This luxurious, waterside hotel is regally perched at Rowes Wharf, with easy access to the Boston Harborwalk, many waterside restaurants, and various boat cruises (which the concierge is happy to set up). One of BHH’s unique charms is that it hosts so many events right on site, from weekly alfresco movie viewings in the summer to outdoor fires and cocoa in the winter—plus the Boston Wine Festival, held every year from January through March.
Thinking about visiting Boston? We’ve got you covered. The city is known for its sports culture and huge baseball arenas (as well as its clam chowder, obviously), but it’s got a ton more to offer than that. From shopping till you drop to some lip-smackingly good restaurants and the most perfect spot to grab a cup of coffee, Time Out has all you need for a great stay. But everyone knows the only thing that can ruin a well-planned trip is a bad hotel - so we’ve got you sorted on that front, too. Read on for our roundup of the best hotels in Boston for your travels.