- RESIDENTIAL-STYLE COMFORT
Relax into spacious, contemporary luxury in our 215 accommodations, including 41 suites. Four Seasons service enhances every detail of your stay.
- JAPANESE DINING AT ZUMA
Taste the innovation of Zuma, the global culinary destination renowned for Japanese izakaya cuisine. It’s one of three options for Four Seasons dining and drinks.
- SPA SOPHISTICATION
In our seventh-floor spa, Four Seasons sets the standard for indulgence, featuring skincare and massages designed to rejuvenate both body and mind.
- OASIS IN THE CITY
Take a refreshing dip in our 64-foot (20-metre) swimming pool curving along a spectacular wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. Lounge poolside with seventh-floor city views.
- BOSTON’S NEWEST EVENT VENUE
With two sunlit ballrooms, five function rooms and an outdoor terrace, One Dalton Street is Boston’s new leading-edge address for meetings, events and weddings.
- MASTERFUL URBAN DESIGN
With a gently curving triangular form, this 61-storey tower was designed by Harry Cobb of Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, one of the world’s most distinguished architects, along with Cambridge Seven Associates.
- CATCH A GAME AT FENWAY PARK
Watching the Red Sox at Fenway is a Boston tradition. Opened in 1912, this is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball – and it’s just a five-minute drive or a comfortable 15-minute stroll from Four Seasons. Let us arrange a behind-the-scenes tour, a premium suite and player meetups.Details
- VISIT THE LANDMARK NEXT DOOR
Completed in 1894, the majestic First Church of Christ, Scientist, stands right next to Four Seasons. Explore the fascinating Mary Baker Eddy Library and the world-famous Mapparium, a stained-glass globe you can step inside.Details
- MARVEL AT THE MASTERPIECES
Come for a private tour of Boston’s stately Museum of Fine Arts. Among the highlights are Van Gogh’s “Houses at Auvers,” Renoir’s “Dance at Bougival” and an entire gallery dedicated to John Singer Sargent.Details