Suite of the week: Bedroom Suite at The Eliot Hotel in Boston, MA

Suite name: Bedroom Suite
Resort: The Eliot Hotel, Boston, MA
Size of accommodation: 450 sq ft
Cost per night:  $295-$485 depending on time of year
Who’s stayed there? Stephen King, John C. Reilly, Kevin Kline, Meryl Streep, Kris Kristofferson, Geena Davis, Michael Winterbottom, Andrew Shue, Elisabeth Shue, Carly Schroeder, Charlie Kaufman, Chris Cooper, Martin Scorcese, Lisa Loeb, Bill Murray, John Grisham, Uta Pippig (German marathoner), Todd Field, Stewart O’ Nan and guest conductors of the Boston Symphony Orchestra
What makes it special?  The ability to cater to each guests’ needs and requests, and  allowing celebrities to reside in a luxurious, dignified setting without the intrusions of crowds and commerce.

Bedroom suite at The Eliot, Boston











In fashionable Back Bay, steps away from the boutiques and restaurants of Newbury Street and within easy reach of Boston’s medical and biotechnology centers and universities, guests of the four-diamond Eliot Hotel bask in the luxury and service experienced in the finest European hotels.     From the moment you enter The Eliot Hotel, you will be impressed with the refined details cultivated throughout the hotel.

These  bedroom suites  are exquisitely decorated and outfitted with the finest amenities.     Signature robes, complimentary overnight shoeshine, marble bathrooms, high-speed and wireless Internet access, and nightly turndown service are a few of the features that you will enjoy.

Bedroom suite at The Eliot, Boston











Guests may also visit the James Beard award-winning Clio Restaurant and the sleek Uni Sashimi Bar for a contemporary fusion of French and Asian cuisine, all prepared by Chef Ken Oringer.

The  concierge can make arrangements for any of Boston’s many cultural treasures, from tickets to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, or the Museum of Fine Arts to dinner reservations, Red Sox tickets or tours of Boston’s Freedom Trail.

Comments (1)

  1. irene says:

    looks great and very welcoming – great hotel location as well with some fab shopping at newbury street very close.

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