Location, Location, Location:Back Bay overflows with incredible architecture and is brimming with historic 19th century brownstones that showcase an eclectic mix of designer boutiques, specialty stores and restaurants. The Inn @ St. Botolph is nestled in the center of the City within walking distance to Boston’s finest attractions and just one block from the Prudential Center and subway.
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|- Whole Food Supermarket ||- Copley Place |
|- Boston Symphony Hall ||- Hynes Convention Center |
|- Wine Emporium ||- Newbury St. & Hereford St. |
|- 7 Eleven ||- Prudential Center Parking |
|- Prudential Center of Boston ||- Boston Public Library |
|- M Subway Stop ||- Newbury Street |
|- Shaw's Supermarkets ||- Boston Duck Tours |
|- Back Bay Station|
Parking:Please note that the Inn is in a residential neighborhood and parking is limited. Nearby garages include: Prudential Center Parking (617-236-2300), Garrison Street Garage (617-859-1928), Dartmouth Street Garage (617-266-9200). Please call our office for further assistance.
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Freedom Trail:This well-traveled path follows sixteen historic sites and tells the story of the patriotic men and women of the Revolutionary War. The trail is a must-do for anyone wishing to experience the rich history that makes Boston famous. Private guided walking tours are available.
Museum of Fine Arts:The MFA is Boston’s traditional fine arts museum. It is home to an exquisite collection of works by some of the worlds most renowned artists, including Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh. The museum itself is an architectural treasure housing both permanent and revolving exhibits and is not to be missed. Some special exhibits require advance tickets.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum:Housed in a 15th-century Venetian-style palace since 1903, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum features a stunning collection of over 2,500 paintings, sculptures, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts, rare books and decorative arts. Here at this intimate and culturally-rich treasure, guests can experience some of the most recognized artists in the world including Titan, Rembrandt, Michelangelo and Botticelli.
Childrens Museum:For over 90 years, the Boston’s Children Museum has helped children and their families understand and enjoy the world in which they live. From an authentic Japanese House to the fascinating Recycle Shop, visitors are only limited by their imagination. And with a dedication to the curiosity and realism of children, the museum is able to provide an interactive approach to science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.
Museum of Science:As a legendary landmark of Boston, the Museum of Science features a revolving schedule if IMAX films, planetarium shows, and a two-story Van de Graaf generator, capable of producing 2.5 million volts of electricity. These in addition to hundreds of other exciting exhibits, 3-D animations, and live presentations make the Museum of Science one of Boston's most popular attractions.
Fenway Park:is the oldest major league baseball park in the United States. Its small, intimate atmosphere and menacing “Green Monster” allow you to feel like you are “in the game.”
Faneuil Hall:has played an integral role in Boston for more than 250 years. The Marketplace features more than 100 fine shops and 17 restaurants and pubs, and more than 40 eateries in the Quincy Market Colonnade.”
Boston Public Garden:designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, is famous for its Swan Boats. The garden has more than 600 varieties of trees and an ever-changing array of flowers. It is America’s first public garden.
Charles River Esplanade (Hatch Shell):Located on the south bank of the Charles River from the Museum of Science to the Boston University Bridge, The Esplanade is the popular name for the parkland first established in 1910. Visitors can get a true feel for the area as they stroll along miles of riverside paths, enjoy picnics in the park, and outdoor concerts at Hatch Shell.
The Inn @ St. Botolph enjoys common ownership with these celebrated Boston-area restaurants. Embark on a true culinary adventure, where choices from French Mediterranean and Italian specialties to classic American favorites are just minutes away.
Gracious. Sophisticated. Seductive. Distinctive. Mistral, Boston’s acclaimed French restaurant from celebrated Chef/Owner Jamie Mammano. Located in the city’s stylish South End, Mistral showcases Chef Mammano’s uncomplicated French Mediterranean cuisine, highlighted with the season’s finest ingredients. Inspired by the wind that sweeps through the south of France, the restaurant’s décor is reminiscent of Provence with hand-picked French pottery, high ceilings and arched floor-to-ceiling windows that evoke warmth and sophistication.
Teatro, located in the theater district overlooking the Boston Common, offers a modern approach to classic Italian dishes. The design of Teatro is both elegant and informal. The open kitchen and high arched mosaic ceiling give the room a theatrical presence. Teatro offers a full bar and wine list. Full menu is available at the bar.
Sorellina, the sister restaurant of acclaimed Chef Jamie Mammano’s Mistral provides an intense look at regional Italian food with a modern twist. Mammano and Executive Chef/Partner Robert Jean have created a contemporary Italian-Mediterranean cuisine in an upbeat and sophisticated environment. Sorellina’s wine list features hidden Italian gems to complement any dish.
Mooo…, located on Boston's Beacon Hill, is a modern steakhouse within the luxurious XV Beacon Hotel. Chef/Owner Jamie Mammano uses his culinary expertise to create classic, yet modern steakhouse dishes. The warm modern décor provides a relaxed, sophisticated atmosphere. Mooo… also offers a full bar and an award-winning wine list.
L’Andana Grill www.landanagrill.com
Inspired by its namesake Trattoria nestled in the olive groves of the foothills of Tuscany, L’Andana deconstructs the rustic look of an old world farmhouse and recreates it just north of Boston. End-grain wood floors, weathered barn board, steel, Italian mosaics and chandeliers made from old wine barrels combine with shades of bronze and touches of verdant green to create the modern equivalent of the faraway countryside.
The Inn's rates inlcude:
- Daily Continental Breakfast
- Modern, Accessorized Kitchenettes
- 42'' flat screen televisions with DirectTV Service
- Private Keyless Entrance
- High Speed ethernet and Wireless Internet
- Phone Service within US & Canada
- 25% discount off select Restaurants
- iMac Business Center
- Maid Service & Laundry Facilites
- Fitness Center
- Rusk Bath Amenities