Very Good 1954 Reviews
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What We Love

  • 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


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Elegant Boston institution with Public Garden views, a sublime spa with a pool, and a destination restaurant

The Lowdown

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.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Boston
200 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116 United States


4.5 Very Good 1954 Reviews
A perfectly smooth stay in a beautiful property.
Reviewed 2 days ago

The Boston Four Seasons is right in front of the Boston Common, in the best possible location in the city. Even though the property's exterior might seem underwhelming, as soon as you enter the hotel there is nothing but beautiful spaces designed to make you feel comfortable and welcomed. The service is excellent; warm, welcoming and helpful. Special mention to Rutendo (Sp?) at the front desk for his going out of his way to make sure we got all the information we needed and for checking in with us during our stay.
I can't think of staying anywhere else in Boston.

Four Seasons Boston
Reviewed 2 days ago

Hotel is wonderful and the staff is tremendous. Food at Bristols, the restuarant in the hotel, is outstanding. Tried new appetizers -- the Octi adn Hash Browns, not what I'd normally order, was really tasty. Four Seasons has a level of detail toward everything they do that other hotels can't match. Truly amazing.

Upper class
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This hotel is definitely an upper class hotel. However, the food is extremely overpriced. There was an inlet on the menu of 25 dollars. The rooms are extremely class and the bedding is comfortable. I am the one you should be trusting because I had a tonsillectomy, and I stayed in this hotel. I would definitely recommend this hotel to you!

Anniversary trip
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beyond thrilled with the incredible service and warm welcome we received from this hotel. The room was immaculate and the staff was so friendly and eager to help with anything. Highly recommend this hotel and thank you Four Seasons Boston for making our anniversary trip one to remember!

Why I have left the Boston Four Seasons
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I used to stay at this lovely hotel and now know why we don't anymore. I just tried booking for a Sunday night calling the hotel directly because through my husband's business we book a Morgan Stanley corporate rare. I was looking forward to a stay there on June 3 until the reservationist asked me to put my husband on the phone- " he has to make the reservation himself or we cannot honor the rate". My husband has never in 38 years of marriage made a hotel reservation himself. Absolute nonsense.
Booked the The Mandarin and Im sure we will be quite happy.