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The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is located in a former Victorian jail. Don't worry, it's been done up and it looks fabulous. The Liberty is located in Boston's Back Bay area, close to the city's gay nightlife. Popular nightlife spots include Jacques' Cabaret and Club Cafe are only a 20-minute walk away. Many of the best restaurants and shops in the city are also on your doorstep. This landmark hotel offers stunning views overlooking the Charles River. Each elegant guestroom offers excellent natural light and striking silver wallpaper. If you'd like to stay in the former jail ask for a Jail Room! You'll be staying in a very well-appointed prison with slate tiles in the bathrooms, a separate tub and shower along with a vanity area. On-site you'll find award-winning dining options, a cocktail bar, and a fitness centre.
The Eliot Hotel
The Eliot Hotel is located at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Commonwealth Avenue in the Back Bay. It's close to Boston's bustling gay scene. A Beaux-Arts entrance leads you into a striking old-world European hotel. The lobby is decked out in marble and all it's all rather grand. There are 95 rooms, most of which are suites - the hotel was initially designed to be a residential building. All of the rooms and suites are excellent and they come with comfy, oversized beds. The in-house sashimi bar is also a winner. Your morning dose of scrambled eggs will be decorated with a flourish of caviar. Sometimes it's the little things that make all the difference.
Boston Park Plaza
The Boston Park Plaza is a historic Art Deco hotel in the lively downtown area of the Boston, meaning you're just moments from the Theatre District. The shops and spas of Newbury Street are just a five-minute walk away. A recent 100-million dollar renovation means this hotel is in pristine condition. It's been fully restored to its jazz age glory. One of the largest hotels in Boston, it has 1,060 rooms and a huge gym. The rooms are spacious and include big closets, an ergonomic desk and chair, Keurig coffee makers and marble topped dressers. Off the Common is the in-house restaurant and it's the hotel's centrepiece.
Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel
Located in Boston's Ladder District, this excellent downtown location puts you right in the heart of the action. Many of the cities top attractions and gay nightlife can be found within walking distance. The interiors call to mind the upper-class Boston of the past. A dark grey and brown colour palette is offset with some modern flourishes. Every evening there's a wine hour in the Living Room. You can also make use of the 24-hour gym. The rooms are a decent size and the beds are very and comfortable. The espresso coloured walls and velour drapes make for a cosy atmosphere. Each guestroom offers a 27" flat-screen TV, an iPod docking station, and free Wi-Fi.
The Langham Boston
The Langham was once the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. A suitable heritage for a luxury hotel. This place still reeks of money. It's located in the financial district. The building is suitably grand with marble, gold trimmings and beautiful furnishings. It's popular with well-heeled business travelers. All of the 317 rooms are suites are excellent. The Italian marble bathrooms are also a winner. Each luxury guestroom is fitted with a 37" flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, and minibar. On-site guests can unwind at the Chuan Body and Soul spa, offering a range of treatments and traditional Chinese massages. The Langham offers several dining options, which serve a variety of food ranging from contemporary New England cuisine to hand-rolled sushi dishes.
Kimpton Onyx Hotel
The Kimpton Onyx is just a 10-minute drive from Logan Airport. There are two subway stations right by the hotel and many of the city's attractions are within walking distance. This is one of the three Kimpton hotels in Boston. Each one has its own unique style. The Onyx is chic, especially at the Ruby Lounge in the lobby. The decor in the rooms is accented with dark reds and greys. The luxurious beds are very satisfying, as are the bathrooms with Atelier toiletries and rain showers. Don't forget to try a Ruby Red Martini in the lounge before you hit the town.
Copley Square Hotel
The Copley is a boutique hotel and it's the oldest in Back Bay. You'll find many trendy shops and restaurants within a five-minute walking distance, as are gay bars like Club Cafe and Boston Eagle. Copley Square Hotel is located in a historic building dating back to 1891. It's been newly renovated and the vibrant decor combines deep red and charcoal shades. The rooms are high ceilinged and elegant. The Art Deco style complimenting the hotel's age. You may even learn something in the bathroom: the wallpaper reproduced a classic poem by Longfellow. Complimentary drinks are served at Wine Down in the lobby between 5 and 6 pm.
XV Beacon Hotel
XV Beacon Hotel is a luxury Boston hotel, offering stylish accommodation in the historic Beacon Hill area. It's across the street from the famous Boston Athenaeum library. This boutique hotel is set in a Beaux-Arts building. The design harks back to its turn-of-the-century origins and gives it a thoroughly modern twist. The rooms are large with coffee coloured walls, hessian sofas and glass-fronted fireplaces. The cosy beds are draped with cashmere throws. The bathrooms are decked out with white marble tiles, rain showers and whirlpool tubs. The in-house restaurant Moo is also excellent.
Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro
This hotel offers affordable accommodation in the popular Beacon Hill area. It's located on Charles Street which has a charming stretch of shops and restaurants. The hotel is set in a townhouse that has a European vibe. Corridors of black and white mosaic lead to the restaurant and bar. All of the rooms are well sized and they offer lots of natural light. The light colours are refreshing and inviting. The in-house bistro is popular locally. For breakfast, you can order a classic Boston Common or go for an Israeli shakshuka. All guestrooms offer a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi.
Hilton Boston Back Bay
Located in Back Bay just off Boylston Street, there are many places to wine and dine on your doorstep - particularly on Newbury Street. Recent renovations have updated the hotel, and it has a classic Hilton style. The rooms are spacious and comfy with a dark colour tone. The bathrooms have marble double vanities. Amenities include an indoor pool, fitness centre, and Starbucks. Guests of the Hilton can enjoy casual dining on-site at Forty Dalton, which is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Beantown Trolley, a city-wide shuttle bus service, has a stop outside the hotel, meaning you can travel from one side of the city to the other with ease.