Friday, February 19, 2010

Best Hotels at Boston

Boston Harbor Hotel
Boston Harbor Hotel
Many of the Boston city’s most costly lodgings have attractively priced weekend packages. Consult the Boston Travel Planner for current rates. Bed and breakfasts can be a less expensive alternative.

Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowe’s Wharf. Everything here is done on a grand scale, starting with the dramatic entrance through an 80 ft. arch way. Guest rooms – with marble bathrooms, fresh flowers and custom made desks – have city or water views.

Eliot Hotel: The luxurious suites at the Eliot have two cable equipped televisions, tasteful pasted hue décor and Italian marble bathrooms. The airy restaurant, Clio, has been garnering rave reviews for its serene ambience and contemporary French-American cuisine. The Eliot is steps for Newbury Street and a short walk to Kenmore Square.

Fairmont Copley Plaza: The public space of this 1912 landmark are grand, with high gilded and painted ceilings, mosaic floors, marble pillars and crystal chandeliers; guest rooms have antique and repro-antique furniture elegant marble bathrooms and fax machines and more than 400 rooms are available for guests.

Four Seasons: The Four Seasons is famed for luxurious personal service of the sort demanded by celebrities and heads of State. It has huge rooms with King size beds and artwork. The restaurant is one of Boston’s best and the Bristol Lounge serves afternoon tea daily.

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