Blending history with luxe amenities for modern travelers.
Opened in 1885 and claiming to be the longest continuously running hotel in the U.S., this fourteen-story property prides itself on keeping up with the times. In 2008, the hotel had a $30 million renovation, adding cherry wood furnishings, flat-screen LCD televisions and new luxurious bedding. The health club and extensive business center were updated, as well. The opulent style nevertheless recalls luxurious days gone by. Ornate molded ceilings, chandeliers and reproduction furnishings adorn the oak paneled lobby, which sets the tone for the rest of the hotel. Rooms range from small and less expensive but still comfortable to large with ample work space. Bathrooms are bright, while bedrooms have a residential feel in an old-fashioned way. Accommodations with views of downtown attractions such as City Hall are great. There is an on-site restaurant, room service and numerous other dining options right outside the front door. As you wander through the common areas, you may see a few four-legged friends, as the hotel welcomes pets under 25 pounds. Parker's Restaurant serves nostalgic cuisine with contemporary flair; the restaurant is the birthplace of (and still serves) Boston cream pie, the Parker House Roll and Boston scrod.
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