Welcome To The Eliot Hotel
One of the Top 15 Hotels in Boston, Condé Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Choice Awards
We are ready to welcome you back!
We are relieved to inform you that The Eliot Hotel is officially reopening on Monday, June 8th, after having to close for the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope this message finds you safe and well. The unprecedented consequences of this pandemic have certainly been a challenge for all of us, and our hearts are with those who have experienced any personal loss.
At The Eliot Hotel, a mainstay of the Back Bay since 1925, our small, private hotel with impeccably prepared suites, is a safe and comfortable home away from home, where the health and safety of our guests is our utmost priority. We have implemented the most robust safety protocols as recommended by the CDC, OSHA, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and by industry-wide standards, including multi-level sanitization protocols, social distancing protocols and migration to touchless operations.
Please be assured that the attention to detail that has always been a hallmark of our personalized guest service will be evident in our approach to ensure the highest level of safety for our guests so that you may have confidence in returning to The Eliot, where we will welcome you warmly and safely as soon as you are ready to travel.
Your patronage and loyalty mean everything to us.
When planning where to stay during your visit in Boston, why not treat yourself to spacious comfort, personalized service and award-winning dining at Boston’s premier luxury suite hotel? Offering a touch of Paris in the heart of downtown Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, The Eliot Hotel is the ideal business and social hub just moments from it all.
Set on one of the most beautiful boulevards in America, our boutique hotel is a stone's throw from Boston’s famous art galleries, cultural attractions, Fenway Park and designer shops at Copley Place and Newbury Street. The Financial District, Hynes Convention Center, Cambridge and top universities like Harvard, MIT and Northeastern are also just moments away.
The Eliot is more than a hotel – it’s a nationally recognized fine dining hotspot. Our historic hotel is home to celebrity chef Ken Oringer’s UNI, a Zagat-rated "Best in the U.S." restaurant recently named "Best New Restaurant" by Boston Magazine. Make a reservation at UNI during your stay, and treat yourself to an unforgettable culinary experience.
Guests love the quiet comfort of our European-inspired guestrooms and suites, each beautifully appointed with graceful ikat fabrics, sumptuous luxury bedding, Italian marble countertops and the finest upscale amenities. All accommodations include complimentary Wi-Fi, fully stocked mini-bars, plush bathrobes, flat-screen HD TVs with streaming capabilities and special extras like turndown service, welcome gifts and nightly shoe shining.
This is my favorite hotel in Boston...
This small boutique hotel is full of ambiance, comfort, charm and delightful service. The spacious rooms are beautifully appointed - the king beds are like sleeping on a cloud. The internet accessibility and places for plug-ins are adequate. I always carry an extension/multiple port device to handle all of my electronics. The sitting area, desk and bathroom are more than comfortable. The staff are all exceptional in spirit and efficiency. This is my favorite hotel in Boston - I've stayed there many, many times.
The staff, especially at the front desk and doormen are exceptional...
This is our second time staying at the Eliot. Our week-long stay was outstanding. The location is close to Fenway and walking distance to the stadium, gardens, commons, and restaurant. The staff, especially at the front desk and doormen are exceptional—friendly, helpful and experts on the area. The rooms are beautiful. We will always stay at the Eliot.
What a wonderful hotel!
What a wonderful hotel. It's so lovely to stay somewhere where all the staff make you feel so welcome. The hotel is in the desireable area of Back Bay, a 25 minute walk to the park (which suits us being out of the centre). Adam, Kate, Arthur and Blessed - thank you SO much for your hospitality. Of course, Kevin and the other doormen were fantastic, as were Mae and the other breakfast team. I cannot say enough good things about this hotel, the only way to find out is to stay there and enjoy :)
We were well taken care of in every way!
This was a great place to stay, in general, but more specifically for the marathon. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. The staff was top notch. The location is excellent. We were upgraded to a suite and that made the whole experience that much better. It is an older boutique hotel but very charming and warm. We were well taken care of in every way! I would stay here again with no hesitation! I heard several marathoners asking to book for the following year as they were checking out. We walked to the buses for the start (not that far but seemed really far in the torrential rain downpour, ha ha) we walked to Fenway and we walked home from the race. Less than a mile in all of the above. The only downside to walking home from the finish line is the closed roads because of security so it took/felt longer than it should have...but just know that in advance and look up what roads are closed. Super stay!
Highly recommend a stay at the Eliot for its tremendous charm, superb Back Bay location, and excellent service. We were upgraded at check-in to a generously-sized suite with zero street noise and every amenity for a comfortable and luxurious stay. Easy walk to restaurants and shopping on Newbury Street. The valet and front-of-house teams were highly responsive and professional. The furnishings are contemporary but the property has a charming, old school feel. I wouldn't hesitate to come back.
Can't say enough good things about this hotel!
Can't say enough good things about this hotel! Booked a regular room but got a complimentary upgrade to a suite. Spacious and beautifully furnished, our suite had comfortable beds and was very quiet. The concierge was responsive and helpful. Every time I walked through the lobby, I was greeted pleasantly. Valet parking was easy. Location was perfect for our visit to Northeastern and would be great for shopping Boylston and Newbury Streets. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!
Hope to return someday!
I just spent three nights here (solo, on a work trip) and could not have been more pleased with my visit, from start to finish! I tend to obsess on hotels when I travel; I'll book multiple places in advance, then decide later on "the perfect spot". This was the case with my mid-March visit to Boston and I was thrilled with my ultimate choice of The Eliot Hotel. I'd requested a suite on an upper floor with a view, and was richly rewarded with a corner room on the 7th floor that featured three windows and a prime view of the Commonwealth & Mass Ave intersection. The suite itself felt sprawling and apartment-like, especially compared with most cookie-cutter hotels. I felt comfortable and "right at home" moments after walking in. And speaking of cookies, the double chocolate-chip welcome gifts were a nice surprise too! Every staff member I encountered - starting with Arthur at the front desk on arrival - was sincere, friendly and helpful. I was truly charmed by the hotel's combination of modern comforts with the refined elegance you'd expect from an impeccably maintained 1925 property. I am so glad to have bypassed the usual corporate hotel choices for this classic "Old Boston" gem. I will be recommending The Eliot for a long time to come, and hope to return someday!
Great boutique hotel in Boston
Spent just one night at the Eliot and will absolutely return! The room was lovely, the staff extremely pleasant and helpful, and the location was perfect for us. Although we usually drive to Boston, car trouble mandated we take the train. The walk to the hotel from the station was not too long and allowed us to take in some sights on the way. The room, a small suite, was perfectly furnished, clean and beautifully decorated. French doors separated the small living room from the bedroom. Best of all we walked to Fenway Park for a playoff game, and back again at the end of the night. Staff was so friendly and accommodating! Great boutique hotel in Boston.