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Combining the tradition and history of its location with a contemporary edge, The Whitney creates a stylish city boutique hotel in a fashionable neighbourhood
With restaurants, cafes and upmarket boutiques moments from its door, it is ideally situated for both sightseeing and enjoying Boston’s superb gastronomic scene
The attention to detail is superb, from the in-room Nespresso machines to Frette linens and organic bath products
The hotel’s restaurant, Peregrine champions local producers and seasonal dining alongside wines from smaller produces and biodynamic vineyards
Autumn 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 colourful 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.
This elegant hotel lies in Boston’s historic Beacon Hill, overlooking the Charles River and within walking distance of the independent cafes, boutiques and antique shops of the neighbourhood’s charming cobbled streets.
A new addition to the historic streets of Beacon Hill, The Whitney channels the grace and elegance of its surrounds but injects them with a dash of contemporary styling and modern amenities to create a city bolthole that is both stylishly modern and tastefully traditional. With just 65 rooms the hotel feels friendly and welcoming, with sociable public spaces and a picturesque courtyard garden.
The rooms and suites are undeniably elegant, with a nod to Art Deco design combined with contemporary, sleek lines and modern technologies. Frette linens and bathrobes, organic bath products and cloud-like mattresses create an indulgent retreat after a day of strolling Boston’s beautiful streets while large windows retain a connection to the buzz of the city yet cocoon you in the comfort of the room. Nespresso coffee machines, 55” smart TVs and minibars bring home comforts galore.
Featuring a contemporary take on classic Italian dishes, the hotel’s restaurant, Peregrine, is helmed by two of Boston’s favourite restaurateurs and draws inspiration from Sardinia, Sicily, Corsica and Catalonia in seasonally relevant dishes. Wine is selected from smaller producers, many which employ organic or biodynamic techniques and which perfectly complement the honest quality of the food. In-room dining is also provided by Peregrine. Access to a neighbouring fitness centre with state-of-the-art Hydrow machines and complimentary bike hire are on hand after the inevitable indulgence.
Boston is an eminently walkable city and from The Whitney you can head out into the cobbled streets of Beacon Hill, through tree-lined lanes filled with red brick townhouses that evoke the early days of the city’s prosperity. Stop for coffee and a moreish pastry at Tatte and stroll on towards the green lawns and tranquil ponds of the Public Gardens. Indulge in some retail therapy on nearby Newbury Street and trace the beginnings of the American Revolution as you walk the Freedom Trail.
With an enviable location in the beautiful neighbourhood of Beacon Hill, within easy reach of many of the key sights of Boston’s historic city, The Whitney is a supremely comfortable and upmarket boutique hotel which offers a convenient base from which to explore the city.
Children are welcome at The Whitney though there are no specific facilities for younger guests.
From seasonal, locally sourced ingredients and organic wines at Peregrine, to the artworks inspired by Boston’s streets and large sofas that grace the social areas, the amenities of The Whitney excel in their attention to detail. The Bar is an elegant and convivial space for a both cocktails with friends or a romantic evening. Take a complimentary bike out and ride along the banks of the Charles River, or simply relax in the hotel’s courtyard garden.
Looking out over the waters of the Charles River may tempt you to head onto the banks for a stroll, or onto the river itself on a boat, paddleboard or kayak. Wander into the North End for a hearty dish of pasta or a famed cannoli, or along the Greenway to the reach the Tea Party Museum, the Old State House and other sites that played a formative role in America’s independence.
The Boston CityPASS is your ticket to four Boston attractions including the Museum of Science, New Englnd Aquarium, Skywalk Observatory and a choice between the or Harvard Museum of Natural History or a Boston Harbour Sightseeing.
Enjoy a private driver-guided tour of the quaint and historic towns and regions that make up Cape Cod.
Experience an exclusive tour behind-the-scenes and viewing of the batting practice or participation experience at Fenway Park, the oldest baseball ballpark in the league and home to the Boston Red Sox.
Discover 16 historical sites on this family-friendly walking city tour, guided by an 18th century costumed guide and lean about the American history which shaped the nation we know today.
Meet a musician from The Boston Symphony Orchestra for a private music workshop prior to a concert at Symphony Hall.
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.
The Whitney is located on Charles Street in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighbourhood, less than 30-minutes drive from Logan International Airport.
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