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Every last room at the Boston Harbor Hotel is not only spacious compared to other hotels, but each comes with a view. Whether you choose a city or a harbor view room in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel, all the furnishings and amenities are the same. We love the water views, especially in the summer months, for the sheer pleasure of watching the boats come in and out of the harbor. Because of Boston Harbor Hotel’s location on the water, the city views offer a fantastic look at the famous Custom House Tower and Financial District buildings, but for the best vistas, you’ll want to request a room on a high floor.
If you plan to stay longer than a night (a long weekend or extended stay), consider booking one of the Deluxe Rooms, which are only $100 more per night than a Superior Room and include a separate sitting area that’s set off from the bedroom, so you get a bit more comfort during a longer stay. For a stay you won’t soon forget, book the Rotunda Suite, located inside the rotunda of the Boston Harbor Hotel. These rooms have views of both the city and harbor and are 580 square feet, slightly larger than the Superior and Deluxe rooms.