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Historic Hotels in Boston

While eating a cup of clam chowder and watching a Red Sox game are certainly a must when visiting the Massachusetts capital, the full New England experience includes so much more. From Fenway to the North End, the streets and buildings are inundated with history. So it isn't a surprise that Boston is home to some of the most beautiful historic hotels on the East Coast. Take a look at five top historic hotels that will make your Boston getaway even more memorable. 
from $235
The Lenox Provides Timeless Elegance 
Located in the heart of Back Bay, this historic hotel is at the center of it all and within walking distance from Fenway, Boston Commons, and the North End. But more than location, The Lenox Hotel offers its guests a taste of luxury mixed with historic charm. Whether it's found in their restaurant, their wood-burning fireplace (the only one in all of Boston's hotels), or many of the modern amenities the staff have added to make your stay more memorable, The Lenox Hotel Boston strives to offer its guests the best-quality service. 
from $299
The Liberty Hotel Offers Boston Chic with a Prison Twist
Better known to Bostonians as the Charles Street Jail before 1990, The Liberty Hotel has maintained its prison architecture. Gorgeous, updated catwalks ring the open lobby, and 90-foot ceilings create an expansive but welcoming entry. While The Liberty Hotel's history is full of notorious criminals, the luxury hotel today offers its guests architectural beauty and a central location in Beacon Hill. The hotel features 10 incomparable suites with views of the Charles River, along with five of Boston's best restaurants. 
from $169
Affordable Luxury When You Stay at the Boston Omni
In the heart of Boston, near the Freedom Trail, a stone's throw from Boston Commons, and a short walk to the waterfront, the Omni Parker House Hotel is another highly rated, exclusive hotel with affordable prices. Its reviews praise not just its fantastic location, but also its wonderful restaurant and excellent staff. In this historic Boston hotel, guests can choose from economy-sized and -priced rooms to luxury suites, depending on budget and taste. Excellent for families with young kids, the Freedom Trail Family Suite features a children's sleeping nook, an activity table, and even colonial-style costumes for playing dress-up.
from $225
Indulgence Without the High Price at the Eliot
The Eliot Hotel made the 2011 Business Insider list for Most Indulgent Hotel Room Service in America--a reputation that continues to this day. You won't be able to wait to snuggle in your pajamas and call down a meal order! It's home to two of Ken Oringer's five restaurants, Clio and Uni, which The Daily Meal rated among the Top 101 Best Hotel Restaurants in the World. For foodies visiting this New England port city, the Eliot Hotel not only offers comfort and luxury service, but also high-class menus to indulge. For those traveling with pets or children, the hotel also offers a service to look after the little ones. 
from $211
Copley Square Hotel: Historic Hotel with a Boutique Feel
Urban luxury meets historic comfort at the Copley Square Hotel. New England aristocrats were known to frequent this hotel dating back to 1891. The personalized service brought them back and is still keeping guests satisfied today. The hotel creates an individualized stay for every guest and provides the makings of a comfortable stay while maintaining world-class luxury. It’s located near Boston’s biggest attractions including Fenway Park, Boston Common, Newberry Street, and countless dining, nightlife, and entertainment options.Boston is a city full of history and charm featuring many beautifully renovated historic hotels. Whether you prefer a central location, the best luxury amenities, or quality chefs on site, these establishments have it all and will be worth your time to explore.
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