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Boston, Massachusetts / XV Beacon

Dressed in a suave Beaux-Art suit, this boutique gent brooding in the heart of Boston’s Beacon Hill is a real life Gatsby in 21st century hotel form.

XV Beacon has moved with the times over its many years tucked away from the crowds of the main streets. Yes, its original caged lift still occupies the lobby, and the intimate, custom-designed rooms are made up of Art Deco accents (2000s-style), specially commissioned artwork, integrated fireplaces and antique furniture; but it does love it’s techy-toys and flashy cars too (did somebody say complimentary Lexus?). Boston’s forward-thinking ethos (earning it the title The Cradle of Liberty) has shaped this burly 10-storey building into a place that doesn’t bat for one specific team, and with nothing ever too far away, it wholly encourages visitors to see what all the fuss is about. From the prestigious Louisburg Square that claims some famous former residents, to Boston Common and Massachusetts State House down the road.

It’s obvious to see how it has ensnared many an award, including “Best Hotel in Boston” and making it into Preferred Hotels and Resorts’ ‘Legend’ collection (the portfolio’s ultimate luxury hotel list). Preferring the finer things in life, this independent property spares nothing when it comes to its discreet and personalised service – including the very well-connected concierge – and the aptly named Mooo….; the hotel’s steakhouse that’s fond of hosting wine pairing dinners with bottles from the private vaulted cellar that also houses a Roman mosaic dating back to the 4th century.

Travel notes:

  • 63 rooms and suites
  • Central location within a short distance from Boston’s attractions including the Charles Street Meeting House and Boston Athenaeum, one of the oldest libraries in the USA
  • Offers up a very private and residential vibe with only 7 guest rooms on each floor
  • Rooftop landscape garden and yoga, boxing and spa treatments in the suites are some in-hotel highlights
  • Complimentary Lexus to anywhere within a 2 mile radius and to the airport for a fee
  • XV Beacon celebrates diversity and is Gay Travel Approved®, actively supporting the LGBTQ+ community

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When to visit New England

New England has four distinct seasons and is truly a year-round destination. In the summer season, days are sunny and warm, but the night air can sometimes be cooler in northern mountains and coastal regions. The fall months bring the best travelling weather where the air is crisp and cool. The winter season is snowy, with around 35 inches per year in the south of the region, whilst the upper mountains receive over 100 inches annually. Spring is mild but showers can be expected.

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