Located at the vortex of history, shopping, entertainment and Swan Boats
The 8th-floor spa with adjoining indoor pool is open year-round and offers great views
The famous Bristol Burger served in the upscale yet casual flagship restaurant
What To Know
WiFi access comes with a fee
Hotel offers free shuttling within two miles of the hotel via a house car
State-of-the-art fitness center is open 24 hours a day
The Presidential Suite comes outfitted with a baby-grand piano
Parking on site
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Elegant Boston institution with Public Garden views, a sublime spa with a pool, and a destination restaurant
One of the city’s poshest hotels, the Four Season’s design, both outside and in, reflects New England-style elegance. Neutral decor throughout the 273 rooms and suites mixes contemporary sensibilities with regional antiques, while the Bristol Lounge strikes the same balance, offering refined cuisine alongside its signature burger. Spa facilities and an adjoining indoor pool are modest but comfortable, and the staff prides itself on local charm and the high standards that are the mark of the Four Seasons brand.
In the Area
Boston is a small city, and the Four Seasons boasts a prime spot, just steps from world-class shopping on Newbury Street and overlooking the Boston Common and Public Garden. Visitors can walk to the start of the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail, which leads to the State House, Paul Revere’s House and through the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, with a stop at the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace. For either hole-in-the-wall charm or modern Italian food — and cannoli at Mike’s Pastry — the North End, Boston’s little Italy, isn’t much farther.