Harvard….M.I.T…Red Sox….Celtics….just a few of the unbelievable attractions that the city of Boston has to offer, and with a city so steeped in tradition and history, the best way to taste the icing on the cake is by staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston.
This chic, elegant hotel with a contemporary décor is located in the heart of the city, Boston’s Back Bay, offering close proximity to the amazing historical and cultural attractions, and overlooking the stunning Public Garden. Shoppers will also rejoice in the proximity to Newbury Street, offering world-class shops just outside the front door.
While most of the city is within walking distance, if you want to rest your feet the Four Seasons Hotel Boston offers a complimentary town car service that will take you to any of the nearby attractions, as well as a 24-hour multilingual concierge. Parlez-vous Francais?
As Boston is known for it’s seafood, you don’t need to look any further than the hotel’s restaurant The Bristol Lounge, which offers innovative regional cuisine that will tempt you to keep ordering. Once you have had enough “clam chowder,” the Lounge itself is an amazing place to sit back and enjoy a cocktail or afternoon tea in front of the massive fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the Public Gardens.
After a day of the Freedom Trail, checking out Paul Revere’s house, a ride on a Boston Pedi-cab and more clam chowder, relax at the sauna or take a swim in the 44-foot long swimming pool, a perfect place to end the day. Of course you never have to worry about time to work out, as the state-of-the-art fitness center is open 24-hours. If a run outside is your preference, the Four Seasons will supply you with trail maps, and upon your return you will be greeted with towels and bottled water.
In a city brimming with history and tradition, you need a hotel that offers impeccable service and exquisite atmosphere. What are you waiting for? Welcome to the Four Seasons Hotel Boston.
Stacy Steponate Greenberg brings over 15 years of travel and marketing experience to Pursuitist. With her column, The Overhead Compartment, Stacy interviews celebrities and athletes bringing an insight into their lives and travel habits. Stacy spent 11 years at Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide in various capacities, serving stints as Director of Marketing for the St. Regis and Sheraton brands, and Senior Director for Starwood Residences. Prior to Starwood, Stacy worked as Manager of Marketing for Hyatt Hotels. A native of Chicago, Stacy resides New York City with her husband and two kids, who like to “rate” the various hotels on their travels with their mom. Reach Stacy via Twitter twitter.com/StacyGSG.