A multimillion-dollar redesign transformed The Ritz-Carlton, Boston into a haven of modern luxury, but weaved into the hotel are elements that honor the heritage of Colonial craftsmanship and the soothing presence of nature. This elegant interpretation of the past is at the heart of this downtown hotel, from in-suite motifs inspired by the likes of Edgar Allen Poe to the Avery Ten, a collection of martinis named for the cocktail bar’s address.
•1950s-inspired Avery Bar offering hand-crafted cocktails and signature martinis in a mid-century modern setting
•Artisan Bistro featuring modern American cuisine crafted with local, seasonal ingredients
•Access to the adjoining Equinox Sports Club and Spa for a daily fee (complimentary for Club Level guests)
•Extensive meeting and event space including a new ballroom with space for up to 300 guests
•193 guest rooms and suites overlooking Boston Common or the city skyline
•Club Level accommodations with lounge access including complimentary culinary offerings and a dedicated space for work, relaxation and dining