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Futuristic test kitchen for Legal Seafoods.
Head to the hotel's City Bar, a popular late-night hangout for the local club set.
This landmark hotel, just off Copley Square behind the Boston Public Library, features sumptuous Edwardian detail in its public areas.
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. Full review →
Its relatively small size and accommodating staff make it a welcome alternative to the huge convention hotels that dominate this neighborhood. Full review →
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. Full review →
While the atmosphere is a tad old-world, you don’t have to forgo modern conveniences to live with that ethos. Full review →
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... Full review →Since Burberry and Cartier typically frown upon casual requests to use their facilities, it is a very good thing indeed that the bathroom at the strategically situated Lenox Hotel is free and (for our purposes) open to the public.
A fixture in Boston since 1900, this 214-room, green-minded Back Bay boutique offers a prime location near Copley Square, two lively bars, and fantastic free amenities. Full review →
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.
The staff caters well to the hotel's diverse clientele, and the convenient location (with a T station nearby) makes this an ideal spot for both business travelers and leisure guests. Full review →
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. Full review →
The privately owned Lenox, which first opened in 1900, boasts a prime location next to the Boston Public Library and oozes quiet elegance. Full review →
Inside the stately Beaux-Arts building, the 214 guestrooms feature high ceilings, brass chandeliers, mahogany furniture, and crystal lamps. Full review →
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