by Whitney Rife
Set in the ritzy Back Bay neighborhood of Beantown, Four Seasons Hotel Boston overlooks the city’s beautiful Public Garden. Well-appointed rooms and suites display an old-world charm with soft colors and wood accents. DVD players, terrycloth robes, marble bathrooms and down bedding are featured in the rooms, and a complimentary newspaper can be delivered to your door.
A hotel restaurant features floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the gardens, an an indoor swimming pool and spa tub view the State House. Aside from the pool, the hotel caters to children with kid-sized robes, slippers, children’s toiletries and welcome gifts. Complimentary toys, books, games and movies are also available to use during your stay, and children receive milk and cookies at bedtime. Best of all, however, is the Top Secret Ice Cream Club, open from 8 to 9 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. Kids enjoy their favorite ice cream, served by the resident Ice Cream Man, along with their favorite toppings! Plus, children are encouraged to sign the club’s walls and get a souvenir photo. Oh, and did we mention wearing pajamas to the club is encouraged?!
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Our Editor Loves
- Indoor pool
- Children's amenities
- Top Secret Ice Cream Club
The location of this hotel is very good. Located right across the street from the park, its very conveniently located. The service was great and the rooms were clean and well maintained. It’s not the most impressive of their Four Season properties, but its a great place to stay during any vacation or business trip.
Nice hotel beautiful location but poor service. We stayed in the executive garden view suite and we didn’t find the usual welcome fruit and no chocolate at night. I sent the pants to wash they came back dirty so they had to wash it again, the last day The breakfast arrived in the room with half and hour of delay. They also charged an orange juice that was included in the perfect fit breakfast! My son stayed in the deluxe room and in the bathroom there was a curtain for the shower ( a curtain in a five star hotel? ????)