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Four Seasons Hotel Boston Review: This cream-of-the-crop property overlooks Beacon Hill, the State House dome and the Public Garden from its premier location. The lobby welcomes with marble, granite, grandfather clocks and soft lighting, while accommodations are done in muted tones with floor-length window treatments, intricate light fixtures and marble bathrooms. Artwork hangs in elaborate frames, complementing the regal and serene atmosphere. The lush guest rooms and suites feature an array of niceties, including terrycloth bathrobes, oversize bath towels and down pillows. Large bay windows open onto pretty views of the public garden. The spa is well-known as a top-notch urban retreat, offering a variety of rubs and rituals that include the popular face lift massage. In addition, there is an indoor pool and well-equipped fitness center. Children staying here also enjoy the royal treatment; the concierge will even provide them with food for feeding the ducks in Boston's public garden. The spacious Bristol Lounge serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea. The hotel is an easy walk to the Boston Common, the Freedom Trail and Faneuil Hall, and a complimentary town car will escort guests to locations within a two-mile radius of the property.