Three of Boston’s luxury hotels have ranked as the best, again, according to Forbes Travel Guide.
The Guide has rated luxury hotels, restaurants and spas around the world for over 60 years. They use “inspectors” to classify amenities and spaces on 900 standards.
The 3 Boston area hotels at the top of their game are….
1. The Boston Harbor Hotel
A “beautiful blead of Boston’s colonial past and chic present,” with “traditionally decorated, brocade-bedecked rooms” and to notch dining options. Let’s not forget… Location, location, location. Situated by the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and overlooking Boston Harbor make this iconic hotel popular with locals and visitors.
2. The Four Seasons
This Boston staple of luxury on Boylston Street invites guests to “expect to be spoiled.” Views of the Boston Public Garden in Spring never disappoint.
3. Mandarin Oriental Boston
Style and space define this Prudential Center favorite. The Mardarin “exudes a sense of modern luxury. There’s a granite embellished lobby starring an eye-catching long gas fireplace. With guest bathrooms “larger than most New York City apartments to say the least.” and a 16,00o square foot spa, this hotel oozes plenty of plush and lush.
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But wait, there’s more!
5 other New England hotels also returned to the list! Behold: Cape Cod’s Wequassett Resort and Golf Club, The Wheatleigh in the Berkshires, The Ocean House and Weekapaug Inn both in Rhode Island, and Twin Farms resort in Southern Vermont.