This new hotel marks the second Four Seasons property in Boston and is located in the heart of Back Bay—steps from global business, art and music. With a focus on wellness—including an entire floor dedicated to the hotel’s spa, pool and fitness center—and great dining options, you’ll love what’s on offer, whether you’re visiting the city for business or just for fun.
The 61-story glass skyscraper makes for a great home base. The hotel is about half an hour from Boston’s Logan Airport, close to the T (that’s the metro system, for first-timers) and is a quick walk to must-see spots, like Newbury Street and Fenway Park, as well as to the many great restaurants, museums and concert halls in Back Bay itself.
Sleek and modern are the words the hotel uses to describe itself—and the description is spot on. From the glass façade of the property to the sophisticated offerings inside, the vibe is chic and lux. There are 215 rooms and suites—with a number of “specialty suites,” including the 1300-square-foot Charles Suite, which features an 8-person dining room and the 1600-square foot Presidential Suite, which sits on the 21st floor and comes complete with a grand piano (impromptu concert, anyone?). The rooms themselves boast floor-to-ceiling windows, offering spectacular city views, with lots of white, greys and wood tones throughout. Along with the hotel rooms, there are privately-owned residences as well, should you decide you really never want to leave.
Nothing beats having a stylish place to stay when you’re visiting a city, whether the trip is for business or pleasure. And this hotel checks off all those boxes. The “guitar pick” shape itself, as we’ve mentioned, begs to be recognized, as do the floor-to-ceiling windows and the art throughout the property. One of the coolest features, perfect for either unwinding post-business meeting or relaxing after a day of walking The Freedom Trail: “The Wellness Floor at One Dalton,” the seventh floor wellness sanctuary where you can try everything from cryotherapy to a massage with custom-mixed essential oils in one of the spa’s five treatment rooms to the 24-hour fitness center to the on-site salon. Of course, no city escape would be complete without some great food. And even in a city with lots of terrific dining options, the choices at Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston leave their mark—and that includes its signature restaurant, Zuma. This location marks the 12th for the restaurant, where you’ll not only find Japanese favorites along with over 70 (!) sake variations. In addition to Zuma, there’s One + One, for breakfast and lunch, and on tap is the Trifecta Bar (opening fall 2019). Rounding out the offerings? Seven meetings and event rooms, where you can host everything from a conference to a wedding.
Booking with First in Service means you’ll get breakfast for two (which you can have in your room or at the restaurant), a $100 hotel credit, a room upgrade, if available, and a welcome note at check-in.
Pack your bathing suit—even during Boston’s cold winter months—and take a dip in the cool, curved indoor pool and then lounge in the chairs that line the perimeter. Also noteworthy: The hotel can arrange private tours of some of Boston’s most iconic sites, including Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, and the Museum of Fine Arts.