Characterised by elegant simplicity and old world Boston charm, the Four Seasons Hotel Boston enjoys a prime location overlooking the city’s famous Public Garden. Featuring popular swan boat rides, sweeping green spaces and perfectly manicured gardens, the Boston Public Garden is a city oasis. Four Seasons Boston is also within walking distance to the theatre district, premiere dining destinations, and excellent shops. The spacious, newly renovated rooms and suites open onto enticing Public Garden and city views, whilst the Health Club and Spa boast the added luxury of a forty-five-foot indoor heated pool and whirlpool. Nowhere is the famed Four Seasons service more noticeable than in the hotel’s Bristol Restaurant and Bar, an upscale rendezvous with floor-to-ceiling windows where executive chef Jessica Biederman showcases modern New England cuisine underpinned by a host of seafood specialities and fresh house made pastas. The Four Seasons Hotel Boston is the ultimate luxury escape in New England.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season pricing for New England is typically between November and April, and high season between July to October. Prices are based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated) excluding flights. Flights, child prices and single room supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
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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