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Top 7 Hotels In Boston, Massachusetts

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Boston, Massachusetts is a beautiful city full of countless things to do, ranging from museums to countless hidden gems. If you’re looking to visit, finding a great place to stay will be an important part of planning your trip. From luxurious resorts to beautiful boutique hotels, here are 7 great hotels in the city!

Encore Boston Harbor

This gorgeous hotel has a contemporary, artsy feel to it, as well as a wide variety of amenities available to guests. You can look forward to an on-site spa, which offers everything from couple’s massages to relaxing facials. After relaxing at the spa, enjoy a meal without even leaving the hotel – the hotel offers several dining options from upscale steakhouses to more casual sports bars.

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The Verb Hotel

This modern hotel is located a few minutes’ walk from Fenway Park, as well as other attractions such as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Guests can look forward to amenities such as an outdoor swimming pool and an on-site restaurant offering Japanese cuisine. The hotel features decor and rooms that are a great mix of colorful artiness and sleek modernity.

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The Langham

The Langham is an elegant hotel in a historic building located in downtown Boston. This is a great choice for those looking to explore the city – you’ll be within walking distance to various attractions such as the New England Aquarium. There’s plenty to do at the hotel too, from enjoying a meal at the on-site restaurant to grabbing a drink at The Fed, the hotel’s cocktail bar.

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Seaport Hotel

Located on Boston’s waterfront, this beautiful hotel features a health and fitness club that offers guests state-of-the-art facilities including an indoor pool, as well group fitness classes. In addition to this, you can look forward to multiple on-site dining options, including gourmet meals at Tamo Restaurant and Bar.

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Boston Harbor Hotel

Another great option for those looking to enjoy some beautiful waterfront views is Boston Harbor Hotel, located at Rowe’s Wharf. This gorgeous hotel offers guests various amenities, including on-site dining and a fitness center. If you’re looking to explore the city on foot, this is also a great option. Attractions such as the Boston Children’s Museum and the New England Aquarium are only a few minutes' walk away from the hotel.

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The Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street

This elegant hotel promises luxury from the moment you step in the doors until the time you check out. The Four Seasons offers guests such a wide range of options you may not even want to leave the hotel – you can look forward to onsite dining, a bar, and a swimming pool, among other things. When you do head out to explore the city, spots such as Fenway park are less than a mile away.

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The Lenox Hotel

If you enjoy boutique hotels, this is a great option for you! Located near downtown Boston, the Lenox offers guests amenities such as on-site dining and a superb fitness center, as well as elegant, clean rooms. The hotel is less than a mile away from various places to visit, including Boston Public Garden and Fenway Park. If you’re looking to get some shopping in, the hotel is also within walking distance from The Shops At Prudential Center.

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The Lenox
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