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I am currently staying at the Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro under less-than-ideal circumstances: while my husband has major surgery down the street at MGH. I lived in Boston for more than 20 years before moving to northern Massachusetts and am therefore very familiar with...More
In a fantastic location just a block from the Boston Common and Public Garden, is the Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro. This hotel is located in the heart of Beacon Hill on Charles Street in an early 1900s building.
I have stayed at this hotel...More
Having read many of the stellar reviews written about this Hotel, we had high expectations; perhaps too high. The room we had (201) was small, there was no coffee machine and the ‘heater’ in the bathroom made a noise like a DC3 taking off. On...More
Arriving at the Beacon Hill hotel by car could be a bit intimidating as there is no parking and I wasn't sure how to check my luggage in. As I stopped outside a check shirted young man came out of the door, so I rolled...More
The location of this hotel is great, based on Charles St, in the gorgeous area of Beacon Hill with its red brick streets, and opposite Boston Common.
Staff were really helpful: we checked in quite late, and they only had a small room left, but...More
Visit this historic and ritzy Boston neighborhood to soak up its classic New England charm as you stroll down cobblestoned, gas-lamp lined streets. Bring your walking shoes, camera, and select a nice day to wander through the hilly neighborhood and check out its exclusive addresses. Louisburg Square, Mt. Vernon street, Chestnut street and the extremely narrow and widely photographed Acorn street make a nice walking
path. Make sure to meander down Charles street to poke into boutiques and antique shops, cafes, and restaurants on this quaint shopping street. Don’t forget to catch a glimpse up close of the State House with its beautiful and iconic dome.