Plush old-school vibe is brimming with classic charm.
House restaurant is the birthplace of the Boston Cream Pie. Satisfy your curiosity and your sweet tooth in one bite.
Every US prez since Grant has stayed here… think of it as White House 2.0.
Past hangout of literary greats, including the legendary Saturday Club, and site of Dickens’ first reading of A Christmas Carol in 1867.
Valet parking $55/night.
24-hour fitness center.
Pets OK under 25 lbs, $125 flat fee.
Room approximately 120 sq ft.
Mini fridge available on request at $15 per stay.
2 bars onsite. We recommend Last Hurrah and Parker’s Bar.
Parker’s Restaurant serves regional cuisine.
Room service available.
What Our Bookers Think
81% Liked It (1,813 Ratings)
The hotel was amazing. However it’s haunted for sure. If you like haunted places it’s definitely a place to visit. I had to change rooms and the hotel staff was extremely helpful due to a ghost in my room the first night I was there.
8 months ago
DJ who assisted us to our room, was incredibly helpful, went over and above... also with a wealth of history!!
9 months ago
Room was older and outdated. Also very small for the price. Much better hotels in Boston for the same price with more room.
8 months ago
Need to Know
Rate displayed is per night, per room. Each room is guaranteed to fit 2 people. Extra guests are at the hotel’s discretion and may be subject to additional fees.
Check-in 4pm. Check-out 11am.
21+ to book.
Photo ID and credit card required at check-in.
100% non-smoking rooms.
Resort fee of $23 per night per room collected by hotel.