A Luxury Collection Destination,
Massachusetts, United States
The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is a multi-faceted city brimming with character, irrevocably tied to its key role in early U.S. history. Winds off of the Atlantic sweep over historic streets, colonial courtyards, public parks and a beloved baseball stadium where Babe Ruth once pitched. A thriving arts scene, exceptional restaurants and of-the-moment enclaves keep this city from dwelling in the past.
This free, outdoor block party hosted by the revered Berklee School of Music showcases jazz, Latin, blues, and funk performances on three stages.
Dance to the oompah band, hoist a beer and eat sausage at this traditional German festival that’s been hosted nearly three decades at the Harpoon Brewing Company.
Watch as the world’s best crew teams streak across the Charles River during this two-day annual event.
Ring in the new year with this artist-led evening of performance, parades and, of course, fireworks.
Explore the latest trends in wine and cuisine through demonstrations from top chefs, tasting events and seminars for wine enthusiasts.
Boston’s Irish heritage celebrates with a spirited parade in the traditionally Irish neighborhood of South Boston.
First staged in 1897, attempt to qualify or cheer on runners in the world’s oldest annual marathon.
Reenactments of Revolutionary War battles and Paul Revere’s midnight ride are held in key historic towns, including Boston.
Celebrate early U.S. history with walking tours, historical reenactments, and live entertainment over this four-day event celebrating the July 4th holiday.
Locals stake claim to picnic spots on the lawn lining the Charles River to catch the spectacular July 3rd fireworks show accompanied by the Boston POPS Orchestra.
Executive chef Daniel Kenney’s passion for local and seasonal ingredients shines in his standout dishes such as just-caught halibut and Berkshire pork belly.
Snack on small plates and creative cocktails—Doin’ Thyme (a blend of gin, cider, and thyme syrup)—in this cheekily-named bar set in the “drunk tank” of the former Charles Street Jail
Italian classics anchor this enticing menu of house-made pastas, wood-oven fired fresh pizzas, local catch, and thick steaks with a twist from award-winning chef and restaurateur Lydia Shire.
Locals and guests alike mingle in the open-air lobby bar that has entertainment most evenings, and a perfect late-night menu on weekends.
Explore this historic city with Boston Duck Tours. Their amphibious tour vehicles will drive past Boston’s most iconic spots before splashing into the Charles River. Later, take to land and sea with complimentary kayak and bike rentals.
Dine at the hotel’s restaurant the Clink. The name is a cheeky nod to the hotel’s past as a jail, but the sophisticated, seasonal fare is a far cry from prison grub.
Get social with complimentary weekly events on offer such as live blues on Mondays, Tuesday gallery nights, in-house jazz shows, fitness classes, and and interactive-style fashion shows featuring local designers.