Named after the Patron Saint of Travelers, The Inn At St. Botolph is located in central Boston, with key places of interest such as Copley Place, Boston Public Library, Fenway Park, USS Constitution Museum and Boston Common nearby.
Much like its sister hotel, the XV Beacon, The Inn At St. Botolph’s modest modern interiors is enhanced by the traditional luxuries that travelers often look for when on the road. Executive travelers, couples on a romantic getaway and even families on extended holidays are sure to find that The Inn At St. Botolph may just be their home away from home.
The Inn At St. Botolph is unique in that guests are guaranteed to receive a great deal of value for their lodging – rooms are spacious, charming, and well-appointed; location is excellent and within easy walking distance to all the major places of interest and the subway. All this, however, in lieu of a full time staff: guests are given an access code that will allow them to buzz themselves in and locate their rooms on their own upon arrival; rooms are serviced on a weekly instead of daily basis (unless otherwise specifically requested), so guests typically clean up after themselves. For those who don’t mind acting as their own caretaker, The Inn At St. Botolph comes highly recommended.
Since The Inn At St. Botolph is located in a residential neighborhood, parking is limited to nearby garages, such as Prudential Center parking (617-236-2300), Garrison Street Garage (617-859-1928), Dartmouth Street Garage (617-266-9200).
With its interior designed by Hall of Famer Celeste Cooper, guests are sure to be drawn in by the plush décor and the functional hi-tech appointments – all provided to bring comfort and ease to The Inn At St. Botolph’s clientele.
Each room contains elements that ensure a restful and pleasant stay: sunny bay windows, queen-size four-poster bed, generously sized desk for work or dining, fully outfitted kitchenette, and private bathroom. Other in-room amenities worth mentioning are video intercom with security camera, WiFi and direct internet access, 42” High-Definition LCD Flat Panel TVs, queen-size, four-poster beds with custom linens, swing-arm reading lights, iPod/iPhone docking station with clock radio, original works of art, designer furniture and fabrics and gas fireplaces in one and two bedroom suites.
In addition, the Inn’s rates are inclusive of:
- Daily continental breakfast served in the lounge
- Private keyless entrance
- High speed and wireless internet
- Phone service within US & Canada
- Premium satellite service
- Lounge with fireplace, TV and daily newspapers
- iMac business center
- Maid service & laundry facilities
- Fitness Center with state-of-the-art cardiovascular equipment
- Rusk bath amenities
For an extra charge, guests can request for enhancements to personalize and customize their stay and experience when reserving rooms online. From fresh flowers in the room to a crib and linens, or 1 hour in-room massage, the staff is trained to cater to each guest’s specific need.
Although off-site, The Inn At St. Botolph has common ownership with these highly celebrated restaurants in Boston:
Mistral boasts of Chef/Owner Jamie Mammano’s French Mediterranean cuisine. Located in Boston’s South End, the restaurant’s décor spells warmth and sophistication.
Teatro is located in the theater district looking out over the Boston Common and serves classic Italian dishes with a modern twist.
Sorellina is the sister restaurant of celebrated Chef Jamie Mammano’s Mistral. Mammano, along with Executive Chef and partner Robert Jean have created a modern Italian Mediterranean cuisine that provides a one-of-a-kind gastronomical experience.
Mooo… is located within the XV Beacon Hotel on Boston’s Beacon Hill. It features Chef Jamie Mammano’s contemporary take on the classic steakhouse menu. Mooo… also has a noteworthy and award-winning wine list.
L’Andana features Tuscan-inspired, wood-grilled fare. Once again, Chef Jamie Mammano lends his culinary expertise to capture the freshness and simplicity that is the very essence of Tuscan cuisine. The establishment exudes the traditional Tuscan look punctuated with modern textures and colors.
Boston’s Back Bay is teeming with incredible structures and historic 19th century brownstones housing diverse shops – from designer boutiques to specialty stores. The Inn at St. Botolph is strategically located right in the city’s center with Boston’s premium attractions and the subway within walking distance.
Key points of interest are:
- Boston Symphony Hall
- Wine Emporium
- Prudential Center of Boston
- Newbury St. & Hereford St.
- Copley Place
- Boston Duck Tours
- Boston Public Library
- Back Bay Station
- Freedom Trail
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
- Children’s Museum
- Museum of Science
- Fenway Park
- Faneuil Hall
- Boston Public Garden
- Charles River Esplanade
With its spacious accommodations, customized service, central location and affordable rates, The Inn at St. Botolph is a true Boston gem.
The Inn at St. Botolph
99 St. Botolph Street
Telephone: (617) 236-8099
Fax: (617) 236-8088
Skype: (617) 681-7099