We stayed at the XV Beacon in July. We were in a suit that cost over $500. The room upon first glance was really nice. Big windows, cool design, nice bathroom etc. However when we looked a littler closer there we things that were not so nice. The cover on the bed had a big stain on it, the light fixture was all cracked, and best of all there were foot prints on one of the curtains. They obviously are not keeping things very clean
The other thing that seemed a little strange to me was that the concierge recommended the same awful Italian restaurant to several guests that were staying at the hotel. None of us liked it at all. The restaurant must be giving kick backs. We had asked the hotel to suggest a really good Italian restaurant, and this certainly was not.
I must say that with the exception of conceirges , the rest of the hotel staff were very nice and helpful
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- XV Beacon Hotel reigns over Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood in its turn-of-the-century landmark Beaux Arts building. The modern furnishings counterbalanced by a grand staircase of marble, mahogany paneling and original caged-glass elevator reflect how past lives transform into the present. The 63-room luxury boutique hotel, recognized for peerless personal service, sophisticated interiors and luxurious custom amenities, distinguishes itself with its sense of heritage, peacefulness of home and utmost discretion. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Xv Beacon Boston
- Xv Beacon Hotel Boston