A small boutique hotel with beautifully furnished guestrooms, Boston’s Eliot Hotel is known for its ambience, comfort and charm.
Set in downtown Boston’s well-heeled Back Bay neighbourhood, the historic Eliot Hotel finds itself in the midst of tree-lined streets and designer boutiques, art galleries and patio cafes set in stately brick townhouses. Adorned with Italian marble, stately beds and beautiful fabrics, rooms are havens of European-style elegance with added modern-day comforts. The Eliot also lays claim to one of Boston’s best restaurants, the award-winning UNI. Helmed by celebrity chef Ken Originer, this is a lively izakaya offering exquisite sashimi, sushi and small plates.
This is a hotel that takes pride in providing a first-class service, from the warmness of its staff to its welcome gifts, complimentary overnight shoeshine, convenient valet parking and free passes to the nearby Boston Sports Club. You’ll also find strong environmental practises throughout the hotel, from the LED lighting and ultra-low flow toilets to the fully integrated recycling program.
The Eliot Hotel, at a glance
- Upmarket boutique hotel set in Boston’s affluent Back Bay neighbourhood
- Originally built in 1925, complete with vaulted, marble-lined lobby
- 95 tastefully decorated guestrooms and suites with elegant details
- Plush mattresses piled high with luxurious pillows and premium linens
- Italian marble bathrooms, most with walk-in showers
- Modern amenities include flat-screen TVs and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
- Award-winning dining at destination Japanese restaurant UNI
- Personalised service and hospitality
For leisure and pleasure
- Free use of the nearby Boston Sports Club
- Steps away from Newbury Street’s boutique shopping
- Array of complimentary services including overnight shoeshine and nightly turndowns
- Convenient valet parking
- Knowledgeable concierge
- 24-hour room service