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The room rates at Four Seasons Hotel Boston fluctuate based on length of stay, availability and room size/view, but you can expect to pay $495 a night on average for a basic guest room. Suites will generally cost a few hundred dollars more a night (around $800 a night on average), and can run higher than $2,000 a night for a State Suite during the high season (typical Boston high seasons run from summer to fall, at the end of April during the Boston Marathon, and during graduation weekends in May). If the room view is important to you, be sure to book a room offering your preferred outdoor scene. Drawn to cityscapes? Go with the Moderate room. Partial to landscaped plazas? Go with the Superior room. Suite-wise, the Deluxe Four Seasons Executive Suites offer a charming city view, while the Garden View version overlooks the Boston Public Garden. One of the highlights of Four Seasons Boston is that you can upgrade upon your arrival at the hotel. When you check in, if there’s a room category available at a higher level than the one you booked, the front desk will offer it to you at a discount. This means you could upgrade to a suite for only $100 more a night (around $600 total), instead of paying upwards of $800 a night if you had booked a suite initially. Of course, these offers are only available if the suites are vacant, but it’s a nice perk for if you want a bigger room at a discount.