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XV Beacon

Beacon Hill & Boston Common 96 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in a turn-of-the-20th-century beaux-arts building, XV Beacon sets the standard for Boston’s boutique hotels. — Lonely Planet

The blink-and-you’ll-miss-it entrance is perfect for clandestine stays, and goodness knows you’ll never forget the address. — BlackBook

This chic hotel occupies a 1903 Beaux Arts office building. Furnishings mix traditional and contemporary styles. — DK Eyewitness

Ultra-decadent boutique hotel across from the Boston Athenæum, with 61 spectacular rooms complete with marble bathrooms. — Rough Guide

City centre hotel, close to Boston’s key tourist sights in a 1903 building with original 1903 Beaux Art exterior. — The Telegraph

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from $445

The Liberty, A Luxury Collection Hotel

West End & North End 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Once home to Boston's most feared and reviled citizens, this remarkable granite structure on the Charles River is now populated by executives and trendsetters. — Concierge

This adaptive reuse of the former Charles Street jail is the perfect marriage between historic preservation and hyper-modern design. — Fodor's

This "posh" and "very hip" luxury hotel, housed in the renovated Charles Street Jail, offers "top-of-the-line" service and excites guests with the "fantastic concept" of its "unique interior". — Zagat

Occupying a former jail, the 298-room Liberty Hotel is truly unique, with a playful design that incorporates the incarceration theme in fun ways. — Oyster

Housed in an imposing granite building that dates back to 1851... this atmospheric hotel sports a stunning central atrium and several trendy bars and restaurants. — DK Eyewitness

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from $149

Four Seasons Hotel Boston

South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Sitting on perhaps the most coveted piece of the city's real estate, the Four Seasons Boston overlooks the Public Garden and is within walking distance of Newbury Street's couture boutiques. — Concierge

Utter the two words ‘Four Seasons’ and you might as well be uttering a whole paragraph of superlative adjectives to describe one of the finest hotel chains. — Lonely Planet

The tops in city accommodation, with 288 large rooms. The penthouse-level health spa has an indoor pool that seems to float over the Public Garden. $350. — Rough Guide

This top-shelf address continues to prove itself as one of the leaders in Boston, with superlative service and a long list of amenities. — Star Service

This Public Garden–facing spot keeps a surprisingly low profile in Boston—and that's OK by the jeans-clad millionaires and assorted business types who cluster in the glossy lobby. — Fodor's

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from $655

Boston Harbor Hotel

Downtown & Waterfront 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Dramatic public spaces and large rooms are trademarks of this classically elegant hotel. Specify harbor or city view when booking. — DK Eyewitness

Unbeatable views of the harbor and the city bring travellers to this contemporary hotel located in the Financial District. — The Telegraph

Opulent accommodation in an atmosphere of studied corporate elegance, right on the water. — Rough Guide

Guests at the Boston Harbor Hotel are demanding -- and satisfied -- business and leisure travelers drawn to its luxurious accommodations, top-notch service, abundant amenities, and great location. — Frommer's

With impeccable service, some of the biggest guest rooms in Boston, and a phenomenal gym, spa, and lap pool, the 230-room Boston Harbor Hotel is among the city's most luxurious hotels. — Oyster

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from $442

Mandarin Oriental, Boston

Back Bay 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"The finest hotel in the city today," it debuted in 2008. The modern limestone-and-marble property is "in the midst of everything," next to the Prudential Center. — Condé Nast Traveler

Sophisticated hotel on the edge of the Prudential Center complex in the stylish Back Bay, just two blocks from Newbury Street boutiques. — Andrew Harper

Mandarin Oriental's first New England property courts both devoted shoppers and international business travelers with its great location, sublime service, and top-notch amenities. — Frommer's

To stand out in the fashion-forward Back Bay, interior designer Frank Nicholson approached the hotel as if it were a gallery. — Travel + Leisure

Boston is all abuzz with the opening of this glamorous, extremely expensive hotel. — Rough Guide

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from $675

Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Downtown & Waterfront 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Executive-class boutique hotel with 190 polished quarters equipped with wi-fi, CD players, plush linens, and a complimentary morning paper. $260. — Rough Guide

In typical Kimpton-brand style, the "funky factor" is in full effect at this "super-trendy" Downtown spot, "conveniently located" two blocks from Boston Common. — Zagat

The hotel retains its aura of chilled-out chic - 'relax' is etched in brass lettering on the sidewalk outside the entrance as a welcome mantra - and exclusivity. — Time Out

A great staff, dog-friendly policies, and a second-floor cocktail lounge — where you can play a board game while you sip your craft cocktail — complete the picture. — Condé Nast Traveler

This small property packs in a lot of stylish design, mixing traditional red brick and limestone with sleek nickel, chrome, stainless steel and glass to create a vibrant look. — Gayot

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from $229

InterContinental Boston

Downtown & Waterfront 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

InterContinental Boston sits on Boston’s waterfront, just steps from Faneuil Hall and the up-and-coming Seaport District. — Forbes Travel Guide

Palatial, contemporary, and elegant, the InterContinental offers huge, immaculate rooms and an array of decadent amenities... in a scenic harborside location. — Oyster

It is a shining example of commercial efficiency and executive style that puts it at the top of the second tier. — Star Service

The fancy marble bathrooms alone are worth the price of staying in this first-class hotel. — Lonely Planet

Call it the anti-boutique hotel: The 424-room InterContinental, facing both the waterfront and the Rose Kennedy Greenway, consists of two opulent, 22-story towers wrapped in blue glass. — Fodor's

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from $221

The Langham, Boston

West End & North End 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This historic hotel, once the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, has been greeting guests since 1865 with a distinct European flair for elegance and style. — The Telegraph

A former Federal Reserve bank turned luxury hotel in the grey, sterile Financial District, the Langham boasts immaculate, distinctively Bostonian rooms. — Oyster

Straight off the catwalk, this hotel, like its exceptional sibling in New York, looks and feels like a million bucks. — Star Service

The historic Financial District outpost of this global luxury brand offers "beautiful, old-world charm", "gorgeous" (if "small"), elegant rooms with marble bathrooms. — Zagat

Strikes an admirable balance between historic, old-world charm and sleek, modern appointments. — Fodor's

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from $251

Hotel Commonwealth

Kenmore Sq & Fenway 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Largest rooms in Boston, with Fenway views for season ticketholders and their appreciative guests. — BlackBook

Near Fenway Park in the city’s Back Bay neighborhood, the 149-room Hotel Commonwealth resides inside a French Empire-style building. — Travel + Leisure

Old-world charm mixed with modern decor makes this a welcome addition to Boston’s luxury hotel scene, with nice touches like choice linens and L’Occitaine products, as well as the Eastern Standard restaurant. — Rough Guide

Although constructed after the turn of the millennium, this hotel has an old-fashioned feel to it. — Gayot

Guests appreciate the "considerate" and "incredibly accommodating" service at this boutique Fenway/Kenmore property, which offers "lovely" and "large, well-appointed" rooms. — Zagat

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from $233

Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston

Back Bay 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This little sister to New York's Plaza Hotel occupies a prime spot overlooking Copley Square, in the heart of Back Bay. — Time Out

Those who really love pampering should book the Fairmont Gold floor... an ultradeluxe club level offering a dedicated staff, free breakfast and tea-time snacks, and a library. — Fodor's

A red carpet leads guests into the opulent lobby of this 1912 Boston landmark, the sister hotel to New York’s Plaza. — DK Eyewitness

"Old-world elegance" characterizes this "charming" and "stately" circa-1912 grande dame with an "ideal" location in historic Back Bay. — Zagat

Back day’s palatial property has been home base for visiting US presidents and foreign dignitaries since 1912. — Michelin Guide

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from $271

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

Beacon Hill & Boston Common 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This contemporary hotel across the street from Boston Common attracts a wealthy crowd who love the location, not to mention the high-end perks. — The Telegraph

The Boston Ritz-Carlton is refreshingly intimate with spacious, luxurious standard rooms and access, for a fee, to one of the city's best gyms, with its own spa, salon, and pool. — Oyster

This plush, ultramodern hotel is a magnet for visiting celebrities -- the state-of-the-art Sports Club/LA is a powerful draw -- as well as the Ritz-Carlton brand. — Frommer's

Over the top? Sure. But worth every penny. — Forbes Travel Guide

The 193 rooms (43 of these are suites) are done up in cheery hues of apricot, blue, and yellow, with hardwood furniture and flat-screen TVs. — Concierge

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from $645

Colonnade Hotel

Back Bay 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its beige poured-concrete shell, the Colonnade looks weirdly like a parking garage. — Rough Guide

In an "excellent" Back Bay location "within an easy walk of shops and restaurants", this "wonderful", 11-story boutique veteran is headlined by a "cool", "relaxed" seasonal rooftop pool. — Zagat

Celebrities and the people that make things happen for them hustle and bustle in stately lobby. Shiny checked tiles and stunning chandeliers. — BlackBook

This popular Back Bay hotel has more to offer than just its ideal location within walking distance to Copley Square, the Prudential Center and trendy Newbury Street. — Gayot

This hip, Back Bay hotel on Huntington Avenue enjoys an envied location near boutique-filled Newbury Street. — Travel + Leisure

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from $246

Eliot Hotel

Kenmore Sq & Fenway 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a tree-lined avenue in a slightly out-of-the-way spot between Kenmore Square and Back Bay, this hotel sits next to the Harvard Club and one block north of trendy Newbury Street — Star Service

Handsome hotel in a 1925 neo-Georgian brick building with stone accents well-located in Back Bay, steps from Newbury and Boylston streets. — Andrew Harper

Expect "comfort to the max" and a "welcoming", "attentive" crew at this "elegant" and "charming" hotel offering "luxurious", "European-style" guestrooms. — Zagat

This 1925 neo-Georgian Back Bay property is "an absolutely delightful European-style hotel." — Condé Nast Traveler

This Back Bay property was built in 1925, and its Gregorian manor style offers a charming alternative to the many chain hotels that populate the city. — Gayot

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from $275

Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro

Beacon Hill & Boston Common 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just steps from Boston Common, this modern yet historical hotel offers great views of Charles Street and Beacon Hill. — Insight Guides

Only 12 rooms and one suite available, (each one unique) but size gives a personal touch. — BlackBook

Pampered luxury in the heart of Beacon Hill, these thirteen small but sleek chambers occupy a regal mid-1800s brick building. — Rough Guide

Originally built in the mid 1800s, the three-pearl Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro scores high marks for its heritage character and coveted central location. — Oyster

The intimate hotel on Charles Street, housed in two meticulously renovated 19th-century brick town houses, has minimalist-style rooms. — Fodor's

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from $249

Charles Hotel

Cambridge 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ideally located right next to Harvard Square, this nine-story hotel has been welcoming business and leisure travelers since 1985. — Gayot

It used to be that the Charles was the place to stay in Cambridge, and while other luxury hotels have since arrived... this Harvard Square staple is standing strong. — Fodor's

It’s about pedigree and class at the Square’s only luxury hotel. — BlackBook

‘Simple, Stylish, Smart.’ Harvard Sq’s most illustrious hotel lives up to its motto. — Lonely Planet

Charming rooms, two great restaurants and a location two blocks from Harvard Square make the 294-room Charles Hotel a natural choice for those visiting Harvard. — Oyster

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from $254

Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

Cambridge 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The funky decor at this hotel is cosy and plush, with faux leopard print rugs and bright, boutique-y designs in all the rooms. — Rough Guide

A member of the Kimpton family of hotels, this property lives up to the fun, funky reputation Kimpton is known for. — Gayot

With large, playfully furnished rooms, the 236-room Hotel Marlowe is one of Cambridge's most family-friendly hotels. — Oyster

The Marlowe is fun and funky, with a relaxed vibe and generous amenities, such as a free daily wine and beer happy hour. — The Telegraph

Although the hotel feels removed from the main cultural and commercial areas of the city, it's only a short walk and a subway stop to the excellent restaurants and funky nightlife of Central Square. — Time Out

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from $195

Seaport Boston Hotel

Seaport District & South Boston 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With glorious views of the Boston Harbor, this business hotel is up-to-snuff when it comes to high-tech amenities. — Lonely Planet

A luxurious Boston newcomer in the Seaport District, this hotel offers access to the Institute of Contemporary Art and convention centre. — Rough Guide

Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center was one of the first hotels to grace Boston’s Seaport District, and today it is one of the most desirable hotels for visitors wanting prime views. — Forbes Travel Guide

The sophisticated, eco-conscious hotel was designed and built (by Fidelity Investments) to appeal to techno-savvy business travelers. — Frommer's

Just ten minutes from Boston’s Logan Airport and the Financial District, this hotel sits across the street from the World Trade Center, making it an ideal business traveler hotel. — Gayot

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from $206

Kimpton Onyx Hotel

West End & North End 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Funky crash pad and martini lounge just one block from the concerts, hockey and basketball of TD Garden. — Jetsetter

Done up in jewel tones and contemporary furniture, the Onyx exudes warmth and style – two elements that do not always go hand in hand. — Lonely Planet

Sexy, supper-club atmosphere oozes from this eight-year-old contemporary Kimpton Group hotel a block from North Station, making it a favorite of hipsters and hoopsters alike. — Fodor's

A tasteful bolthole in what was a style wasteland by major sports/performance venue TD Garden. It may be short on space, but the Onyx doesn't skimp on style or service. — Time Out

The stark, glass-panelled front of this small luxury hotel belies an opulent interior. — Rough Guide

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from $183

Lenox Hotel

Back Bay 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its relatively small size and accommodating staff make it a welcome alternative to the huge convention hotels that dominate this neighborhood. — Frommer's

Boston’s Back Bay offers unparalleled retail therapy—everything from peek-toe pumps to designer condoms to antique settees. An enthusiastic shopper could easily spend hours sampling the... — Not For Tourists

Opened in 1900 by the same man who owned the New York Waldorf-Astoria, this small luxury hotel offers European charm in a prime Copley Square location. — Gayot

Billed as Boston’s version of the New York’s Waldorf-Astoria when its doors first opened in 1900, the Lenox – after a recent renovation – remains one of the most upscale hotels in the city. — Rough Guide

A good alternative to chain-owned, big-box Back Bay hotels, the family-owned Lenox with top-notch service continues to please a well-groomed clientele. — Fodor's

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from $275

Taj Boston

Back Bay 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A recent extensive restoration left glittering crystal chandeliers and shiny marble in its luxurious wake. — BlackBook

The public spaces are gilded, service is genteel, and the dimly lit, leather-studded bar overlooking the park is still a favorite with Boston Brahmins. — Concierge

Replacing (albeit lovingly) Boston’s historic Ritz-Carlton, Taj Boston is the ultimate in luxurious, old-school Boston accommodation. — Rough Guide

The property became part of the Taj Hotel Group in 2007, but continues to emphasize elegance and excellent service. — DK Eyewitness

Overlooking the Public Garden and Newbury Street, the Taj Boston—better known by locals as the Old Ritz—first opened its doors in 1927. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $179
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