Once home to a jail, Beacon Hill’s The Liberty Hotel is one of Boston’s hidden gems. Showcasing a unique blend of history, high-style luxury and homegrown warmth, the hotel is perfectly positioned for travellers to get the most of Boston.
What makes the hotel so distinct is its history. The Liberty Hotel has transformed from Charles Street Jail, a national historic landmark and architectural gem built in 1851, to a sleek 298 room hotel.
According to their website, a team of designers and architects collaborated with historians and conservationists from the Massachusetts Historical Commission, the Boston Landmarks Commission, the National Park Service and the Boston Redevelopment Authority to ensure that the end result is a careful balance between preservation and dynamic new use.
Each of the rooms and suites at The Liberty has been renovated to maintain the historic nature of the landmark building. Inspired by the hotel’s location, Boston, Massachusetts’ former Charles Street Jail, it provides views the Boston skyline and Charles River.
Each room is kitted with a king or queen bed, television, bathrobe, in-room safe, mini bar, two VOIP telephones and a four-fixture bathroom with environmentally–friendly Molton Brown bath and body care products.
The 5 restaurants and bars on the property caters for all taste buds. Chef turn ordinary ingredients to one of a kind, fresh fine dining meals.
After dinner, guests can enjoy daily themed evenings. Liberty Affairs are complementary and are meant to be energetic, educational, and social.