Best Hotel in Back Bay Boston The Loews Hotel

    One of our favorite hotels in Boston hands down

    The Loews Boston hotel blends historical touches with modern sophistication, making the hotel stand out and enjoy your stay. The location is perfect for guests who want to walk around and explore the heart of Back Bay. Easy to find transportation, tourist sights, and a variety of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. I will highly recommend dining at the restaurant the hotel has underground, the food is excellent, and the place has a speakeasy-style and an outdoor terrace below street level. The rooms are clean and have a modern chic style, with high-tech amenities; great staff very kind and helpful, Loews Hotel has to be one of the best hotels I’ve ever been to, I enjoyed my stay, and they’re among the nicest in the neighborhood for the price.

    Modern hotel for business travelers and tourists

    A little history of the Loews Hotel which makes it that much more awesome. If you didn’t know the comfortable, 225-room Loews Boston Back Bay Hotel, with its beautiful, cozy rooms, and it’s amazing staff was once an office building built in the 1920s, best known as the Boston’s police headquarters throughout the last century.

    Today, the Loews hotel pays homage to both its police headquarters history and its 1920s roots. There is a conference room in the hotel which has photos of the hotel and policeman from back in the day. Outside of the rooms in the lobby next to the doors there is the original name of the judges which gives you the 1920’s vibes, it is so cool, you appreciate the history of the Loews Hotel and Boston. The restaurant, Precinct Kitchen + Bar, has a speakeasy-style, and excellent cuisine like I mentioned before, while the hotel’s interior decor has a chic, clear Art Deco influences. The lobby is gorgeous, it has rich wood paneling, marble tile floors, a circular banquette, and Deco chandeliers, while the adjoining lounge has blue carpets, a big, two-sided white stone fireplace, and plush gray and blue seating. The lounge is great for all guests (mostly business travelers) who take advantage of the comfy couches, library tables, and TVs. The coffee bar which has free beverages and snacks helps add a more social atmosphere to the hotel for family or work meetings.

    The Rooms

    The rooms at Loews Hotel are modern, spacious, and clean. They dont have that hotel feeling to them, it feels more like a modern apartment stay.  Decorated in shades of white, and blue; the beds have white Frette bedding, white padded headboards, and blue bed runners. All rooms have Keurig coffeemakers water bottles and a small fridge that can be used for snacks or to keep beverages nice and cool. The bathroom is very spacious; it had a bathtub and a regular shower which was very cool. The rooms are quite high-tech, with free Wi-Fi, 46-inch LED Smart TVs and outlets and USB ports on both desks and nightstands. Also, there was a couch and coffee table in front of the bed, which is excellent if you want to eat breakfast, have a snack or just read your newspaper and relax in private. I can’t forget the desk in the room, it is very convenient for people who want to do some work in the room, or just use their computer. Overall the stay was great, From the moment you walk in, the staff is very kind and are on top of things, if you need any help. The lobby/coffee area is great if you want to relax before you head out to the city, and we can not forget the restaurant, you can definitely tell the chefs love what they are doing in the kitchen.

    Recommended for both personal and business travel.

    Rooms were discounted but the opinions are our own.

    To book a stay, go to: https://www.loewshotels.com/boston-hotel

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