The Eliot Hotel is set on one of the most beautiful boulevards in America, a stone’s throw from fashionable Newbury St. shopping, Copley Place and Boston’s major art galleries and cultural attractions, as well as universities and research centers. This historic, boutique hotel provides European luxury and unique elegance not found in other downtown Boston area hotels.
A home away from home for business people, vacationing families and international travelers in downtown Boston, guests are struck by the exceptional feeling of warmth and comfort in the exquisitely decorated suites and deluxe rooms. Concierge services are highly personalized at The Eliot, as staff strive to satisfy the needs of every guest – be they man, woman, child or pet. The Eliot Hotel is first choice for downtown hotels because of its historical presence offering a warm boutique touch of Paris in Boston.
The hotel’s 95 soundproofed guestrooms are decorated with dark-wood furnishings and French doors separate living and sleeping areas. Rooms include complimentary wireless Internet, iPod docking stations and satellite television. Stocked minibars are included in all rooms, and microwave ovens and refrigerators are available upon request.
Guest baths feature Italian marble countertops and bathrobes and complimentary Damana toiletries are included. The hotel provides complimentary cookies in each guestroom upon arrival. All rooms are non-smoking.
Built in 1925, the hotel features a brick façade on tree-lined Commonwealth Avenue. Chef Ken Oringer, James Beard Award winner for Best Chef in the Northeast and winner of the Food Network’s Iron Chef Competition, has made The Eliot a renowned culinary destination. Restaurant Clio and Uni Sashimi Bar, both named among the “Best Restaurants in America” by Zagat, are located in this elegant boutique setting. Valet parking, a doorman, and bellhops are provided.
The lobby features white marble walls accented with emerald trimmings and Persian rugs. Clio, the hotel’s Parisian-style restaurant, serves entrees including organic chicken, Maine lobster and California squab stuffed with foie gras. Uni, the adjoining sashimi bar, serves Japanese cuisine featuring Kobe beef, tempura, and sushi. The hotel’s concierge is available to assist guests with arrangements from dinner reservations to Red Sox tickets or tours of Boston’s Freedom Trail. Past the mirrors, brass banisters and glass chandelier of the lobby, a pair of ornate brass elevators carries guests to their accommodations. This is a smoke-free property.
Guest will enjoy on a complimentary basis:
Complimentary newspapers Monday through Saturday
Complimentary access to Boston Sports Club
Business Center with PC and printer
Complimentary overnight shoeshine
79 luxury suites and 16 deluxe guest rooms with personalized room preferences
Flat panel, high definition televisions
Hair dryer, iron and ironing board
Down comforters and designer throws
In room safes
370 Commonwealth Ave
Boston, MA 02215