7 Boston Hotels With the Best Views

Megan Johnson | February 02, 2018

The rolling flower beds in the Boston Public Garden. The historic charm of the Old State House. The sparkling view of the Charles River on a sunny day. These sights are eponymous with the city of Boston, where old-world charm meets modern day innovation. Luckily, you can score a hotel room within perfect view of one of these trademark Boston locales- you just have to know where to look.

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Royal Sonesta Hotel

Why it made the list

Do you prefer life by the water? Then catch a glimpse out your window at the Royal Sonesta, where the peaceful Charles River sits in all its glory.

Right next to the Charles River, the certified-green Royal S Read More


Ames Boston Hotel

Why it made the list

The view from the Ames is a lesson in eclectic architecture and urban activity. The contrasting design of area buildings, like the Old State House and the sleek Exchange Place skyscraper, shows Boston's constant evolution.

Located in the iconic Ames Building, which was originally bu Read More


Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor

Why it made the list

East Boston is one of the most rapidly developing neighborhoods in the city, and the Hyatt was on the forefront of the movement. Ask for a waterfront room for a view of the sparkling Boston Harbor for a real treat. Those looking for a hotel close to Logan International Airport will be pleased with the Hyatt, which is just seconds away.

Located on the waterfront in East Boston, the Hyatt Regency Read More


Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel

Why it made the list

For some of the best city and river views, request a corner room (ending in 05) or a Skyline View Room at the Nine Zero. You won't regret it.

Location, location, location. The Kimpton Nine Zero's locati Read More


Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf

Why it made the list

One of the most sophisticated hotels in the city, the Boston Harbor Hotel offers spectacular views of both the Boston Harbor and the city's skyline. The hotel's website offers a breakdown of which type of room offers each view, so check it out before booking.

With its 80-foot-tall outdoor archway and rotunda and classi Read More


Revere Hotel

Why it made the list

The Seasonal Rooftop@Revere Bar and Lounge provides a 360 degree view of urban beauty. During the summer, check out the view from a cabana on the deck before taking a dip in the indoor heated pool.

Following a $28 million renovation, the Revere Hotel, which Read More


Taj Boston Hotel

Why it made the list

Classic luxury is easy to find at the Taj, located on the regal first block of Newbury Street opposite the Boston Public Garden. Snag a Park View suite for a romantic view of the Garden in all its natural splendor, with blossoming flowers and twirling walking paths.

Originally built in 1927, the Taj stands guard at the corner Read More

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