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Boston and Cambridge welcome guests to the cradle of American history

As the place where many thrilling events of Colonial American and the Revolutionary War took place, the Greater Boston and Cambridge region is perfectly situated to welcome guests into historic lodgings, some dating from the 1700s. Historic hotels and other historic lodgings are numerous in Boston and Cambridge and nearby Concord. Many of these 18th- and 19th-century hotels and inns boast period furnishings, and owners who are happy to discuss the period with visitors. Historic lodgings in Concord, for instance, place guests close to the Ralph Waldo Emerson House, The Orchard House where Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women,” The Old North Bridge, The Battle Road Trail, the Concord Museum, and Walden Pond. In Boston, historic lodgings are near to the Boston Common, and Boston Public Garden.

138 St. James Avenue Boston, MA, 02116 Phone: 617-267-5300 Toll-Free: 800-441-1414

Time honored elegance in a classic Back Bay Hotel

Elegance has been its style, while a history rich in name and detail has been its calling card since 1912. Today it holds the AAA Four Diamond Award as a centrally located, Back Bay luxury hotel in the midst of popular historic sites and celebrated boutiques on Newbury Street. Unparalleled comfort and superb amenities blend with the rich colors of the 383 newly renovated and culturally themed guestrooms and suites with high speed internet access, Keurig or espresso coffee maker, LCD flat screen TV, on-demand movie selections and windows that open. Plan a romantic getaway, a wedding, special event or meeting and discover how the times may have changed, but the essence of a great hotel never does.