What are the suites like at Four Seasons Hotel Boston?

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Four Seasons Hotel Boston State Suite© FourSeasons/© Vitale, Pete

The suites at Four Seasons Hotel Boston are like the hotel’s standard guestrooms on steroids — they’re packed with a little extra muscle. The suites start at 625 square feet and feature the same amenities as regular rooms (glass-top desk, chair and two-line phones). However, the design and layout of the suites are significantly different than a basic guestroom. There are six State Suites, which offer two different color schemes — green or pink. All the State Suites are in the corner of the hotel and overlook Boston Public Garden. Each features a separate seating area with a sofa and two chairs, and in the bedroom you’ll find a desk, additional chair and a marble bathroom and walk-in closet. Most suites come with fresh floral arrangements, placed in the room before you check in.

The Garden Suites are some of the best rooms at Four Seasons Hotel Boston, and with 625 square feet, they offer plenty of space to move around. Each Garden Suite has views of Boston Common and Boston Public Garden, and includes a king-sized bed and one sofabed. There is a dining table that seats six in the Garden Suite and French doors separate the bedroom from the living room space — a perfect option for families or business guests holding meetings in the room. The bathrooms in the Garden Suites are white and black marble (as opposed to tan and white marble in the regular guest rooms), and there is a separate mini-bar area set off from the living room. If you’re looking for a separate tub and shower, the Garden Suite is your choice room — these suites are the only ones in the hotel (aside from the Presidential Suite) with separate showers and tubs. For more room, a corner space with a garden view and additional seating, opt for the suites at Four Seasons Hotel Boston.

Bill Taylor

The 77 suites are spacious and well-appointed, offering state of the art amenities and technology. Suites boast stunning views of the Boston Public Garden and provide a comfortable but luxurious haven for travelers. There are a wide variety of suite offerings to match every guest need — including executive suites, garden suites, state suites, the ambassador Suite and the grand presidential suite, which boasts its own private balcony. Most suites can connect to additional guest rooms for added flexibility.

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