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XV Beacon Hotel / Review

Nestled in between historic stone buildings dazzling with ornate facades, at the top of Beacon Hill, you will find Fifteen Beacon. This boutique hotel quickly stole my heart with its authentic Boston feel, original cage elevator, and eye-catching pieces of art hanging throughout the hotel.

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Our room was clean and serene, the bed + linens were luxuriously soft, and I was happy to have the gas fireplace to warm myself up on those cool Boston nights. The cashmere throw at the end of the bed was a nice touch as well.

The bathroom was small, yet filled with gorgeous details. I just loved that sink. We stayed in a contemporary classic room, so we had a combination rainforest shower and deep tub. The bath products smelled divine, and the towels were plush. If we remembered to turn on the towel warmer, we had warm, plush towels. The best.

With only 63 rooms, the service is personable and timely. My absolute favorite part about our stay were the two Lexus house cars available for guests. We had one driver in particular who was a joy to ride with, and taught us all about Boston. The city is often referred to as a “walkable city.” Indeed, it’s possible to walk the entire city. But we’re talking miles and miles, and that’s not my idea of a vacation. We were also told the cab fares would be inexpensive, and they were not (nothing is inexpensive in Boston). Being able to use the hotel’s complimentary car service saved us so much money, and the cars were fabulous.


 Fifteen Beacon Hotel, Boston

Chic Rooms| Perfect Location | Stellar Service


Where’s your favorite place to stay in Boston?

xoxo,

Christie

{all images original to KiKiMac}

 

 

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