Had the chance to get upgraded to the 14th floor harborview; was really nice to look out over the harbor and see the lights and shimmering water. Concierge was wonderful; happy birthday message written in chocolate on a plate of goodies. (Got us a couple of toothbrushes, as we'd forgotten ours.) Bathtub was a little small, but that's the only thing I can think of that could have been better. Quiet, clean, friendly.
The 230-room Boston Harbor Hotel is on Rowes Wharf, in the Financial District, and 2 blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace and …More
The hotel was great, as expected of the Four Seasons brand. The staff we dealt with were very professional and friendly. The bar was comfortable and service prompt. I really couldn't fault anything about our stay.
It's a pleasant walk to nearby shopping areas, restaurants and theaters.
Greg from UK
This Boston hotel overlooks the city's Public Garden, across the street. Historic Boston Common is less than a block away …More
Hotel staff was exceptional fro check-in to check-out - engaging and helpful in every respect. Room was a bit underwhelming given its cost. Location is very good with easy access to older part of the city, to the Common and Public Gardens, Beacon Hill and to shopping on Newberry and Boylston streets. All are within easy walking distance.
Modern and luxurious, this hotel offers a desirable location in Boston's Theater District, across the street from Boston …More
We had a lovely Christmas family getaway weekend at The Langham in Boston. Can't beat the location if you want to be near the sparkling lights of Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall, and the Boston Common. Spacious, clean room (even with two double beds) for our family of three. Relaxed after a day of shopping with a little exercise in the gym and then a dip in the Zen-atmosphere pool and hot tub. Really lovely place for a mini-holiday.
Erica from outside Boston, MA
The Langham, Boston, in the heart of the financial district, is 5 blocks from Boston Harbor and within 4 miles of Harvard Square.More
Stayed overnight for my anniversairy. Upon check-in I told the front desk person that we were here for our anniversairy and I asked if there were any upgrades and she reponded, "I'm looking for that now". We were upgraded to an executive suite for no charge. Room was very clean and lovely. The suite had a woodburning fireplace that we used twice. Both times we requested a fire the "fireplace butler" was there in a matter of no more than 5 minutes. Very personable gentlemen and they made a lovely fire. We enjoyed our stay tremendously and would stay again. Location is terrific. Loved this place.
Facing the Public Garden and adjacent to Newbury Street boutiques, this historic hotel was built in 1927, and is 1 block from …More