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Royal Sonesta Boston

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

The Royal Sonesta boasts a prime location on the pathway along the Charles River. Many of the comfortable rooms have river views and public areas are noted for outstanding art works. — DK Eyewitness

This luxurious hotel is popular with business travelers and with families, who enjoy the huge pool. — Frommer's

This place provides better crossover opportunities than Hyatt or nearby Marriott. In short, it is a better choice for individuals with business or pleasure in this university town. — Star Service

Though it lacks any Boston flavor -- despite its location on the banks of the Charles River -- the 400-room Royal Sonesta is one of the best deals going in Cambridge. — Oyster

Right next to the Charles River, the certified-green Sonesta has one of the best city skyline and sunset views in Boston. — Fodor's

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Revere Hotel Boston Common

South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Guests praise "exceptional" service at this "hip and lively" hotel in the heart of the Theater District, where each of the 356 "spacious", "modern and fresh" rooms has its own balcony. — Zagat

Popular with business travelers, tour groups, and vacationers, this is an attractive hotel in a busy neighborhood. — Frommer's

Keeping it local is what the Revere does best. — Travel + Leisure

Located near Boston Common, the Revere Hotel features 356 guest rooms. — Gayot

It's hard to enter the circular lobby without contemplating the centerpiece Serra-inspired sculpture. — Lonely Planet

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Charlesmark Hotel

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

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

Hipsters and romantics who'd rather spend their cash on a great meal than a hotel bill have put this late 19th-century former residential row house on the map. — Fodor's

Good value, smart hotel in an excellent location on Boston’s Boylston Street near the city’s major attractions and close to Copley T station. — The Telegraph

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

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

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from $199

Ames Boston Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton

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

It's easy to miss this understated hotel, tucked behind the granite facade of the historic Ames Building. — Lonely Planet

This high-design property exudes sophistication. — Oyster

The new AMES Hotel has the faddish mix of classic style and modern sophistication. — BlackBook

Located just steps from Government Center and Faneuil Hall, in the historic Ames Building, this boutique hotel thrills with its innovative design touches and hip street-level restaurant. — DK Eyewitness

With the most eye-catching interior in town, combining minimalist style and traditional details, the Ames is a hipster magnet -- a category that encompasses both business and leisure travelers. — Frommer's

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W Boston

South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The W Boston is located in Boston's theater district and near the well-known Boston Common. — Gayot

Inside, the nature-inspired decor is modern through and through, with typical W brand touches like a sleek, sceney lobby lounge (complete with falling water display and open fireplace). — Fodor's

The hip W comes to Beantown. — Not For Tourists

Immediately on entering the hotel, you'll find yourself in a buzzing lobby bar, crowded with visitors and after-work locals making the scene. — Time Out

Smack in the Theater District, this super trendy newcomer is adding some spice to Boston’s hotel scene. — Rough Guide

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Boston Park Plaza

South End, Chinatown, Leather District & Theater District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built in 1927, this huge, historic hotel has a grand lobby and a central location near the Boston Common. — Oyster

This hotel’s old-school elegance and hospitality – plus its central location – make it stand out; the high-ceilinged rooms, complete with internet access, are comfortable, too. — Rough Guide

A luxe stay at a historic, recently revamped hotel just steps from Boston Common, with suite options. — Jetsetter

The Park Plaza does a hopping convention and function business and is popular with tour groups. — Frommer's

One of Boston's best locations, this antiques-laden hotel is ideal for those looking for old-world charm. — Fodor's

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The Bostonian Boston

Downtown & Waterfront 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Housed in two adjoining converted warehouses and arranged around a central brick courtyard, the hotel boasts an excellent location next to Faneuil Hall Marketplace. — Time Out

From the moment you enter the cool, contemporary lobby, to the time you step out onto your balcony overlooking the bustle of Haymarket, you’ll appreciate this hotel’s singular position. — Lonely Planet

Warmed up with red wall coverings, the lobby provides sofas and arm chairs, perfect for relaxing with a book chosen from one of the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. — Fodor's

The property offers easy access to public transportation and the North End. The atmosphere is sophisticated, and the rooms are elegantly decorated. — Gayot

Large, stylish rooms and a great location for sightseeing make up for underwhelming features. — Oyster

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from $203

Loews Boston Hotel

Back Bay 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in an attractive stone building that once housed the headquarters of the Boston Police Department, this hotel is ideal for tourists and shoppers. — DK Eyewitness

The 220 smallish rooms in this lavishly furnished hotel have huge beds, marble bathrooms, multi-head showers, and heated towel racks. — Rough Guide

Chic city digs in Boston’s Back Bay with business class perks and a banging bar. — Jetsetter

The old Boston Police Headquarters Building. — Not For Tourists

This cozy, 225-room hotel in a beautiful old building -- the former police headquarters -- is full of nice touches, from hot towels at check-in to free Wi-Fi in rooms. — Oyster

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from $279

Harborside Inn

Downtown & Waterfront 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Formerly a warehouse when it was built in 1846, this eight-story building has since been renovated to accommodate a modern 116-room hotel. — Gayot

Ensconced in a respectfully renovated 19th-century warehouse, this waterfront hostelry strikes just the right balance between historic digs and modern conveniences. — Lonely Planet

Based out of a renovated 1846 shipping warehouse, this modern, nautical boutique makes for a trendy couple’s retreat. — Travel + Leisure

With well-sized, spotless rooms, a friendly front desk staff, and a prime location, it's a worthwhile value for leisure and business travelers who can do without the extras. — Oyster

Occupying a converted warehouse at a prime downtown address, the sister hotel to the Charlesmark in Back Bay is one of the city's best bargains. — Time Out

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from $149

Omni Parker House

Downtown & Waterfront 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

What better base from which to learn about our nation's heritage than America's oldest continuously operating hotel? — Fodor's

This plush traditional property is one of Omni's best, with a storied past and a reputation for service and fine dining that put it in the same boat with the Taj Boston. — Star Service

Established in 1855, this is the oldest continuously operating hotel in the country which became a famous literary hangout for the likes of Longfellow, Hawthorne and Emerson. — Time Out

Since 1855 the Omni Parker House has been welcoming guests, making it America’s longest continuously operating hotel. — The Telegraph

Though the present building only dates from 1927, the Omni Parker House is the oldest continuously operating hotel in the US. — Rough Guide

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from $143

Newbury Guest House

Back Bay 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Newbury Guest House is perfect for travelers searching for a cozy, European-style guest house experience. — Gayot

Perfect for shopaholics or anyone who wants to stay on Boston's chic-est strip, this pleasant townhouse B&B is set amid retail heaven. — Time Out

Surrounding townhouses have been transformed into outdoor cafés, art galleries, and designer shops, and both Fenway Park and Symphony Hall are within one mile. — Travel + Leisure

When three Victorian homes were linked to form this cozy inn, owners were careful to preserve such period details as ceiling medallions, parquet floors, and decorative fireplaces. — DK Eyewitness

The Newbury Guest House is one of the best bargains in Boston: The well-maintained property offers comfortably furnished, nicely appointed guest rooms at a great price for a terrific location. — Frommer's

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from $172

Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront

West End & North End 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in 2008, this 192-room property (including 42 elegant suites) is superbly sited on a wharf bordering the North End. — Rough Guide

This swanky hotel enjoys a cozy perch along a quiet stretch of the historic waterfront, with the North End and Quincy Market only a short stroll away. — DK Eyewitness

Beautiful outdoor photographic exhibits are installed on the hotel exterior and bordering HarborWalk all season long. — Travel + Leisure

One of the growing number of lodgings clustered along Boston's ever-expanding Harborwalk... this Fairmont looks more like a gated community than a chain hotel. — Fodor's

The "epitome of class", this hotel boasts a "beautiful" setting on Boston's Harbor Walk, in a "great" neighborhood that's an "easy walk to the North End and Faneuil Hall". — Zagat

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from $161

The Boxer Boston

West End & North End 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One block from North Station, the Bulfinch is a leisure-traveler magnet that attracts thrifty businesspeople with its convenient location and reasonable rates. — Frommer's

Formerly the Bulfinch Hotel. — Not For Tourists

The Boxer reopened after a massive renovation in May 2013. We are in the process of updating our review. — Oyster

This restored nineteenth-century building offers great value in the historic Bulfinch Triangle neighborhood just a few blocks from Beacon Hill and within walking distance of Quincy Market. — Gayot

Even Bostonians are surprised that such a stylish hotel exists in the West End. — The Telegraph

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The Westin Boston Waterfront

Downtown & Waterfront 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Connected to the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, this property contains vast amounts of meeting space. — DK Eyewitness

The South Boston property is connected to the enormous Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, a magnet for men and women wearing suits and badges. — Fodor's

The only hotel attached to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Westin offers the chain's abundant amenities, including Heavenly Beds, in its signature contemporary style. — Frommer's

This "lovely hotel" has "big and spacious" rooms, some with "fabulous views of the harbor", and is attached to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. — Zagat

This 793-room, sleek, modern, 16-story hotel is a fantastic option for travelers with business at the attached convention center. — Oyster

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Le Meridien Cambridge - MIT

Cambridge 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Contemporary rooms and a great location near Central Square -- right on the edge of the MIT campus -- make this 210-room boutique a solid upper-middle-range option in Cambridge. — Oyster

The only sizable lodging close to lively Central Square, this hotel primarily attracts visitors to MIT and the tech-oriented businesses nearby. — Frommer's

A brilliant choice for academics and alumni, this hotel, like the graduates it hosts, is one of the brightest options in the market, just four blocks northwest of campus. Despite its... — Star Service

Not surprisingly, the hotel is a hub for techie business travelers, but it can also be a bargain for weekend vacationers—there are great off-season rates. — Fodor's

In the heart of the MIT campus, this contemporary hotel fuses art, design and science. — Lonely Planet

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The Westin Copley Place, Boston

Back Bay 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Despite its size -- 803 rooms -- and location within the massive Hynes Convention Center complex, the Westin manages to feel cozy and charming. — Oyster

This "chic, modern" hotel "exudes a moneyed Boston charm" and has a location "in the heart of it all", next to the train station and connected to a convention center and mall. — Zagat

This hotel has a great location and is linked by skywalks to Copley Place and the Prudential Center. — Gayot

This sparkling 36-story hotel competes slightly above the Marriott and Sheraton for the top end of the convention market in Back Bay — Star Service

Towering 36 stories above Copley Square, the Westin attracts business travelers, convention-goers, sightseers, and shoppers with its great location and solicitous staff. — Frommer's

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from $195

Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor

Boston 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located on the East Boston waterfront near Logan Airport, this modern hotel was designed to maximize harbor views from the lobby, restaurant, and indoor pool. — DK Eyewitness

Half the rooms at the airport Hyatt have sweeping views of either the city skyline or the ocean; the others overlook planes taking off and landing. — Fodor's

"Mighty convenient to the airport" and in a "prime location" for accessing mass transit. — Zagat

Primarily a convention and business destination, this striking waterfront hotel is next to the airport ferry dock, 7 minutes from downtown by water taxi. — Frommer's

This upscale chain hotel is one of the nicest options near the airport and located on the harbor, which allows it to offer water taxi service to the city. — Oyster

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Hyatt Regency Boston

Downtown & Waterfront 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Your fellow guests at this 22-story hotel are likely to be other convention-goers during the week, and sightseers and families on weekends. — Frommer's

Picturesque, Downtown Crossing is not, as it is packed with every conceivable kind of discount store and street vendor, but the area hums with activity. — Fodor's

The 498-room Hyatt Regency is in need of an overhaul -- it's outdated, disorganized, and not well maintained. — Oyster

Style and subtlety are hallmarks here. A tasteful Waterford chandelier hangs in the stately lobby, and artwork and antiques are displayed discreetly throughout the interiors. — Gayot

The Hyatt offers spacious rooms with modern decor and is located close to the up-and-coming Ladder District, with several fine restaurants and night-time entertainment venues nearby. — DK Eyewitness

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Boston Marriott Copley Place

Back Bay 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 38-story tower with something for everyone... is extremely popular with convention and meeting planners and is the hotel component of countless package deals. — Frommer's

This is one of the busiest hotels in Boston thanks to its laudable convention space, location, design, and three floors of shops and dining and drinking establishments that hum with the activity. — Star Service

It's busy-busy, with throngs of tourists and their offspring, but you can't beat the location of this 38-story megahotel. — Fodor's

This gigantic hotel resides in the heart of Copley Place, a huge shopping complex featuring over 60 upscale stores that include Tiffany & Co., Neiman Marcus and Gucci. — Gayot

This 38-story tower with something for everyone -- complete business facilities, a good-size pool, and direct access to Boston's shopping wonderland. — Zagat

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from $178

Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel

Downtown & Waterfront 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Ultra-high-tech features make the Renaissance a favorite with business travelers. — Frommer's

Taking into account its waterfront location, this hotel embraces a water theme, with elements of the ocean in its decor. — Gayot

Business travelers should appreciate the "wonderful" waterfront location of this outpost in Boston's Seaport, close to the convention center and "near dozens of great places to eat". — Zagat

One of the top commercial contenders beside the World Trade Center, offering the neighborhood's most sophisticated accommodations, sleek common areas and commendable service. — Star Service

Set along the working wharves of Boston Harbor, near the must-visit Institute of Contemporary Art, the Renaissance plays to a watery theme. — Fodor's

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