Unlike the Marlon Brando movie of yesteryear, this hotel is not in a hostile setting. Since it's close to the financial district as well as downtown Boston, this hotel is preferred by locals as well as visiting businessmen. The premises are completely smoke-free so that explains the absence of ashtrays in the lobby. It's less than 3 miles away from Logan International Airport. The facilities here are top-notch.
Two miles from the downtown area and adjacent to one of Boston's popular convention and exposition centers, this hotel is perfect for those visiting for special conferences and business meetings. This hotel makes it their philosophy to treat all guests with excellent service. The hotel keeps the business traveler in mind with many convenient amenities on premises.
Adjacent to the World Trade Center, this luxury hotel offers splendid views from its waterfront location. This full service hotel is smoke-free and technologically prepared for business convenience. You will find menus for international tastes, currency exchange and international newspapers and magazines. Located in the still-developing South Boston Waterfront District, construction cranes dot the mostly-barren landscape nearby, but downtown Boston is a short drive away.
A huge rotunda over a beautiful archway marks Boston Harbor Hotel a modern complex of offices, condominiums, award-winning restaurants and a luxury hotel. Located on Rowes Wharf, the hotel is near Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the financial district and the New England Aquarium. From the wharf, you can charter a fishing yacht, take a water shuttle to the airport or go on a whale watch.
Constructed in 1853, Taylor House's recent renovations have not done away with any of its Victorian charm. This Bed and Breakfast evokes rural New England, with its extensive gardens, attentive innkeepers, and resident Golden Retrievers. The very reasonable rates put the guest steps away from beautiful Jamaica Pond, a short walk from the T's orange line, and a couple blocks to Jamaica Plain's charming main thoroughfare, Centre Street. The continental breakfast included in the nightly rate boasts homemade baked goods whipped up by the innkeepers. The rooms include all the modern amenities as well as 19th century sleigh beds and decorative architectural touches. - Anais Wheeler
Set in a conveniently located spot in Boston, Hotel Commonwealth is a place that spells grandeur, elegance and majesty. This luxury hotel makes sure that all its customers have a comfortable and happy stay. All rooms have been designed with large writing desks, heavy drapes and over-sized chairs and beds. The hotel also has a conference room for business purposes, and a fitness club to help you keep your calories in control as you binge on the goodies at Great Bay, the hotel's restaurant. Whether you are in Boston for business or leisure, Commonwealth is your best choice.
This B&B in a brownstone has eight suites equipped with just enough amenities to keep you happy. For those who need clean and comfortable sleeping quarters in a pleasant atmosphere, this house has what you need. Each room has queen-sized beds with private bathrooms and fireplaces. The rooms also feature high-speed internet. You are close to the Kenmore Square area and Boston University. The Charles River and Back Bay neighborhood are also near.
This venerable hotel is an excellent choice for upscale accommodations in Cambridge, and conveniently located near Harvard Square. The subway, restaurants, shopping and historic sites are all within walking distance. Charming canopy beds, antique furniture and refined style make this hotel a classic. Open since 1927, it is best known for the ballroom where John F. Kennedy, Jr. began his Congressional campaign.
By Boston-area standards, this hotel is almost new. But the nine-story brick structure near Harvard Square has quickly established itself as a popular luxury accommodation option. Built in 1985, this hotel is a mixture of New England tradition and modernity, exemplified by the down quilts on the beds and Bose Wave radios in every room. Dine at two award winning restaurants on the property: Henrietta's Table and Rialto.
The Georgian edifice of this hotel blends nicely with the surroundings of America's oldest university. Although built and owned by Harvard, the modern and well-appointed rooms are open to the public. University-related guests are plentiful, but business travelers have found this to be a comfortable yet elegant alternative to some of the more expensive hotels in the area.
By Boston area standards, this hotel is almost new. But
the nine story brick structure near Harvard Square has quickly established itself as a popular luxury accommodation option. Built in 1985, this hotel is a mixture of New England ...
Le Méridien Cambridge features contemporary architecture with high tech decor.
Moving sculptures decorate the lobby while the elevators, with their neon blue lights, showcase exposed circuitry. The contemporary theme continues in the rooms, the furniture has circuit board details ...
This venerable hotel is an excellent choice for upscale accommodations
in Cambridge, and conveniently located near Harvard Square. The subway, restaurants, shopping and historic sites are all within walking distance. Charming canopy beds, antique furniture and refined style make ...