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Located on the site of the former Bromfield Mansion, XV Beacon embraces both old and new luxury. Full review →
This boutique property housed within a 1903 Beaux Arts building delivers contemporary flair along with luxury of a more traditional kind. Full review →
The blink-and-you’ll-miss-it entrance is perfect for clandestine stays, and goodness knows you’ll never forget the address.
A 62-room Beaux Arts beauty high up on Beacon Hill, this place generally gets top billing in the Boston boutique stakes.
Service is "top of the line," including a concierge who is "off the charts in his care and attention." Full review →
This chic hotel occupies a 1903 Beaux Arts office building. Furnishings mix traditional and contemporary styles.
The 1903 beaux arts exterior of one of the city's first small luxury hotels is a study in understated class and elegance. Full review →
Staying at the Four-Star XV Beacon, a Boston boutique hotel, makes you feel like a Brahmin with your very own home in the exclusive Beacon Hill neighborhood. Full review →
Nonstop pampering, high-tech appointments, and outrageously luxurious rooms make this Boston's premier boutique hotel. Full review →
Welcoming guests with a spot-lit awning, this ten-story gem caters to an elite crowd. Full review →
Beaux-Arts hotel in historic Beacon Hill with top-notch service, an intimate vibe and surprising tech extras. Full review →
Housed in a turn-of-the-20th-century beaux-arts building, XV Beacon sets the standard for Boston’s boutique hotels. Full review →
Beacon Hill’s most stylish hotel offers unsurpassed luxury.
With an impressive Beaux Arts façade, brass-buttoned bellhops and original cage elevators, Boston’s XV Beacon hotel is traditional in the best sense of the word. Full review →
A great fit for discerning business and leisure travelers. Full review →
Ultra-decadent boutique hotel across from the Boston Athenæum, with 61 spectacular rooms complete with marble bathrooms.
Always a trendsetter, this is the kind of titillating town house you run across in London's Mayfair neighborhood, but in Boston it's the bee's knees. Full review →
City centre hotel, close to Boston’s key tourist sights in a 1903 building with original 1903 Beaux Art exterior. Full review →
In a former office building near the State House, XV's air of discretion and exclusivity still carries considerable cachet. Full review →
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. Full review →
Its Beacon Hill location and beaux arts building are steeped in Boston history, but this contemporary luxury boutique hotel boasts "great style".
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