Boston is a clever city; it's buildings are innovative, the architecture is crafted for 21st century living and the students belong to an academic elite. Both Harvard and Boston University are in close proximity and the city enjoys a young, optimistic vibe for this reason. Premier attractions include the John F Kennedy Library and Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Skywalk Observatory. Follow the students to an arty independent cinema showing new-age films or head over to Agganis Arena to watch Boston University's basketball and hockey teams. Alternatively, escape the students and head to North End, Boston's Italian neighbourhood. Jam packed with restaurants, cafés and bakeries, there is no avoiding the heady smell of freshly baked bread and rich tomato sauce. Absolute bliss. Walking and jogging trails are in close proximity to the hotel - the Boston Common and Charles River bike paths are only blocks away.
Culture & History
Boston is one of the oldest cities in America, founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England. It has since been the scene to key historical events during the American Revolution, such as the Boston Tea Party, Battle of Bunker Hill and Siege of Boston. Walking around this magnificent city you gain an appreciation for its history and culture, as everywhere you look there's a reminder of Boston's past. Discover Boston's rich past by exploring the famous 'Freedom Trail', allowing visitors to wind their way along a route that connects sixteen significant historical sites.
Spa & Wellness
There is no spa at Fifteen Beacon, however in-room massages are available. There is also an exercise room and in-room yoga can be arranged.
There are ADA compliant accessible rooms available in the Beacon Hill Studios room category. Some of these accessible rooms have a walk-in shower, where as one room has a roll-in shower. Each of the rooms feature grab bars, shower seats, toilet support and lowered units.