Between Market by Jean-George and W Lounge, there's little reason to venture out for wining and dining.
Located smack in the middle of Boston's theater district, W Boston is a shiny bauble in the midst of the ruddy Victorian buildings so common of the area. Backlit glass and shining steel reflect off passing cars, creating a strobe of excitement and panache. How appropriate for an area associated with performance arts.
Past the huge lobby and smiling front desk folk, 235 rooms await you, your companions, and even your pet if so desired. Break a morning sweat at SWEAT (where dogs are not allowed … come on now), and get a few emails sent off at the WIRED business center before heading out to tour this historic city.
Swing back when it's beer o'clock, and pull up a chair at W Lounge. When hunger calls, pick up and say hello at Market by Jean Georges, where seaside-inspired décor plays host to the great Chef's take on French, Italian, Asian, and even New England dishes. The results will require a napkin, and likely dessert.
Now, if you're one with expectations to match your appetite, book the hotel's EXTREME WOW SUITE. This may seem like a hefty promise, but this top-floor corner penthouse with fully stocked wetbar delivers the goods.