1. Loews Boston Hotel
Spend a luxury night in the slammer. Formerly the Boston Police Headquarters, the Loews Boston Hotel
has since swapped out its jail cells for sophisticated guestrooms. This historical hotel, located in the Back Bay neighborhood, flaunts a refined décor—neutral hues, zebrawood vanities, and soft lighting. Guestrooms are decked out with Samsung LED Smart TVs, Stearns & Foster pillow-top mattresses, designer toiletries, and premium Wi-Fi.
One verified Expedia.com reviewer commented, “We were treated like royalty. At check-in we were offered cold hand towels as we waited for our room keys. The room had a heated towel rack, espresso machine, refrigerator, bath robes, slippers, and even an umbrella. The bathroom was gorgeous.”
2. The Langham
The Langham, which was previously the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, is an elegant hotel that maintains elements of the 1920s Renaissance Revival. Classic European styles resonate throughout the hotel, as guestrooms are decorated with handcrafted hardwood furniture and cream-colored palettes. Guests rave about the well-stocked mini bars and luxurious bedding, while others boasted about the child-sized robes and slippers specifically delivered to their little ones.
“The hotel was very comfortable, and the staff were so attentive and friendly that the experience was made exceptional. They also provided little touches like bedtime turndown with chocolates, bedroom slippers, plush bath robes, etc. Everything that pushed the experience up a notch,” commented one Expedia.com user.
3. Boston Omni Parker House
Boston Omni Parker House, which opened in 1855, is the longest continuously running hotel in the nation. Located on the Freedom Trail, the hotel reflects Boston’s prominent past through its décor, as guestrooms are designed with 19th-century reproduction artwork and cherry-wood furnishings. At this historical lodging, guests are greeted with complimentary cider, high-speed Internet, and brag-worthy linens.
An Expedia.com verified reviewer said, “The bed was unbelievably awesome. We had a king-sized bed that was super soft, with soft linens and down comforter and pillows. The bed was by far the best part of my stay.”
4. Revere Hotel Boston Common
Luxury meets chic at the Revere Hotel Boston Common. Just a short stroll from Boston Common, this boutique hotel pulls out all the stops with a glamorous rooftop pool, sweeping city views, and even a welcome toast upon arrival. The expertly designed guestrooms provide luxury hotel amenities, including overnight shoe shines, iPhone and iPad docking stations, and deluxe toiletries.
“We appreciated the extras: slippers, robes, umbrella, self service, in-room coffee and tea service, complimentary bottled water, opening window to balcony, personal pillow preference, and many other little things that make life a bit easier on the go,” one Expedia.com user commented.
5. Nine Zero Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel
Nine Zero Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel, sits in downtown Boston along the Freedom Trail. It’s a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel with smart designs and luxurious details. It goes above and beyond with nightly wine reception in the lobby, in-room spa services, and even a “Forgot It? We Got It!” travel items program.
“The stylish, uncluttered decor and warm gracious staff make Nine Zero a lovely place to stay,” commented a verified Expedia.com consumer. “My room service food arrived promptly and hot! My dog was greeting warmly and given a bag of delicious (judging from her response) treats.”