Lavish historic hotel located in Bostons Back Bay district
Located in the Back Bay district, the Lenox Hotel Boston is one of the oldest and most esteemed hotels in the Massachusetts city.
Having opened in 1900, this 4-star establishment has seen its fair share of celebrities, and today offers luxury accommodation set amidst a refined neighborhood. Whilst its surrounding may be quiet, the Lenox still offers convenient access to many of the citys most popular attractions.
Each of the establishments 213 guestrooms and suites includes private bathroom with both shaving/make-up and full-length mirrors as well as complimentary designer bath amenities. Plush robes and towels are also featured.
Rooms include a host of modern amenities, including flat-screen television, MP3 docking station/alarm clock, refrigerator, safe, telephone (with voicemail, speakerphone, and free local calls), iron and ironing board, hairdryer, and complimentary wireless internet connectivity. Beds are dressed with luxury linens and include down pillows and duvets.
A daily newspaper can be delivered to guests each morning. All rooms feature views of the city whilst some also include a wood burning fireplace.
Business travelers can make use of the Lenoxs function spaces, which are capable of adapting to the needs of the user. Conferences, seminars, training events, and boardroom-style meetings can all be accommodated. The splendid Dome Room also makes for a fine wedding reception venue.
All guests can make use of the hotels top-range fitness room.
City Table at the Lenox Hotel Boston offers stylish dining that reimagines traditional American cuisine, fusing it with a number of international influences. The restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner. City Bar offers a trendy-but-relaxed lounge and bar for guests to unwind in. Sls (Gaelic for comfort) offers a traditional-style Irish-American bar where guests can enjoy a pint of the black stuff whilst watching Bostons teams on the big-screen.
Guests staying at the Lenox Boston will find the city easy to navigate, and the landmarks and attractions easy to come by. The hotels location puts it close to the likes of Trinity Church, the Prudential Center, and the Boston Public Library. The neighborhood is also home to a range of cafs and other dining options.
Less than a mile from the Lenox Hotel Boston stands Fenway Park, a historic baseball park that is home to the Boston Red Sox. The stadium is a popular destination with sports fans and non-sports fans alike thanks to its heritage. Having been built in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest big league ballpark still in use and worlds apart from todays modern sporting pantheons.
Downtown Boston is a pleasant walkaway or a quick trip on the transit subway. Here guests can enjoy a self-guided tour along the Freedom Trail (simply follow the red brick line) which takes in many of Massachusetts most historically significant locations.
The likes of Boston Common and the New England Aquarium are also popular destination, whilst museums and galleries such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Childrens Museum are worth seeking out.