The Eliot Hotel
Boston, New England
Enter the chic lobby of this luxurious boutique hotel and proceed to one of their elegant luxury suites. The Eliot is set on one of the most beautiful boulevards in America, minutes from fashionable Newbury Street and Boston's numerous attractions.
At a Glance
Ideal location on leafy Commonwealth Avenue and a block away from fashionable Newbury Street
An intimate boutique hideaway
Clio and Umi are two of Boston's most acclaimed restaurants
Excellent value suites
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The family owned Eliot Hotel, named #13 in North America on Condé Nast Traveler's World's Best Awards, is set on one of the most beautiful boulevards in America, Commonwealth Avenue. It is a stone's throw from fashionable Newbury Street's shopping and restaurants, Copley Place with its magnificent municipal library and Boston’s major art galleries and cultural attractions, as well as universities and research centers. This historic, boutique hotel provides European luxury and unique elegance in a small intimate setting not found in Boston's larger hotels.
A home away from home for business people, families and international travelers in downtown Boston, guests are struck by the exceptional feeling of warmth and comfort in the exquisitely decorated suites and deluxe rooms. Expect a warm welcome from Maureen and her team who offer exceptional levels of service which are highly personalized at The Eliot, as their staff strive to satisfy the needs of every guest. The Eliot Hotel is a perfect choice for a downtown hotel because of its historical presence offering a warm boutique touch with a Parisian flair.
Chef Ken Oringer, James Beard Award winner for Best Chef in the Northeast and winner of the Food Channel's Iron Chef Competition, has made The Eliot a world renowned culinary destination. Restaurant Clio and Uni Sashimi Bar, both named among the "Best Restaurants in America" by Zagat, are located in this elegant boutique setting.
The Eliot Hotel's 79 suites and 16 guest rooms have been recognised as among the best accommodation in the world by Travel + Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler. They are very glamorous and luxurious with a European influence. The rooms and suites feature high definition televisions, signature bathrobes, down comforters and designer throws, mini bar and complimentary WiFi internet.
Children of all ages are welcome to come and stay at The Eliot Hotel. An additional bed can be added to rooms and there is a babysitting service available upon request.
Clio Restaurant , recently named Best French Restaurant in Boston, serves exquisite food in a sophisticated atmosphere. You can opt to eat in the main dining room or in a private room.
Uni Sashimi Bar is a delicious Japanese Restaurant and Sushi Bar at the Eliot Hotel. With its recent re-design, the venue has a very hip and modern ambiance to it - the perfect setting from which to enjoy exotic dishes from the Far East.
The Eliot Hotel 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 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 Public Library.
Location & Directions
Boston, New England
Situated on one of the most desirable addresses, on leafy Commonwealth Avenue in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. The Eliot Hotel is only a block away from Newbury Street, Boston's best shopping street.
When to go
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.