An intimate European-style hotel in an excellent downtown location.
Opened in 1900 by the same man who owned the New York Waldorf-Astoria, this small luxury hotel offers European charm in a prime Copley Square location. Wood-burning fireplaces in corner rooms, customized furnishings, marble bathrooms and a doting staff offering personalized service are just some of the highlights. The hotel offers free wireless Internet and complimentary morning coffee, and has a 24-hour business center. Guest rooms feature high-ceilings and are decorated with an elegance and sophistication that includes four-poster beds, fresh flowers and framed artwork. A small fitness facility is available. City Table restaurant serves upscale comfort fare, while the Irish pub Sólás offers an all-purpose spot for casual dining. The chic City Bar provides a romantic option for cocktails and canoodling. The property is a block from Newbury Street and within walking distance to Symphony Hall and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.