The Lenox: prestige and old-world style

The Lenox: prestige and old-world style

The charmingly old-fashioned Lenox transports you to turn-of-the-century Boston, a time when the art of hospitality was at its highest point.

Built in 1900 by a relative of Winston Churchill and the Duke of Windsor, and just steps away from the Boston Public Library, The Lenox quickly became an institution in Boston. Behind its Italian Renaissance-inspired facade are 214 rooms and suites in old European style with mahogany furniture and crystal chandeliers. The hotel's warm and cosy atmosphere has attracted many celebrity guests over the decades, including Judy Garland, George W. Bush, Michelle Pfeiffer, John Travolta, John Kerry, and Anne Hathaway. The list is long, and it contributes to the Lenox's sense of mystery and legend. Besides an award-winning restaurant, the hotel also has a gym. If you prefer your workouts to take place outdoors, bicycle rentals are on offer.

The Lenox Hotel
61 Exeter Street
Boston, MA 02116

+1 617 536 5300

Rooms: from 235 USD