Contemporary accommodations in a slice of local history.
The Custom House Tower was Boston's first skyscraper and no expense has been spared in maintaining the integrity of the 1847 building. At the same time, guests can count on modern comfort and amenities. Rooms are called villas and feature one bedroom and bath each, small kitchenettes and wet bars. While the furniture is standard, the bathrooms are spacious. The exercise room and cocktail lounge are convenient, if not particularly impressive. There are some nice touches here, though. Check out the artwork on loan from the Peabody Essex Museum, or the top-floor observatory that boasts sweeping 360-degree city views. Proximity to local attractions and public transportation are valuable assets. The hotel is walking distance to the harbor, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the New England Aquarium.
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