Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Boston, New England, United States of America
At a Glance
A stunning setting overlooking Boston's Public Garden
Impeccable and friendly Four Seasons service
The 8th floor indoor pool has great views over Boston Common
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Fall is Boston's most glorious season, though spring and summer are pleasant as well. These times bring in healthy-sized crowds due to favourable weather and special events. Weather usually remains warm throughout September, while cooler temperatures in October bring out the colorful foliage. Winter lasts too long for most people's tastes, stretching from December to April. During this period, visitors can expect temperatures below freezing and plenty of snow.
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Overlooking Boston’s historic Public Garden and within easy reach of the city’s premier attractions, the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Boston blends elegant simplicity with distinctive New England flair and first class facilities.
The gateway to New England, Boston is a one-of-a-kind American city that offers visitors opportunities to relive history and immerse themselves in the arts. Walk the freedom trail, explore museums, take a concert in at Symphony Hall, enjoy a performance by the Boston Ballet and explore New England’s most historic harbor islands by boat.
Four Seasons Hotel Boston offers a prime location to explore the top attractions which radiate from the Boston Common – the upscale shopping on Newbury Street and cafés of Back Bay, the historic waterfront, the theater district and the Italian North End.
The hotel's 273 guest rooms, including 77 suites, are designed to provide guests with the ultimate in comfort and relaxation. The light and airy rooms are discreetly decorated with contemporary New England accents and many overlook the beautiful Boston Public Garden and Beacon Hill. Guests can enjoy a dip in the eighth-floor indoor pool, which overlooks the gold-domed Statehouse, or take advantage of the Fitness Center, offering state-of-the-art equipment including the latest interactive mountain bikes, Trixter Xdreams.
If you wish to dine onsite, the upmarket restaurant, The Bristol houses award-wining chefs combining fresh and flavorful seasonal ingredients to create classically delicious fare with an innovative twist in a luxurious environment.
For families, the Four Seasons Hotel Boston offers special programs and amenities for babies, kids and teens – and their parents, too. The Concierge is always close at hand to make reservations for a family dinner, offer suggestions for tomorrow's outing, or help arrange a babysitter. There are plenty of room options for families to enjoy during their stay and they can also enjoy the indoor pool.
Guestrooms at Four Seasons Hotel Boston range from 380 to 900 square feet in size (35 to 83 square meters). Accommodations offer:
- DVD players
- iPod docking stations
- Marble bathrooms include bathrobes and slippers
- Local newspapers are complimentary
- Turndown service is included in the twice-daily housekeeping
Four Seasons Hotel Boston welcomes families. Children 18 years old and under can be accommodated free of charge in their parents’ guest room or luxury suite in a crib or rollaway. Fun-filled, suitable activities for your family's ages and interests can be arranged. Complimentary on-site activities include:
- Board games
- Raid the Fridge! (Saturday evenings)
- Outdoor games
- Indoor swimming pool (pool toys available)
- Cooking-makes classes on Saturdays (for children aged 4 to 12)
Services at Four Seasons Boston include:
- Twice-daily housekeeping service, with option to participate in Green Housekeeping program
- Complimentary local newspaper, plus access to world newspapers upon request
- Bottled water, refreshed daily
Complimentary town car
Four Seasons Hotel Boston features an on-site restaurant and lounge, which offers a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and afternoon tea. In addition to a full-service health spa, this downtown Boston hotel includes a 24-hour health club, an indoor pool and a spa tub.
Car service is complimentary within two miles. Business services are available 24-hours a day. Pets are welcome.
The Four Seasons is ideally located to explore the historic yet cosmopolitan city that is Boston. Whether you're a shopaholic, sightseer, foodie or adventurer, Boston has something to offer you. Newbury Street is home to the city's most fashionable boutiques. The Freedom Trail takes you through 16 historic landmarks. The new Institute of Contemporary Art, overlooking the picturesque harbor, is a remarkable building and has permanent collections for you to admire. The Museum of Fine Arts is also definitely worth a visit, as is the Pubic Library.
At the hotel itself there is a gym & indoor swimming pool.
Charlotte Austin (Staff)
I walked in the Four Seasons and was completely wowed by the grandeur and the elegance that this hotel projects. The Four Seasons is right on the corner of the historical Boston common, some of the beautiful traditional suites do overlook the Public gardens so do pay the extra if you like a view as it is definitely worth it! This hotel is great for families as it has a wonderful indoor pool as well as lots of connecting room options. Couples will love this if they are on a special trip and looking to be utterly spoiled.
Boston Red Sox Baseball Game
Sports fan or not, you can't help but enjoy the ballpark; it's an experience so quintessentially American. Chow down on dogs and beer, hear the barrel organ fire up the crowd and cry "Outta Sight" as a 'homer' is hit.
The impressive Crane Estate covers more than 2100 acres in Ipswich, Massachusetts. The Estate includes The Great House, the popular Crane Beach and Crane Wildlife Refuge. It's the perfect place for a romantic retreat and a family day out alike.
Private Boston City Tour
Explore the city of Boston with a knowledgeable, engaging guide on this private 3 hour tour that will take you around the landmark sights and points of historical and cultural interest.
Scott Dunn Suggests: Boston
Having sprung up around its central common, Boston is a friendly and easy-to-explore city with plenty to offer in terms of culture and history with the fascinating Freedom Trail, a fantastic theater program and an array of museums and galleries.
Take the Original Duck Tour
Never has history been so much fun! Explore Boston's amazing history aboard the Duck, an amphibious craft that will take you through the city streets before driving into the Charles River, or opt to hop on and off the Trolley as you choose.
Location & directions
Boston, New England, United States of America
The Four Seasons Boston is located overlooking Boston Public Garden on Boylston Street and close to Newbury Street, Boston's center for fashionable shopping.
How to get there
It is a 7-hour 30-minute direct international flight to Boston's Logan International Airport with British Airways or Virgin Atlantic. Four Seasons Boston is approximately a 20-minute drive from the airport.