From cell to celebrated, The Liberty, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston rules with multiple dining spots, free internet, and a Charles River locale in the heart of Boston. Originally built in 1851, the once-famed Charles Street Jail now hails as the Liberty Hotel offering 298 rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows, free high-speed internet, flat-panel HDTVs and designer toiletries. Guests link in to work tasks via the on-site business center. Six dining and drinking options kick off a delicious culinary adventure. For a fee, the hotel offers valet parking and allows pets. Situated next to the T line, the hotel is in Beacon Hill neighboring the Charles River. A half-mile stroll south leads to Boston Common, while the Bruins face off less than a mile away at TD Garden. The Museum of Science and Kendall Square are within walking distance of the hotel. Logan International Airport is three miles away. The Liberty, A Luxury Collection Hotel's "cool vibe" comes courtesy of "beautiful" digs, a "great location in Beacon Hill" and "nice restaurants and bars," say our guests.
This Luxury Collection Hotel at the foot of Beacon Hill provides luxurious surroundings and amenity-filled accommodations for all level of travelers; a central location to community, art, and entertainment venues, and an onsite restaurant specializing in local organic cuisine. Dogs are allowed for an additional pet fee of $100 per room, and there is a pet waiver to sign at check in.
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