonian Hotel sits alongside Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, making it the ideal Financial District location for work and play. Easy access to many eating, drinking and sightseeing venues adds a little down time to your work trip. Recently renovated, guestrooms are stylish and allow space to unwind after a busy day. The lobby is an inviting place to unwind after your busy day out and about. Enjoy the gas burning fireplace, artwork and reading area. Although you'll feel a world away, you're a short distance from the Boston Convention Center, Cruise port and many attractions. A healthy walk or quick cab ride is all it takes to deposit you at your hotel.
Seated on Boston's HarborWallk, next to the New England Aquarium, and across from the Financial District, is the Marriott Long Wharf. 397 guest rooms and 15 suites come complete with 37" flat screen TVs, wireless high speed Internet and MP3 technology as well as complimentary safes, refrigerators and coffee makers. Top it off with 300 thread count sheets and you can easily rest your head in one of these recently updated hotel rooms and find your to the Boston Convention Center, just a mile and a half away. Walk the HarborWalk to get your exercise or take a short cab ride.
If you want old world charm in the heart of Downtown, then the Omni Parker House is for you! Walking in is like taking a step back in time as the stunningly appointed lobby welcomes guests to check their worries at the door. Take advantage of its Freedom Trail location (a short walk to Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, the Theater District and Beacon Hill) and create your own walking tour, hand in hand of course. Then head back to your room, complete with richly hued linens and large comfortable beds, for the night. A stay at the Omni Parker House comes complete with bragging rights, as it is the oldest hotel in continual operation in America. Omni Parker house still offers luxury accommodations, but has added modern amenities.
Opened in 2009, in one of Boston's most special buildings, the city's first skyscraper, is Ames. Ames is a blend of historical charm and modern luxury. Guestrooms are welcome respites from the daily grind (whether it be sightseeing or business). The feel of this modern tavern puts out fresh plates of local food that is sure to please your palate. But, best of all is its Financial District location, making the Ames a few simple steps away from all you want to do, including catch an event at the TD Garden. Specials make the Ames even more attractive as they often toss in extras in collaboration with area businesses.
The Beacon Hill Hotel is known just as much for its Bistro as it is for providing excellent stays. The Beacon Hill Hotel combines modern convenience with historical character in each of its 12 guest rooms. The intimate size of this hotel give sit the feel of a bed and breakfast with the amenities of a hotel. Enjoy the elegant touches from the past like the plantation shutters, and pedestal sinks as much as you enjoy the modern convinces like the flat-panel TV's, and complimentary high-speed wireless internet access. But most of all enjoy the windows that open so you can enjoy fresh air in your room while listening to the city come to life outside your doors. Catch a glimpse of the cobblestone streets and town homes that add charm and character to the neighborhood directly from your room, and feel part of the city you're visiting. When you want to lounge around outside of your room retreat to the roof deck or the common area on the second floor.
Charlestown, MA is just over the bridge form Boston's North End and the Marriott Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf sits at the gateway to Charlestown. Rates begin under $200/night and last minute specials are often found on their website. A bargain in Boston for a quality spot to stay and within walking distance to top Boston attractions like the Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill Monument, the North End, TD Garden and USS Constitution. Guest rooms are well appointed, clean and comfortable and the service is just as one would expect from a Marriott property. Enjoy free hot breakfast daily, and wireless internet service as well as excellent view of Boston and the waterfront from your room.
The former Charles Street Jail is the place to stay for those looking to enjoy the best of Boston's nightlife, but also if a downtown location is in order. The Liberty Hotel has one of the coolest bar scenes in the city. With five options for dining and drinking the Liberty Hotel offers guests the opportunity to stay put while still exploring (check out Scampo and don't be surprised if you rub elbows with a star; I ate next to Larry David last year). The Beacon Hill location allows easy access to Boston attractions. Many rooms at the Liberty Hotel offer guests stunning views of the Charles River, and the service here is top notch.
A stunning waterfront stay awaits you at the fairmont Battery Wharf where the North End location lets you easily explore all that Boston has to offer. Enjoy the luxurious guest rooms with spectacular views from one of the 150 available for your enjoyment. With decor chosen to maximize space you're in fro an indulgent experience. Try to make time for a treatment at Exhale, their on-site spa and unwind. Those seeking an even more exclusive level of service can make a reservation in the private Fairmont Gold building. In this exclusive 'hotel within a hotel, you'll find yourself pampered to the max and leaving fully refreshed from doing nothing more than enjoying yourself.
A unique boutique hotel, the Boxer makes its home in the famous flatiron building. Complete with architectural details you won't find anywhere else in Boston, like the triangular shape of the structure that gives various rooms quite a different design, you'll be transported back in time to a world where the difference is in those details. Enjoy touches from the past like antique room keys you'll long to hold that hang as part of the decor behind the front desk and a map of Boston dating back to 1860 in the lobby. Rooms are decked out with modern amenities and decorated in a style that invites you to feel at home. Simple yet tasteful, the industrial chic rooms are decked out in hues like slate blue and gray, with accent pieces like fishermen's knit throws, and accordion lamps. You may feel more like you're staying in the apartment of a male friend than a hotel room.
The Onyx Hotel is a boutique retreat in the West End. Steps away from the TD Garden you'll find yourself in the swanky lobby of this four star retreat. Within walking distance to many area attractions, including Faneuil Hall, the Freedom Trail, and the North End, the Onyx hotel offers guests top notch service, and amenities you'll adore. With 112 guest rooms and suites you can enjoy the urban chic stylings that include fine linens, and Bigelow bath products. Those looking to explore without walking can borrow one of the bikes for guest use and take a ride around the city, utilizing the constantly growing system of bike lanes that make biking in Boston easier.