What are rooms like at Four Seasons Hotel Boston?

Answers from Our Experts (2)

Four Seasons Hotel Boston Deluxe Room© FourSeasons/© Miller, Robert

The guest rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Boston are traditional, simple and sophisticated. The minimalist design and decor is fused with elegant accessories and touches like decorative lamps and full drapes. All the rooms at Four Seasons Boston come with a glass-top desk, chair and two-line phones. Each room has wired and Wi-Fi Internet access and a full marble bathroom with a combination shower and tub.

The rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Boston range in size and design. A Moderate room, the lowest category, is about 375 square feet and has a king-sized bed. These rooms are located on the third and fourth floors and offer city views. A Superior room is only slighter bigger, and can have either a city view or view of the plaza on the side street of the hotel. Deluxe rooms are 400 square feet and include a king bed or two double beds, with views of the city. Garden View rooms are designed in the same way as the Deluxe rooms, but instead feature views of Boston Public Garden. The suites in the Five-Star luxury hotel range in size and detail and are positioned throughout the hotel, but each offers views of Boston Public Garden. The basic rooms are designed in hues of brown and gold, feature white bedding, a desk and chair, and most have a separate chair for additional seating.

Bill Taylor

The rooms are decorated to reflect a contemporary New England home, incorporating warm hues with modern design and technology while also reflecting Boston’s old-world charm. Most guest rooms offer either stunning views of the Boston Public Garden and gilded dome of State House, while other rooms offer vibrant city views.

Related Questions