This four-story brownstone was built in 1882 and provides you with all of the modern amenities in gracious 19th-century style. The charming hotel is on upscale Newbury Street, which is surrounded by some of the best shopping, restaurants, cafes and sightseeing attractions. It is also within walking distance to the Hynes Convention Center, Copley Place and the Boston Common and is a short subway ride to the Financial District.
This affordable bed and breakfast place, located in historic Back Bay in Boston, is worth a visit. You will be at a stone's throw away from the Charles River, a short walk from upscale Newbury Street, Hynes Convention Center and many other sights and attractions. Reside nightly, weekly, or even monthly in this restored Brownstone home. Public transportation and several fine dining options make this place a convenient location.
This gargantuan hotel is just a stroll away from delightful shopping options at the Copley Place and the Prudential Center. A prime location close to Newbury Street, the South End and the Charles River makes it ideal for leisure as well as business travelers. The guestrooms and suites, done up in beige and mahogany furnishings, are spacious and well-equipped with all comforts. Relish seafood specialties at Turner Fisheries located on site. OSushi offers an excellent choice of sushi creations while The Huntington Boston offers hearty breakfasts and brunch. A gym with an indoor pool and a business center make conferences and business trips enjoyable and comfortable.
This hotel, one of Boston's largest, has four restaurants, a health club, an indoor pool and a host of amenities for business and leisure travelers. The Back Bay locale gives you proximity to many attractions, including Boston Common, the Public Garden and upscale Newbury Street. Check out the Web site for details on weekend specials.
This European-style boutique hotel has a reputation for excellent service since it was built in 1891. As its name suggests, it is located in Copley Square, a hub of activity in Boston's Back Bay. Its great location is adjacent to the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church and the fashionable Newbury Street. Rooms have elegant furnishings and are equipped with WiFi access, on-site dining and Business Center Services. This hotel is owned by the Saunders family of Boston, who also own the Lenox Hotel.
This classic hotel celebrated its centennial with an extensive renovation. Built in 1900 of red and white terra cotta bricks, this hotel boasts a stylish interior that includes fireplaces in many rooms. Featuring brass chandeliers, crystal lamps and rich wood furniture, the hotel is named after the family of the wife of King George III of England, and is owned by the Saunders family of Boston, who also own the Copley Square Hotel. For your dining pleasure, house restaurant City Table and watering hole City Bar are located on the premises. Check website for bookings and more.
Hilton Boston Back Bay is a short distance from the Hynes Convention Center and is very popular among business travelers. Its Back Bay location, close to attractions, great restaurants and fine shopping, makes it a favorite among tourists as well. Guests can select from 390 elegant rooms equipped with modern facilities like internet access, whirlpool, fitness suite, business center and their in-house restaurant.
Bauhaus style abounds at this Back Bay hotel, which has large modern rooms and marble bathrooms with pedestal sinks. The Colonnade is within walking distance of the South End, Copley Place and Prudential Center. Head to Newbury Street for fine dining options or go downstairs to popular Brasserie Jo, adjacent to the hotel lobby. Go for a refreshing dip at the stunning rooftop pool after a hectic day of sightseeing or business. Function rooms in varying configurations are capable of accommodating most kinds of business meetings and conferences. Check website for more.
Although usually an inexpensive choice in most cities, this Howard Johnson has slightly higher rates due to its proximity to Fenway Park, but the prices are still moderate and will not be heavy on your pocket. This location may be a dream for baseball fans, but others may be put off by the traffic nightmares and crowds on game days. Howard Johnson Inn Fenway Park Boston is also close to Back Bay, the Back Bay Fens and nightclubs.
Established in 1925, The Eliot Hotel is a beautiful European styled hotel in Back Bay. Elegant rooms beckon you with their lush furnishings that are completely soundproofed. Choose to dine in either of their acclaimed restaurants Clio specializing in contemporary French food and Uni in fusion Japanese cuisine. With services like babysitting, pet care, a business center, 24 hour room service and more, you will feel pampered in The Eliot's luxurious settings. The exceptional location is near Fenway Park , Charles River, the Boston Common and Newbury Street.
The hotel has taken care to house all the needs
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Conveniently located, the Sheraton Boston Hotel is one of the
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