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Top 7 Boutique Hotels In Boston

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Boston, Massachusetts, is a gorgeous city to visit that’s home to historical attractions such as the Tea Party Ships and Museums. If you’re looking to plan a trip here in the upcoming future, you might be wondering where you should stay. Here are seven high-quality boutique hotels (trendy hotels often featuring unique themes and amenities) in the city that won’t disappoint.

Top 7 Boutique Hotels In Boston

Seaport Hotel

This beautiful hotel is located in the Seaport District and offers gorgeous views of the Boston Harbor as well as the surrounding city. The hotel features a 24 Hour Fitness Center as well as an indoor pool. Other amenities at the hotel include on-site dining in the form of TAMO bistro and bar. The hotel is also pet friendly and even offers amenities for your furry friends, such as balls and toys.

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Hotel Commonwealth

This luxurious, elegant hotel is located only a few minute's walk away from Fenway park. Guess can look forward to a wide variety of amenities. Enjoy sushi as well as a variety of other Japanese cuisines at Blue Ribbon Sushi. For those wanting to stay in the comfort of their spacious room, the hotel also offers in-room dining for breakfast and dinner. Other amenities include a fitness center and valet parking.

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Marriott Vacation Club Pulse At Custom House

This hotel is located in an old customs building, and while it may have long since been renovated into a hotel, it's still the perfect place to welcome you into the city. You can look forward to a game room as well as a fitness center.

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The Langham

This beautiful hotel offers guests spacious rooms with a sleek contemporary feel. That’s far from the only thing it offers, so the Langham is also home to a heated indoor pool as well as a hot tub. Guests can also look forward to on-site dining at grana, which offers Italian cuisine. Finally, finish your day off with a delicious drink from the Fed, the hotels on-site far.

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The Lenox

This gorgeous, elegant hotel is located in the heart of the city and within walking distance of countless art galleries, shops, and restaurants. You won’t even necessarily have to leave the hotel so, to have a great time. Guests can look forward to not one but three on-site dining choices, all of which are available for dining in as well as in-room dining.

Other offerings include a 24 Hour fitness center and some unique packages to add a special twist to your stay. One such package is the Fireside Experience package, which features a stay in one of the hotel's rooms with a wood-burning fireplace and a selection of fireside snacks such as marshmallows and chocolates, as well as hot cocoa.

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The Eliot Hotel

This neo-classical-styled hotel is located on Commonwealth Avenue. Guests can look forward to amenities such as room service as well as some more unique offerings like complimentary overnight shoe shines.

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Hotel AKA Back Bay

This gorgeous and elegant hotel is located in what was once the Boston police headquarters. Nowadays, the hotel features spacious, extremely comfortable rooms with a modern feel. Guests can also look forward to amenities such as an on-site bar and a fitness center.

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