Review // The Eliot Hotel

Several months ago, I attended an event at The Eliot Hotel in Boston. There was a raffle, and I won a free night at the hotel! Lucky me! My husband and I recently cashed in on that prize and spent a night in the hotel. I wanted to review it for my followers, in case anyone is looking to book a Boston hotel. To note, this isn’t sponsored in any way, just an honest recap.

So did we like it? We loved it! It’s in a great location right on Comm Ave in Back Bay. The location is perfect for hitting all the neighborhood has to offer: shopping, restaurants, and the Comm Ave Mall with beautiful walking paths. A gorgeous lobby (albeit on the small side – this is an old building, after all) and super friendly employees. The hotel has standard rooms, one-bedroom suites or two-bedroom suites. We stayed in a one-bedroom suite and let me tell you: the extra space was really nice! Especially when most city hotel rooms run small.

The lobby:

A view into the bedroom from the living room:

The bathroom was modest in size (don’t forget the building is old) but updated and modern:

Don’t mind me, just myself right at home:

Perfect mirrors for an #ootd when you match the curtains:

A quick room tour for you, apologies for the light – it was a bright day!

There is a restaurant in the hotel, UNI, and it’s supposed to be fabulous. But we dinner reservations elsewhere and didn’t take advantage. Sidenote: the hotel has 24-hour room service, which I’m not mad at. For breakfast the next morning we opted to head just around the corner to Trident Books and Cafe. Had the most delicious breakfast there and highly recommend!

Our stay was quick, but I hope to get back soon! I highly recommend if you’re looking for a hotel in Boston. The perfect mix of classic old-world Boston with modern conveniences.

Enjoy!

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