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XV Beacon

Beacon Hill & Boston Common 97 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

Located on the site of the former Bromfield Mansion, XV Beacon embraces both old and new luxury. — Afar Magazine

Nonstop pampering, high-tech appointments, and outrageously luxurious rooms make this Boston's premier boutique hotel. — Frommer's

One of Boston’s first modern design hotels when it opened in Beacon Hill in 1999, the surprisingly homey 63-room XV (call it “Fifteen”) has stylish, bold interiors. — Travel + Leisure

In a former office building near the State House, XV's air of discretion and exclusivity still carries considerable cachet. — Time Out

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Boston Harbor Hotel

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

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

In a superbly central location, the hotel is understated, not fussy, and the lobby's high ceilings and cool marble add an air of classic elegance. — Time Out

Every traditionally decorated, brocade-bedecked room at the Five-Star Boston Harbor Hotel features a skyline or water view, plasma TV and down-to-the-details provisions. — Forbes Travel Guide

"Attention to detail is paramount" at this "classy" property on Rowes Wharf that exudes "waterfront luxury" and offers "breathtaking views of the harbor". — Zagat

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

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from $442

Four Seasons Hotel Boston

South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

This contemporary brick landmark offers a truly prime location: it’s literally across the street from the glittering and meandering walking paths of the Public Garden. — Travel + Leisure

The ultimate luxury hotel. — The Telegraph

When it comes to superlative service, no one does it like the Four Seasons, and the Boston outpost is no exception. — Forbes Travel Guide

Low-key contemporary luxury draws rock stars, authors, corporate businesspeople, and visiting dignitaries. — DK Eyewitness

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from $655

Mandarin Oriental, Boston

Back Bay 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The Mandarin Oriental is located in Back Bay and with its first class service, excellent dining and a stunning spa, it is without a doubt one of Boston’s most luxurious hotels. — The Telegraph

"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

Connected to the Prudential Center, in the heart of Back Bay, the Mandarin Oriental offers some of the city’s largest rooms. — DK Eyewitness

A variety of opulent technology-loaded (flatscreens, wireless internet) room packages, with spacious bathrooms and fine details all the way down to the sheets. — BlackBook

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from $675

InterContinental Boston

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

Seen as a harbinger of the Waterfront’s rejuvenation, the Inter Continental offers deluxe amenities. — Rough Guide

What the InterContinental lacks in front entrance grandeur, it makes up for with a snazzy, Vegas-style glamour. — Time Out

"Lovely" rooms are the "highlight" of this "fabulous upscale hotel", a "beautiful" and "modern" waterfront property offering "picturesque" views and a location that's "close to everything". — Zagat

Sleek sleep on Boston’s waterfront with an indoor pool, a splurge-worthy spa and two buzzy bars. — Jetsetter

Located along the waterfront, InterContinental Boston features two dramatically curved towers of reflective blue glass and sleek polished granite. — Travel + Leisure

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from $221

Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Downtown & Waterfront 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Of the three Kimpton brand hotels in the area, the Nine Zero is probably its most upscale and lively, with its own quirky personality, a retro bar, and plenty of perks, including bikes to borrow. — The Telegraph

This chic boutique hotel appeals to a broad audience, courting business travelers with a complimentary shoe-shine service and ergonomic workspace. — Lonely Planet

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

Five minutes on foot to the financial district, this 190-room Kimpton property is a business hotel—as long as you're in tech stocks or A&R or the creative department. — Concierge

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

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from $229

The Liberty, A Luxury Collection Hotel

West End & North End 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On the Charles River, with gorgeous views from most rooms of the scenic waterway and Cambridge beyond, the Liberty Hotel incorporates the entire block. — Gayot

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

It is with intended irony that the notorious Charles Street Jail has been converted into the luxurious Liberty Hotel. — Lonely Planet

This "unique and charming" Beacon Hill hotel was built incorporating the structure of the nineteenth-century Charles Street Jail. — Condé Nast Traveler

With contemporary interiors by Alexandra Champalimaud, and a restaurant run by Lydia Shire, the Liberty is a good place for a weekend furlough. — Travel + Leisure

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The Langham, Boston

West End & North End 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

British heritage meets Boston elegance in the luxed-up former Federal Reserve Building. — Jetsetter

Those whose taste in interiors is unfussy and minimalist are advised to steer well clear of the Langham: it's is a masterpiece of overstatement. — Time Out

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

Overlooking Norman B. Leventhal Park, the Langham Boston resides in the former Federal Reserve Bank. — Travel + Leisure

The Langham occupies a Renaissance Revival palace which was constructed to house the Federal Reserve Bank. — DK Eyewitness

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from $251

Hotel Commonwealth

Kenmore Sq & Fenway 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Colonial-style sleep opposite Fenway Park, with modern accents, a resto-lounge and a dedicated Baseball Suite. — Jetsetter

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

The 148-room Hotel Commonwealth is one of the most well-rounded boutique hotels in Boston. — Oyster

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

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from $233

Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston

Back Bay 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With an opulent lobby and 383 European-style rooms, many with handsome period furnishings, this palatial 1912 hotel overlooking Copley Square remains la grande dame of Boston hotels. — Insight Guides

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

No hotel marries Boston’s heritage and modern style better than the Fairmont Copley Plaza. The palatial seven-story Fairmont combines elements of French and Venetian Renaissance... — Jetsetter

For all its outward pomp, the spirit of the place thankfully lacks pretension. — Lonely Planet

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

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from $271

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

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

This "beautiful and classy" outpost with a "well-situated" Theater District location boasts "stunning" rooms that feel more "modern" than others in the luxury chain. — Zagat

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

The hotel offers all the luxury associated with the Ritz-Carlton name - although it eschews old-fashioned opulence in favor of more contemporary styling. — Time Out

The Sports Club/LA, the Ritz's mega–fitness center, is the go-to gym for visiting celebs and poptarts, so you might feel a bit more fabulous... simply by hanging out here. — Fodor's

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

Charles Hotel

Cambridge 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Handmade quilts on the beds add a cozy touch to the restrained modern decor. The hotel’s location on the edge of Harvard Square is a plus. — DK Eyewitness

Utterly modern, the purpose-built Charles Hotel nonetheless has an air of relaxed refinement that befits its smart Harvard Square location. — Time Out

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

The hulking 294-room Charles, on the eastern edge of Harvard Square, is the best reason to stay north of the river. — Travel + Leisure

The 294 business-meets-Americana rooms mix Wi-Fi with checkered Shaker quilts, and all were spruced up in 2006. — Concierge

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from $254

Colonnade Hotel

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

This 285-room Back Bay hotel offers spacious standard rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, a fitness center with South End views, and an affordable French brasserie. — Oyster

The spacious and comfortable rooms at the Colonnade have been updated in modern style with rich, soothing colors. — DK Eyewitness

The genteel Colonnade Hotel's renovations are boutique hip, but with a smart, individual edge to the design. — Time Out

Adjacent to Copley Place and the Prudential Center, the independently owned Colonnade caters to an international clientele of businesspeople, sightseers, shoppers, and families. — Frommer's

This independently-owned hotel, located in the Back Bay, attracts leisure and business travellers alike with attractive perks such as a rooftop pool. — The Telegraph

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from $246

Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

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

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

If Alice in Wonderland dreamed up a hotel, it might look a bit like the Marlowe—vivid stripes, swirls, and other geometric patterns lend the decor a wild, lively aesthetic. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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from $195

Eliot Hotel

Kenmore Sq & Fenway 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

West Back Bay’s answer to the Four Seasons, this independent, plush, nine-floor suite hotel has sizable rooms with kitchenettes. — Rough Guide

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

The hotel is distinguished by its world-class restaurant, Clio, and its sashimi bar, Uni, plus its uncommon kid-friendliness. — Concierge

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

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

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

Boutique property in a 19th-century townhouse with a hip on-site restaurant steps from Boston Common. — Jetsetter

The rooms here are small and intimate, but they aren'€™t the major draw. — Gayot

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from $249

Charlesmark Hotel

Back Bay 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This former private residence, built in 1892, has been reincarnated into a modern hotel with luxurious amenities in a small, very attractive package. — Gayot

Constructed in 1886 as a private residence, this historic brownstone is now a renovated owner-operated hotel in the Back Bay area. — Travel + Leisure

Converted from a private residence, the slender Charlesmark is a beacon of minimalist boutique elegance on busy Boylston Street. — Time Out

The design is classic modernism; and the effect is upscale, urbane and surprisingly affordable. — Lonely Planet

In an excellent location overlooking the Boston Marathon finish line, the Charlesmark has a boutique feel and great prices. — Frommer's

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from $199

Lenox Hotel

Back Bay 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

While the atmosphere is a tad old-world, you don’t have to forgo modern conveniences to live with that ethos. — Lonely Planet

The privately owned Lenox, which first opened in 1900, boasts a prime location next to the Boston Public Library and oozes quiet elegance. — Time Out

This landmark hotel, just off Copley Square behind the Boston Public Library, features sumptuous Edwardian detail in its public areas. — DK Eyewitness

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

Inside, the Lenox feels both luxurious and comfortable, offering a quiet escape in busy Back Bay. Whether visiting for business or pleasure, the hotel is perfectly placed for either. — The Telegraph

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from $275

Seaport Boston Hotel

Seaport District & South Boston 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chances are, if you've ever been to Boston on business, you've already stayed at the Seaport, where guest rooms are among the biggest in the city. — Fodor's

This modern business hotel, connected by walkway to the World Trade Center, helped revitalize the waterfront district. — DK Eyewitness

This "comfortable and elegant" harbor property offers "first-class" service and rooms done up in a "nice mix of classic and modern" decor. — Zagat

Now that the nearby Institute of Contemporary Art has broadened its attractions and Fort Point is blossoming, putting up here offers a different perspective on the city. — Time Out

Smack-dab in the Seaport District, this hotel mere seconds away from the Institute of Contemporary Art, historic Boston Fish Pier, and adjacent World Trade Center. — Travel + Leisure

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from $206

Taj Boston

Back Bay 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As the original Ritz-Carlton, which opened in 1927, this hotel retained all of the glitz and glamour when it changed hands to become a Taj property. — Gayot

The epitome of Boston sophistication, the Taj Boston, formerly the Ritz-Carlton, is perfectly perched in downtown Boston. — Travel + Leisure

While tea at the Taj may not have quite the same ring to it as tea at the Ritz, very little has changed about the old girl really. — Time Out

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

The old-school elegant Taj is doing its best to win over the old Ritz fans... as well as woo new guests, with discounted weekend rates and a soft renovation. — Fodor's

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from $179
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