Voted the No. 1 Best Hotel in Boston in 2016 by readers of Condé Nast Traveler, XV Beacon is one of Boston’s most famous historic hotels. Conveniently located near the financial district, this luxury boutique beauty offers an alluring mix of history, architecture, modern comforts, and exquisite service. Immerse yourself in class and style amid the hotel’s turn-of-the-century beaux arts facade, chic decor, original-cage elevators, grand marble staircase, 63 refined guestrooms, and modern amenities.
- Guestrooms and suites are each custom-designed with sophisticated decor, gas fireplaces, and lavish details like Italian marble bathrooms and Frette linens
- Start the day with a smoothie and pancakes, and end it with a fine Wagyu A5 sirloin at the hotel’s destination steakhouse, Mooo.…
- Get insider tips of the city and VIP reservations from the 24-hour concierge team
- Plan a private dinner in XV Beacon’s wine cellar with its fourth-century Roman mosaic
- Take in the Beacon Hill views from the rooftop terrace and hot tub
- Well-behaved dogs are welcome – they even get their own turndown water service
- Explore the city with the hotel’s free in-town car service
The thoughtful, charming staff at XV Beacon is at the heart of what makes the hotel so adored. The concierge team is available 24 hours a day, ready to suggest a delightful jogging route, secure you last-minute Red Sox tickets – or whatever else your heart desires.
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A color palette of charcoal, beige, and chocolate tones decorate XV Beacon’s 63 spacious guestrooms. Sophisticated Louis XV-style furniture compliments the luxurious cashmere throws, cloud-soft bathrobes, and 400-thread-count Frette linens. Many rooms have four-poster beds. In your white Italian marble bathroom, run a bath scented with herbal salts as the gas fireplace adds a cozy glow to a Boston evening, or freshen up with a cool shower under an oversized rainforest showerhead.
If you are in town on business, or are traveling with your pet, XV Beacon has you covered. Get to your meeting in timely elegance via the complimentary chauffeur-driven town car. Use the 24-hour valet laundry and pressing, or the overnight shoe-shine services. Contact the hotel’s Les Clefs d’Or Concierge for Boston dining reservations. If you bring your dog, you don’t pay an additional fee – instead, the hotel suggests a donation to a charitable pet organization.
Order 24-hour room service or head down for breakfast, Sunday brunch, lunch, and dinner to XV Beacon’s on-site, delightfully named steakhouse, Mooo…. Owner-chef Jamie Mammano has created a tantalizing menu of plump steaks and New England seafood sure to delight. If you are planning something special, book a private dining experience in the exceptional wine cellar.
Mooo…. – In this classic steakhouse restaurant, choose from a variety of mouthwatering cuts, including the Creekstone Farms prime dry-aged ribeye and the top-of-the-line Japanese A5 Wagyu sirloin. You could also select a broiled Maine lobster and New England Littlenecks with linguine paired with a fantastic bottle from the award-winning wine list.
The Wine Cellar – With a fourth-century Roman mosaic on the wall, a vaulted ceiling, and foundations dating back to 1722, Mooo….’s wine cellar is the perfect place for an atmospheric private dinner for up for 36 guests, or a reception for up to 75 people.
With a stay in such a beautiful, stylish hotel, staying in will likely be part of your “to do” list in Boston. Relax with a nightcap and sparkling city views from the hotel’s landscaped rooftop deck, unwind with an in-room massage, or work out at the 24-hour gym. Top it off with a great meal and libations at the hotel’s signature steakhouse restaurant.
When you are ready to go out and explore iconic Boston, you are in a prime location in the heart of it all. From Boston Common, you can walk the 2.5 mi / 4 km Freedom Trail, which takes you past the historic Massachusetts State House with its famous golden-domed roof, and the Paul Revere House, owned by Revere, the American Revolution Patriot, from 1770 to 1800. Ask the concierge for a bicycle to hire and explore the Charles River bike path, or browse the stalls at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, where you can also delve into Boston’s culinary heritage, from Boston baked beans to New England clam chowder.
XV Beacon is ideally located in Boston, Massachusetts, in historical Beacon Hill next to the city’s financial center. This luxury boutique hotel is across the street from the 1807-founded private library, the Boston Athenæum, and is a pleasant stroll from Boston Common, the oldest public park in the U.S.
Boston Logan International Airport is just 3 mi / 5 km from XV Beacon.
Park Street MBTA station is a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
The complimentary town car can take you to and from meetings or excursions around the city.