The Ritz-Carlton is ideally situated across the street from the Boston Common and is just a short walk to the historic Freedom Trail, shopping at Faneuil Hall Marketplace or a play in the Theater District. Boston Common is the oldest public city park in the United States, and its colorful history dates back to once being the camp by the British before the Revolutionary War.
What makes this property so unique is its on-site amenities. From Jer-Ne restaurant located on the first floor to The Sports Club/LA on the top floor, the hotel has everything that you need right at your fingertips and best of all, it's pet friendly for those who like to travel with their four-legged friends. The Sports Club is more of a fitness center lover's dream complete with a spa, pool, café and salon. Jer-Ne takes guest on a culinary journey with appetizer flatbreads and entrees such as the grilled ribeye steak.
The service here is impeccable and they will personally customize your stay if you provide a little information. For example, they will add some special touches if it's your anniversary or are celebrating a special occasion.
The Presidential Suite here undoubtedly offers the best stay in town complete with an all-encompassing view of the Boston Common. The 1,680 square foot spacious suite has a gas fireplace, dining room, master suite with California king sleigh bed, Bang & Olufsen sound system, telescope, flat screen television and exclusive club lounge access. The other 193 guestrooms offer upgraded amenities since the hotel's $11 million renovation in 2008.
Be sure to request a room with club access, which includes a nice continental breakfast, light lunch, and drinks in the evening with snacks and desserts. If you are looking for an unforgettable stay, The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common will certainly deliver.
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