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The Colonnade Hotel

Boston, Massachusetts

Our Rating

The Colonnade Hotel is a stylish boutique property in Boston's trendy Back Bay neighbourhood close to shops, museums and restaurants. 

Having recently undergone a $25 million renovation, The Colonnade is an chic, urban oasis that exudes contemporary luxury.  Lounge by the glamorous rooftop pool with its impressive views of the Boston skyline, while drinking cocktails and enjoying the live music that is hosted there in the summer months.  There is also a state-of-the-art fitness centre onsite, as well as restaurant Brasserie Jo, which serves sumptous French cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  The bar also stays open late into the evening.


Luxe Guest Rooms - There are 285 luxuriously appointed modern rooms with floor to ceiling windows offering fantastic views of downtown Boston.  Featuring a pillow topped mattress on the bed, 37" LCD flat screen TV, dining table/work centre, marble bathroom with a rain shower head and plush bathrobes, each room is elegant and comfortable.

Suites - There are nine suites that feature floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Boston and the Prudential Center.  There is a king sized pillow topped bed in the bedroom with 400 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linens and a down comforter, a sleeper sofa in the living room, a fully stocked wet bar, 42" flat screen LCD TV and Keurig coffee maker.

Why We Like It

The Colonnade Hotel provides guests with a sleek and contemporary environment that reflects modern Boston and makes a refreshing change from other traditional Brownstone accommodations in the area.   


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