From the outside the Charles Hotel does not look like anything special step but inside and become a part of the discreet hub of VIP activity. The Charles Hotel has provided lodging for Presidents, politicians, world renonwned entrepreneurs like Bill Gates, and fashion industry titans like Vera Wang. Yours may not be a household name, but fear not, you'll be just as welcomed as those who are at the Charles Hotel where you can get in on the action at Henrietta's Table where guests, locals and tourists comingle while dining on award winning farm to table fare next to the nation's major power players. Bookworms will be enticed to check in to take advantage of the Hotel Book Club where authors congregate with guests to discuss their current releases. This family friendly Hotel does its best to make even the littlest guest happy offering superior services geared to entertain children.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Charles Hotel offers guests New England charm through understated luxury in the midst of Harvard Square.
The Hotel Commonwealth is a whole lot of luxury near Fenway Park. This award winning hotel hosts Red Sox fans in season and off. Request a Fenway facing room for the best views of the oldest professional ball-field. A stay at the Hotel Commonwealth puts some of Boston's best dining at your doorstep. With Eastern Standard, Island Creek Oyster and the Hawthorne all right there you could never leave the block all the while enjoying local favorites. Children are welcome at Hotel Commonwealth and they go out of their way to make a family stay fun. If your kids are of the four-legged variety, do not fret because Eastern Standard makes your pets as welcome as you are.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: A stay at Hotel Commonwealth, provides guests with luxury in their lovely guest rooms in the middle of Kenmore Square.
A stunning waterfront stay awaits you at the 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 for 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 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.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Battery Wharf Hotel greets you with kindness and takes care of everything; waterfront rooms offer the utmost in luxury and amenities are amazing.
The Taj Hotel is known for its luxurious accommodations. The classic elegance invites guest on a journey to romance of the highest level. Whether checking in for the night or something a bit more long term, you'll find yourself swept away by the service at the Taj. Golden tones surround you, allowing you to relax in your well-appointed rooms, where you can escape the big city and enjoy a bit of quiet with you're with. Rooms overlooking the Public Garden will make you want to open those blinds for a bit and take in the scene below while you are tucked away above it all. Order an in room massage then sink into your marble tub and enjoy the bath bar menu offered at the Taj before heading back to bed.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Taj Hotel is a stunning structure that prides itself on elegance and opulence.
A luxury hotel on the edge of Beacon Hill right by the State House puts XV Beacon in a prime location for your Boston stay. With rates starting in the low $300's per night, you'll be sure to enjoy what you've paid for. Top notch service is the norm at XV Beacon where they pride themselves on providing you with the details that make your stay special. Making its home in a landmark building dating back to 1903 the Beaux Arts building is decorated in a manner that is distinguished and offers guests discreet personalized service. You'll enjoy gas fireplaces in your guest room, great for ambiance, especially on a cool winter's night, as well as courtesy Lexus service to get you around town.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: Fifteen Beacon is a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Boston that offers guests every luxury of large hotels in a smaller setting.
The Mandarin Oriental Hotel offers enough "zen" to relax the most harried guest. Asian influenced decor allows guests to be transported to a place that encompasses calm. The service is unmatched anywhere within the city. Tickets, reservations and even services can easily be booked through their concierge. And for those in need of a something a bit more hands on to erase what ails, head to the hotel's 16,000-square-foot spa and fitness center for a fantastically serene treat; you can even book appointments side by side. Ideal for those who are looking to romance the one they love, as the Mandarin takes all the work out of your life and let's you focus on one another. A reservation at their on-site restaurant and a night cap at the bar (or sent to your room via room service) will nicely round out your stay.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: From the moment you enter the Mandarin Oriental Boston you're every wish will be their command; the staff takes hospitality to another level.
Boston's Four Seasons Hotel has 273 gorgeous guest rooms and 77 suites where you can you and your loved one can escape your day to day and dive under the contemporary covers for some romantic fun. The style of the Four Seasons reflects the influences of the Boston area and intermingles classic furnishings with modern touches to create an oasis unique to the area. Request a room with a park view and take in the Public Garden, Boston Common and even the golden dome of the State House all from behind closed doors. If you choose to take your romance on the road, simply cross the street for a hand in hand stroll through the stunning Public Garden then cozy up on one the couches in the Bristol Lounge while sipping a glass of something great before heading back behind closed doors.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Four Seasons name itself is synonymous with luxury, but the manner in which they treat every guest take any work off your hands.
Boston's Ritz Carlton Hotel is known for its chic romantic accommodations. You'll be in the mood for love, from the moment you enter and see straight into Avery Bar where the fireplace and dim lighting make you want to skip check in and take yourself to one of the cozy nooks to canoodle with the one you love over a cocktail. But once you make your way behind closed door you'll be welcomed by beds decked out in ultra lush, deluxe bedding and a bath complete with a "room for two" marble tub. Add 24 hour in room dining and you can draw the blinds unplug the clock, shut off your cell and order sustenance when needed.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Ritz Carlton is luxurious from the moment you enter the lobby where the individual desk set-up greets guests who are escorted to their rooms.
A stay at the Boston Harbor Hotel comes complete with spectacular views and a central location. Here, relaxation is not an option. The knowledgeable staff and serene surroundings make it impossible do anything other than enjoy. A five star hotel on Boston's Rowes Wharf; it does not get much better than this. The Boston Harbor Hotel is the ideal place to hang your hat while in Boston. Just be sure to leave the hotel, with all this luxury you may have to be forced out the door. And if you make it outside you can take the romance to the streets with a stroll the HarborWalk, evening on a Harbor cruise, or a few laps (hand in hand) around skate on the rink under the dome.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Boston Harbor Hotel's stunning views are luxurious enough, but add their excellent service and high end decor and it is extra luxurious.
A symbol of the city's history since 1912 has allowed this elegant mainstay to be little less than a landmark among locals in the know. Guest rooms were enhanced in a 2012 renovation that brought with it a touch of modern decor. Blues and plum grace each room welcoming guests who like the look of all that is new. book a special package for you and your loved one and enjoy the extras that come with it. Spend your time at the hotel in your room or make your way to their popular restaurant/bar- Oak Long Bar & Kitchen for a drink and food among the fray.
Recommended for Luxury Hotels because: The Fairmont Copley Plaza has remained true to it's past while modernizing creating an old school vibe that caters to guests every need.