A grand hotel perfectly matched to its gorgeous waterfront setting.
This independently owned grand hotel offers one-of-a-kind views in a historic setting. Rowes Wharf, where the hotel sits, dates back to the colonial era, when shipping was big business. It’s named for builder and ship owner John Rowe, whose tea was dumped during the Boston Tea Party. Today, gazing from the hotel’s windows you only see peaceable views of the harbor or the city. The hotel takes advantage of its prime real estate and its luxurious rooms and suites are located on floors eight through sixteen. Service is impeccable and rooms are decorated with a classic European sensibility --- luxurious without being ostentatious. The excellent Meritage restaurant offers modern global cuisine. Other dining options include casual and pub fare. The location is ideal for visiting nearby historic sites and the Financial District if you’re in town on business. A water taxi is a great option if you are coming from the airport. The on-site Spa at Rowes Wharf has a 60-foot lap pool and all the exercise equipment you will need for a healthy workout.