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Presidential Suite, The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

10 Avery Street, Boston, MA 02111, USA

Hotel Name
The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

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The Ritz-Carlton has a long pedigree in Boston, first arriving in the historic city in 1927 to elaborate fanfare and quickly becoming a favorite haunt of the city’s elite. Though its new incarnation opened in 2001 in the form of a sleek 35-floor tower, it doesn’t skimp on the glamor.

A caramel-hued marble lobby with moody lighting and an elongated Art Deco bar, manned by smartly dressed bartenders rattling cocktail shakers, makes for an impressive first impression. 

Take the elevator to the 12th floor where you’ll find the Presidential Suite. The first thing you notice is the view, thanks to the enormous wrap-around windows in the lounge overlooking the adjacent Boston Common and the skyline beyond.

The suite even has a telescope to enable you a closer look at the abundance of iconic landmarks in your view line.

Furnishings are a modern take on classic design in tones of gray, toffee and a warming flicker of pumpkin. A generously proportioned curved sofa faces a statement fireplace positioned in a floating wall. On the other side is an eight-seat dining table lit by a statement chandelier.

Other benefits include a separate study and a large soaker tub with Asprey amenities. The spacious bedroom offers dazzling views of Boston’s gold-domed State House. 

Those staying at the Presidential Suite are granted access to the exclusive Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge located on the hotel’s top floor. Often described as a ‘hotel within a hotel’, guests can take advantage of culinary delights from morning till evening. This includes an evening presentation of seasonal New England favorites such as local cheeses, Maine lobster, Nantucket scallops, and Massachusetts calamari. 

The dedicated concierge can help create the ultimate itinerary to explore the city and beyond. And thanks to the hotel’s downtown location, you couldn’t be better positioned.

CompanyThe Ritz-Carlton, Boston
Price per night ($)9,500
Profile typeEnhanced
Award winnersTop City Suites
Number of bedroomsOne bedroom
Features - in suiteFireplace
Business facilities
Dining room
Floor-to-ceiling windows
Walk in wardrobes
Welcome gifts
Wellness facilities
Leisure facilities - HotelBasketball court
Pet friendly
Squash court
Family/Child friendly
Size of master bedKing (152 × 198cm)
Number of bathroomsTwo bathrooms
Number of floorsOne floor
Disability aidsHotel facilities for disabled guests
Entire unit wheelchair accessible
Adapted bathroom features
Upper floors accessible by elevator
Accessible parking
Visual aids: Tactile signs
Visual aids: Braille
Emergency cord in bathroom
Step free access throughout suite
Auditory guidance
Food and drink facilities - HotelPrivate Dining
Number of restaurantsOne restaurant
Business facilities - HotelBoard room
Event space
Conference room
Lecture theater
Exclusive guest servicesDedicated concierge/guest relations manager
ViewsCity views
Transport optionsAirport transfers
Luxury brandsDyptique
Sustainability initiativesLED lighting
0-25% (Energy - Renewable sources)
Community initiatives
Recycling systems - Food
Reduced waste
Recycling systems - Plastic
Recycling systems - Paper/card
Bed linen brandFrette
Suite typeCity
Gold 2024, Access
Gold 2024, Luxury
Silver 2024, In-Suite Facilities
Silver 2024, Sustainability
Bronze 2024, Technology

Meet Your Host


Hilary Green

Senior Sales Manager

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

10 Avery Street, Boston, MA 2111, USA

Whether it’s because it's one of the oldest towns in America or it’s the home of world-leading academic institutions, Boston is often lumped with the unfair assumption that the city is stuffy and serious. Yet, take one step into the demur and sophisticated lobby of The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, and those preconceptions are swiftly forgotten. Located in downtown, today The Ritz-Carlton, Boston basks in the halogen glow from the nearby Paramount Theatre and Boston Opera House, the home of the Boston Ballet. 

Each of the hotel’s 193 rooms and suites takes inspiration from traditional craftsmanship, with details that honor the city’s famous past inhabitants, such as Edgar Allan Poe and Ralph Waldo Emerson. There is direct access to an Equinox gym, where guests can access the luxury club’s unmatched wellness and fitness offerings.



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