About The Eliot Hotel
This handsome hotel in a 1925 neo-Georgian brick building with stone accents is well-located in Back Bay, steps from Newbury and Boylston streets. The 95 guest rooms and suites feature an Old World décor with a cream-and-brown color scheme, ikat and toile fabrics, separate pantry areas and well-placed lamps that give the room a cozy glow. One- and two-bedroom suites offer living rooms with queen-size sleeper sofas separated from bedrooms by double French doors. Common areas include a small black-and-white-marble lobby, which leads to reception, and chef Ken Oringer’s lively restaurant, UNI, for creative, seafood-oriented Japanese cuisine alongside craft cocktails and rare sakes. The property lacks an on-site spa, a fitness center and a swimming pool, but complimentary guest passes to the Boston Sports Club around the corner are available.
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