An exquisite Boston classic

273 Rooms / 77 Suites

When it comes to superlative service, no one does it like the Four Seasons, and the Boston outpost is no exception. Guests at this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel (which lies directly across from the Public Garden and the adjacent Boston Common) can expect to be spoiled. The guestrooms aren't dramatic (the hotel calls the style "Beacon Hill residential," and it's appropriately tasteful and classic) but they are equipped for comfort, with plush slippers and robes, down pillows and DVD players for late-night movies. On the weekends, sit down for afternoon tea at the hotel’s Bristol Lounge — with all the fixings of traditional English high tea service, including finger sandwiches and buttery scones, it’s the definition of Old Boston refinement. A dip in the indoor pool, which overlooks the garden and State House, provides the perfect pre-dinner pick-me-up.

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