The Lenox provides everything a business or leisure traveler could need or want but starts with our stellar location in Boston’s most coveted neighborhood. A little big city, Boston, especially historic Back Bay, is known to tease its visitors as “New York’s beguiling cousin” for its blend of slick cityscape architecture, vintage Victorian row houses and stylish sensibility. History meets avant-garde in this perfectly picturesque, walkable enclave that spans the banks of the Charles, the serene charm of brownstone-lined Marlborough, the head-turning glam of fashionable Newbury and the pulsating action of bustling Boylston. Here you’ll find everything imaginable to tease your every whim – so much in fact, guests return again and again. Start with a stroll on Newbury Street, just steps from our front door, where you’ll find a bevy of boutiques, art galleries and sidewalk cafes. And when you’ve satiated your appetite for our ‘hood, you’re always just minutes from other iconic downtown Boston neighborhoods such as Beacon Hill, The Waterfront, Chinatown and the North End.
History meets avant-garde in a postcard picturesque, walkable enclave spanning the banks of the Charles, the galleries of Newbury and the bustle of Copley
We look forward to welcoming you to the historic Lenox Hotel in one of the best locations in Boston!
Exploring Boston, or The Hub as locals call it – is considered an art form – a scintillating journey of the mind, body and soul that can easily span hours, days – even multiple visits. Setting out on-foot is the most popular way to explore America’s most original city and the birthplace of the American Revolution. From our nation’s historic Freedom Trail to the horticultural masterpiece known as Boston Public Garden, our seasoned concierge simplifies the City, offering expert planning and tips for guests eager to absorb the abundant array of sites and scenery. For the more adventurous, Lenox’s exclusively guided helicopter service curates a thrilling tour of Downtown Boston and Waterfront, historic Back Bay and surrounding neighborhoods with stunning aerial views of USS Constitution, Fenway Park, Harvard Yard, Bunker Hill Monument and even Lenox’s iconic red rooftop sign. To echo Longfellow’s Paul Revere’s Ride: “One if by land, two if by sea” …But whatever mode you choose– please be sure to stay at the Lenox for the ultimate boutique experience.