What was once a bank is now a hotel and restaurant—which means your morning pastries are baked inside a former vault. The Langham first appeared in the Financial District in 1922 as the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston; in 1981,the building morphed into in-city accommodations, becoming a Langham property in 2004. The above-average experience begins in the majestic lobby, recently treated to a $6 million renovation (those chandeliers!). The rooms feel more like residences, with European furniture, plush bedding, Italian marble bathrooms and skyline views. Ready to hit the town? Start with a toast in The Reserve, the lobby-level champagne lounge, or perhaps a martini and appetizers inside BOND Restaurant and Lounge. You’re best off saving your big in-hotel meals for the daytime: The Reserve also serves traditional English afternoon tea, and Cafe Fleuri hosts a celebrated Sunday brunch and a Saturday chocolate buffet featuring more than 100 decadent desserts.
|Venue name:||Langham Hotel Boston||Contact:|
250 Franklin Street
at Post Office Square
|Cross street:||between Pearl and Oliver Sts|
|Transport:||State T .|
|Price:||Rates $240-$450 double.|