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Hotel Guide: Best Hotels in Boston
 
 
Boston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA 02110




Many of the hotel's 230 rooms boast some of the most beautiful water views in the city.

Grab an elegant waterside bite at Intrigue, the house's breezy wharf-level cafe, or in the upscale Rowe's Wharf Restaurant, where chef Daniel Bruce whips up a frenzy of special-occasion dishes (and also plays host to the annual Boston Wine Festival). Between shoeshines, trips to the fitness spa and dips in the indoor and outdoor pools, try and squeeze in some time on the yacht you've presumably docked in the hotel's marina facilities. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
 
 
Boston Marriott Copley Plaza
110 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02116



If you equate vacations with shopping, the Boston Marriott at Copley Place will seem like heaven. The 1,147-room hotel is linked to Copley Place and Prudential Shopping Center, home to some great Boston restaurants and prime spots for people-watching.

The hotel offers many forms of post-shopping spree relaxation: a health club with heated pool, massage and body treatment services and a game room (not to mention the six different restaurants to choose from). Rooms provide the extra space of separate study areas and the convenience of two phones, voicemail and a data port for modem access. If these don't suffice, turn to the business center to meet your corporate demands.

With 60,000 square feet of meeting and function space and the largest ballroom in New England, the hotel accommodates most any kind of gathering. The Marriott's much vaunted "T-3 connection" allows 1,000 computers to work online at once without delay--could we be more entrenched in the computer age? Click here to save on your next hotel stay
 
 
Charles Hotel
1 Bennett St
Cambridge, MA 02138-5707



These esteemed Cambridge lodgings are surrounded by some of the area's more notable dining and pampering destinations. Two well-regarded restaurants, the nationally esteemed Rialto and the more humble and homey Henrietta's Table, are housed on the second floor. Regattabar, one of the city's most renowned jazz clubs, and the plush Le Pli day spa are also on the premises. Rooms run about $550 (at peak season); suites can run anywhere from $650-$3,000.

If God is indeed in the details, the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square deserves holy status. Services run the gamut; on top of the amenities de rigeur among top hotels (a beauty shop, spa, fitness center and indoor pool), look for bonuses like quilted down comforters, terry bathrobes, plus bathrooms outfitted with scales and even the occasional TV. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
 
 
Fifteen Beacon
15 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02108-2902



From the moment you walk into the lobby, somber mahogany bookcases, a stainless steel fireplace and a monumental abstract painting provide the combination of dramatic design and intimacy that characterizes XV.

The palette for each of the 61 rooms includes taupe, cream and espresso in some of the furniture and decor, letting individual antique pieces stand out to prove the charm of eclecticism. Nice touches include queen canopy beds with zillion-thread-count linens, three telephones, loaner cell phones, color fax-printer, bathroom TV, ethernet plugs and an in-house florist. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
 

Four Seasons Hotel
200 Boylston St
Boston, MA



Guests at this five-star hotel luxuriate in antiques-filled rooms overlooking the bucolic Public Garden. Details include a 24-hour on-call concierge, twice-daily housekeeping and a courtesy car service. After a day spent shopping at the Copley Place Mall or a morning jog along the Charles River, hit the hotel spa (massages start at $90). Click here to save on your next hotel stay


Eliot Hotel
370 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA



For a dose of European elegance, book a room (as Sigourney Weaver and Christy Turlington have done) at the 95-suite Eliot Hotel. This elegant boutique hotel in Boston's posh Back Bay is housed in a Georgian mansion that dates back to 1925. Each room has a luxurious Italian marble bath. Be sure to visit the nearby Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum or Symphony Hall, home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
  
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton St
Boston, MA 02115-3155



While the rooms are more than adequate, it's what's outside the windows that makes this Hilton worth checking out: spectacular views of Boston and the Charles River from up to 26 stories above ground. Location couldn't be better, just a few strides away from tony Newbury Street shopping and close to Symphony Hall. Despite the activity outside, however, the lobby is quiet and relaxing, with soft couches and carpeting, and an espresso bar that adds a civilizing touch.

All of the 385 guest rooms, suites and minisuites feature TV/VCR, telephone with voicemail and dataport, air conditioning, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, morning newspaper delivery, individual coffeemaker, and minibar. Also on the premises are an indoor pool with sun deck, 24-hour fitness room, and a 24-hour business center with photocopy and fax machines, PCs, printers, office supplies, and meeting rooms. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
  
  
Hotel Marlowe
25 Edwin H. Land Blvd.
Cambridge, MA 02141

Hotel Marlowe is the only luxury hotel in Cambridge that brings together all that makes this city unique: innovation, diversity and culture. Just minutes from the world-renowned campuses of Harvard and MIT, this inviting boutique hotel makes an ideal location for those seeking the historic and modern in one destination.

All of the 236 guestrooms at the Hotel Marlowe, including 8 suites, combine soothing accommodations with a playful mixture of styles. Rich golds, crimson reds and deep blues mix with details like animal print carpeting, plush velvet fabrics, and high-end finishes. Click here to save on your next hotel stay

  
  
Le Meridien Hotel
250 Franklin St
Boston, MA 02110-2807



This luxurious hotel at Post Office Square in the Financial District boasts 425 rooms and suites. Refined power dining and a refreshingly unpretentious staff can be found in both the hotel's restaurant, Julien, and in the more casual (but still upscale) Cafe Fleuri.

The hotel's rooms all contain mini-bars, in-room movies, fax machines and 24-hour room service. The cushy health club has a sky-lit pool, whirpool and sauna. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
  
  
NINE ZERO hotel
90 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02108



Designed with upscale business-travelers in mind, Nine Zero has also accommodated many locals and tourists who've come to soak up a scene as hip as any in New York or London. Centrally located near the Financial and Theater districts, the hotel is steps from most tourist attractions. The ultra chic lobby, outfitted in steel and glass fixtures, is the most stylish in town.

All 190 sleekly designed rooms include personal work areas with cordless speaker phones, printer/copiers and free Internet access; 27-inch TVs and stereo systems with CD libraries; and uber-luxurious touches like satin hangers, custom linens and bath products, and fresh-ground coffee; several rooms have skyline views. For those interested in something less strenuous than the fitness center, personal shopping and driver services are available. Spire, the hotel's attractive restaurant and lounge, has received critical acclaim. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
  
  
The Boston Park Plaza
Hotel & Towers
64 Arlington St
Boston, MA 02116-3912



Opened in 1927, the Park Plaza remains one of the city's most popular hotels, due mostly to its unmatched location and affordable rates. The hotel's thirty-six function rooms assure that the lobby is usually abuzz with guests, businesspeople and the occasional bride and groom. Many area sights, including the Theater District, Boston Common, the Public Gardens and Newbury Street, are within easy walking distance.

The Park Plaza's 950 comfortably appointed rooms and 22 elegant suites cater to both business travelers and tourists. Guests don't have to travel far for food and drink; there are eight bars and restaurants located in or connected to the hotel (guilty parties can burn off the calories in the hotel's fitness center). The lobby's Swan's Court, popular with guests and locals alike, features an enjoyable, affordable afternoon tea service. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
  

The Ritz-Carlton
15 Arlington St.
Boston, MA
Ever since the Ritz-Carlton opened its Beantown location in 1927, Hollywood expats have felt at home here. Names like Bette Davis and Gene Kelly have given way to George Clooney and Dylan McDermott (not to mention various U.S. presidents). Stay in one of the 12 Garden View suites with wood-burning fireplaces for a super-luxe experience ($895). Enjoy a decadent meal at the Ritz's Dining Room, serving French cuisine with international influences (dinner for two averages $200). Click here to save on your next hotel stay