In fashionable Back Bay, steps away from the boutiques and restaurants of Newbury Street and within easy reach of Boston's medical and biotechnology centers and universities, guests of The Eliot Hotel bask in the luxury and service experienced in the finest European hotels. From the moment you enter The Eliot Hotel, you will be impressed with the refined details cultivated throughout the hotel. The 79 suites and 16 guestrooms are exquisitely decorated and outfitted with the finest amenities. Signature robes, complimentary overnight shoeshine, marble bathrooms, high-speed and wireless Internet access, and nightly turndown service are a few of the features that you will enjoy. Guests may also visit the James Beard award-winning Clio Restaurant and the sleek Uni Sashimi Bar for a contemporary fusion of French and Asian cuisine, all prepared by Chef Ken Oringer. Clio also offers catering for private events and meetings at the hotel. The concierge can make arrangements for any of Boston's many cultural treasures: from tickets to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, or the Museum of Fine Arts to dinner reservations, Red Sox tickets or tours of Boston's Freedom Trail. Welcome to The Eliot Hotel Boston, Massachusetts, a place where hospitality and elegance reflect a long-standing tradition of excellence.
Hotel Address:Directions to Hotel
- The Eliot Hotel
- 370 Commonwealth Avenue
- Boston, MA 02215
- United States
From Logan International airport follow signs to the Ted Williams Tunnel/I-93. Follow signs for I-93 and then take I-93 North to Exit 26, "Storrow Drive/Cambridge". Follow the signs onto Storrow Drive and stay in the middle lanes. Drive 1.5 miles to the Fourth exit on the left marked "Fenway/Kenmore". Stay in the right lane of the ramp, (KENMORE SIDE), and go straight to the 3rd light. Turn left onto Commonwealth Avenue. The Eliot Hotel will be on your right after 1.5 blocks, just before the intersection with Massachusetts Avenue.
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Banquets & Meetings
More than 20,000 square feet of meeting space. The classic and elegant Eliot Hotel offers guests a unique opportunity to hold private parties or meetings in the private dining room or, for larger groups, in the prestigious adjoining Harvard Club. The combination of the two classic properties creates a unique Boston experience for guests planning private parties and meetings. The Eliot's Commonwealth Room boasts one of the only working fireplaces in the city, seats up to 60 and is catered by Clio's award wining chef, Ken Oringer. The hotel's English-style Boardroom is perfect for corporate meetings or small dinners with seating for 10. The Harvard Club offers a choice of 11 distinctive rooms with grand floor to ceiling windows overlooking tree lined Commonwealth Avenue and seating capacities from 30 to 450 guests for private parties and business meetings.
Comprehensive handicap access.
Fine Dining on Site
World class restaurant Clio and Uni Sashimi Bar with famed Chef Kenneth Oringer.
The Eliot Hotel offers guests complimentary passes to the full service Boston Sports Club located just steps away from the hotel.
High Speed Internet
In-room high speed and wireless internet.
The concierge is ready with suggestions for families to make their vacation an unforgettable experience. Cribs are available at no charge and toddlers are treated to a rubber duck, kid-friendly shampoo and bath toys. Children under 18 stay free. Babysitting services available.
Pet-sitting services available.
Jogging & Running
The nearby Charles River Esplanade (two blocks from the hotel) provides a beautiful and convenient location for joggers of all levels to run or walk along the riverside, to view the city away from the concerns of traffic. Joggers maps are available in guest rooms to plan your daily run.
Steps away from Newbury Street shops and restaurants.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Child Programs
- - Pets Allowed
- - Dining
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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