The Boston Harbor Hotel is located at Rowes Wharf, one of the oldest in the United States. Situated where a battery from the 1600s once stood, this arched structure is at once part of history and part of the regeneration of the Wharf. All around are fine dining restaurants and unique shops, ensuring that your stay in this area of Boston will be an enjoyable and memorable one. Of course, a hotel cannot merely rely on a great location; it must provide the service too, which the Boston Harbor Hotel does in spades.
Built to replace its predecessor, the Langham Grand Hotel, the Langham has continued the tradition of providing a warm welcome and friendly service at all times. It combines this perfectly with the sophistication that one would expect in what used to be the Federal Reserve Bank. As a result, it is a welcome luxurious retreat from the hustle and bustle that inevitably comes with such a central location. The hotel is located right in the heart of Boston’s cultural and economic centre.
The Harborside Inn originated as a shipping warehouse, dating from the mid 19th century. Nowadays this boutique hotel exudes Continental elegance, with a trendy cocktail bar and patio. Its location on Boston Harbour makes it ideal for guests who are here for pleasure, or with work. All of its 98 sumptuous bedrooms are equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, TV, stereo system with DVD and CD player, a choice of films and air conditioning. Meanwhile, as far as the staff are concerned your wish is their command. With all this to offer, look no further than the Harborside Inn when basing yourself in the Waterfront district.
The Lenox Hotel, located in the centre of Boston’s Back Bay district, dates from the beginning of the 20th century. This gives it both a unique sense of history and an old style appreciation of the value of good service. Yet it also knows how to move with the times, as it is justifiably proud of its environmentally friendly status. Just a stone’s throw away are the great shopping opportunities of Newbury Street. You will also be spoiled for choice when it comes to restaurants and sightseeing. The Trinity Church and Museum of Fine Arts are just two of the prime attractions on your doorstep.
Marriott’s Custom House on Boston Harbour is both a famous landmark and a haven for its guests. Experience all that cosmopolitan Boston has to offer, such as vibrant districts and a host of famous attractions, before chilling out over a welcome drink in the Counting Room Lounge. The 26th floor offers magnificent panoramic views of this historic city, with two centuries of stories to tell. Each suite provides a spacious king sized guestroom, separate dining cum sitting room and mini kitchen with fridge and microwave. With all this on offer, you will feel like royalty from the moment you arrive to the point of leaving. The only possible drawback to these excellent facilities and service is that you may find it a challenge to leave.