Considering the onslaught of just-opened and recently renovated hotels, it's a good time to be a guest in Boston (if a somewhat nerve-wracking time to be a hotelier). How to stand out among the expected 300-thread-count sheets, Frette robes, designer bath products, and 24-hour room service? The glossy waterfront InterContinental outshines the competition (literally - its wavelike structure is swathed in reflective glass) with all of the above, plus a spa, a gym, three novelty restaurants, and one of the biggest ballrooms in town. The quick, courteous employees are a business traveler's dream; the mini-esplanade along nearby Fort Point Channel is a stroller's delight.
Best of Boston 2010: Hotel Bar
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