Luxury Hotels: Are you a history buff, shopaholic, food enthusiast or wine connoisseur -or all of the above? We're not talking about a village in Europe but our very own Boston, Mass., the hub of New England, where the past seamlessly co-mingles with the present. The city's combination of history, scenic charm and culture are hard to find elsewhere. It's no surprise then that Boston was voted by Conde Nast Traveler as the third most visited city by American tourists.
Nestled among the city's historical gems is the Boston Harbor hotel, a former protective battery built in 1666, situated on Boston's postcard-worthy harbor at Rowe's Wharf Marina with breathtaking views of the Atlantic. The past is not too distant a memory, as the harbor still is bustling with activity; private yachts from around the world pull in and out of port and events such as Operation Sail and the BT Global Challenge never fail to draw crowds every year.
Each of BHH's 230 lavish guest rooms reflect the rich historic character of the waterfront and offer magnificent views of the scenic harbor or the impressive city skyline. BHH's world-class restaurant, Meritage, offers guests unique, wine-friendly, entrees changed seasonally including Kobe beef, Ostrich, Partridge, New York State foie gras, Nantucket scallops, and Vermont pheasant. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, the BHH and Boston's diverse offerings are sure to make for a memorable experience. Despite its military history, we promise your stay at BHH will be charming and peaceful, whatever your fancy.
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