|"Beautiful hotel and great staff"||(in 52 reviews)|
|"Good restaurant and excellent breakfast."||(in 18 reviews)|
|""Great location, amazing view, beautiful lobby""||(in 23 reviews)|
|"CLINK was a disappointment."||(in 6 reviews)|
|"There’s no parking and no warning."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Don't stay on a Fri/Sat night."||(in 21 reviews)|
|great location||in 157 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 147 reviews|
|staff is very friendly||in 141 reviews|
|room was small||in 136 reviews|
|coffee in lobby||in 79 reviews|
|lobby bar||in 67 reviews|
|late at night||in 58 reviews|
|interesting history||in 46 reviews|
|great restaurants||in 41 reviews|
|parking was expensive||in 37 reviews|
|across the street||in 25 reviews|
|clink||in 24 reviews|
|boston||in 23 reviews|
|loud music||in 19 reviews|
|destination fee||in 18 reviews|
|bathroom sink didn't drain||in 12 reviews|
|beacon hill||in 10 reviews|
|charles river||in 7 reviews|
|many times||in 6 reviews|
Great atmosphere, historic building! Concierge even made 9 degrees sound fun at our 8 am wake up call... hard to do. Overall very unique and satisfying experience. Clink was a unique dining experience. Breakfast was delicious, the lemon chive hollandaise was top notch but the flavor notes were subtle. I couldn't be more pleased!
I'd use it again
Clean and comfortable. Good valet staff.
$50 parking... conveniently not mentioned prior to arrival. Asked for 2 queens and got a king. Nothing but 20-somethings in the lobby any time I was in it (ZZZzzzzzz). As I almost live in hotels, I care about the mix for my own sanity and it would be nice to have a more professionally/intellectually diverse mix. Inconvenient access to AC plugs at the desk. Occupancy sensors suck. No mint:)
The liberty staff, amenities, location and feel were top notch.
I did not like how thin the walls connecting the rooms were. It was hard to fall asleep at night a few nights we were there because there was no sound buffer.
Not overly impressed
Pretty much everything
We've always enjoyed staying at the Liberty.
Very friendly staffs.
Free Wifi only for 2 devices per room & it's not the high speed for playing games. Upgrade is $20 extra.
Unique experience but buyer beware
The hotel is very unique for sure. How often do you get to stay in a prison in luxury? The staff is very friendly, and the glass of sparkling wine at check in was lovely. The quiet lobby turns into a very lively nightclub in the evening. Our view was a tiny slice of the Charles river and the Royal Sonesta Hotel.
The price for everything from drinks to breakfast is obscene. My husband and I had breakfast in Clink Sunday morning, I had Bacon and eggs, with 6 pieces of red potatoe,and two cold pieces of toast. My husband had the same except he had sausages that were undercooked, and we each had coffee. The total came to $59.92 without tip. We didn't get menus, just ordered, so we were stunned. Buyer beware!!
Awesome vibe - very cool experience
Customer Service was amazing - staff was efficient, friendly and helpful. Over all feeling of this place is customer-centric without being stuffy or gratuitous -Would love to go back again!
It was a little hard to get to off the highway - but not much they can do about that ;)
Bar at night was so packed you couldn't get a drink.
andre and young man from new jersey was the best person who hever attended me at a hotel . Top notch.
the business center and gym need an upgrade
We've stayed at the Liberty several times. We love it. Great location, great restaurants, and the lobby is amazing.
The brick work was super cool and the location is top notch. Walking Charles street and public garden was amazing
If you stay in the jail rooms the lobby can get a little roudy, but bar closes at 2am so it's quiet after that
The staff was very friendly and courteous. Location was excellent for my needs
Price was way too much for the room and amenities. Very poor value for the money. Does not compare to the Four Seasons or the Ritz in comfort price or amenities. Room was not very comfortable and to charge $19.95 for high speed internet per day is outrageous.For the price it should be complimentary. Would not stay there again.
Housed in an iconic Boston landmark and originally built as a prison in 1851, the Liberty Hotel is a unique luxury property with a fun, modern atmosphere and design that honors the building’s rich history.
Liberty Hotel underwent a restoration in 2007 and in 2016; an $11 million dollar investment pushed the hotel into luxury. The 298 rooms at the hotel are stylish and elegant, with interesting decorative elements that incorporate the incarceration theme, and upscale bathrooms with separate rain showers and soaking tubs. Details such as framed skeleton keys, heavy vaults for bedside tables, and earth tones make the rooms classy while giving praise to history. Amenities include quality Luxury Collection beds topped with Frette linens, large flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and minibars.
The Liberty features three restaurants and two bars, each with a distinct dining option. Multiple dining options combined with a fitness center, 24-hour business center, indoor and outdoor event space, and pet-friendly accommodations all make this hotel one of the best values in Boston. The intriguing back story and architectural grace make it one of the most attractive hotels in the area.
Located in Boston’s Beacon Hill community and two blocks from the Charles River, the Liberty is just a short walk to lots of shopping, dining, and tourist sites such as the Charles River Esplanade, the Museum of Science, and the Boston Common. The hotel is also a 10-minute drive from Fenway Park, Harvard Square, Harvard University and Faneuil Hall.
The Liberty is popular with couples and business travelers but is also a great choice for visitors interested in history.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Guests with existing The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, can make full changes or cancellations without a charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival, as long as the change or cancellation is made by 30 June 2020. For guests making new reservations at The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, between today and 30 June 2020, reservations may be changed or cancelled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival date. For more information, visit the Mariott Response to COVID-19 page.
Aside from an extraordinary inner-city location and remarkable history, the hotel delivers unparalleled service and attention to detail. Recognized as one of the best hotels in the entire country by U.S. News and regularly voted one of the most popular hotels in Boston by the Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards, it is easy to see why people travel from far and wide to stay. If you are fascinated in the architecture and history of the building, speak to the concierge staff who are happy to arrange a tour of the hotel for you.
Indulge in a stylish getaway and reserve a Deluxe King Courtyard View Room. Situated on levels 2 through 7 and featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, you’ll have a magnificent view of the landscaped courtyard, which used to be the jail’s exercise yard. There is plenty of space to relax either in the lounge chair by the window or at the elegant wooden desk. Available for approximately $621 per night, the rooms have environmentally–friendly Molton Brown bathroom products.
A trip to the hotel or the city of Boston in general is not complete without visiting Scampo. An innovative Italian restaurant that is steered by legendary chef Lydia Shire, the combination of flavors and culinary style is amazing. Blending inspirations from Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, dishes include deviled crab risotto and wagyu tagliata.
Catching an Uber from Boston Logan International Airport is a cheap and popular option, with the drive taking roughly 15m in good traffic. The trip will cost approximately $20, with drivers arriving on the lower arrivals level at the designated App Ride/TNC pick up area. Alternatively, you can board the SL1 Silver bus and travel to South Station where you will need to change to the Red Line train. Exit at Charles/MGH Station and the hotel is only a short 350 ft walk.
A complimentary yoga class is run once per week, on Saturday mornings at 10:00 am. The class follows a Vinyasa style routine, with mats provided. A dedicated jogging map is available from the front desk, with handy tips and local knowledge to help plan out your run.
The hotel transforms into an art gallery every Tuesday evening, with local exhibitors featured between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm. Get ready to flaunt your flair on Thursday nights, when the lobby becomes an interactive fashion show. Starting at 10:00 pm and carrying on late in to the night, DJs and designers create a party atmosphere. The Liberty Bar is a hotspot for music, with live blues on Monday nights and live jazz on Wednesday nights. (Prices checked 03/06/19).
The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston is located at 215 Charles Street in West End, 1 km from the centre of Boston. Charles River Esplanade is the closest landmark to The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston.
Yes, The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston does not offer free parking.
No, The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston is 2,4 km from Boston Harbor SPB. The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston is 5,1 km from Boston Logan Intl.
Yes, The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston does not have a pool on-site.
The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.
West End is known for: urban renewal, riverside parks, sports pubs