Honeymoon Suites Around Boston That Will Complete Your Big Day

These rooms are beyond posh for celebrating your first night as husband and wife.

Admirals Suite/Photography courtesy of Boston Harbor Hotel

The balcony of the Admirals Suite. / Photography courtesy of Boston Harbor Hotel

The big night of the big day should be someplace magical. Here, we’ve gathered a few of the best rooms around town for your all-important “carry over the threshold” moment:

Boston Harbor Hotel

On one of the nation’s oldest wharfs, this iconic arched luxury hotel is a no-brainer for celebrating couples. Their Admiral’s Suite is set high above the Boston Harbor for one of the best vantage points in the city. Featuring a private terrace, this luxurious two-room suite has the best of both worlds—cityscapes and water views. A popular choice for newly married couples, it has the utmost privacy with 24-hour in-room dining (we sense a terrace breakfast in your future). When you’re off to your honeymoon right after your stay, the hotel is just a quick seven-minute Water Taxi ride to Logan.

Ebersol Suite Terrace/Photography courtesy of the Liberty Hotel

Ebersol Suite Terrace. / Photography courtesy of the Liberty Hotel

The Liberty Hotel

Since you just added a ball and chain, why not celebrate in a former prison? The Liberty’s 2,200-square-foot luxury Deluxe Ebersol Suite features wrap-around floor-to-ceiling windows for a 270-degree panoramic view of Boston—perfect for those rare moments you aren’t staring lovingly into each other’s eyes. Your kingdom for the night includes a master bedroom, spacious living room, dining room with butler pantry, library, and master bathroom with a dressing room, and a stunning 305-square-foot open air terrace with views of the Charles River, Cambridge, and Boston.

Parkview Suite/Photography courtesy of Ritz Carlton, Boston Common

Parkview Suite. / Photography courtesy of Ritz Carlton, Boston Common

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston Common

The recently refurbished Parkview Suites overlook the historic Boston Common and Public Garden, and have a little inspiration from the grand dame of Boston art-lovers, Isabella Stewart Gardner. She is the muse for all the new subtle touches, as if she brought accent pieces back from her travels abroad just for you to enjoy. Think: pillow shams adorned with Indian elephants and vintage travel trunks. A custom mirror in the suite is inspired by one of her dress patterns, and a dining nook and reading chaise provide comfortable seats for lounging and chatting about your own future travels.

Presidential Suite/ Photography courtesy of Hotel Marlowe

Presidential Suite. / Photography courtesy of Hotel Marlowe

Hotel Marlowe

Overlooking the Charles River and Lechmere Canal, this Cambridge hotel offers the perfect, playful “honeymoon suite” for brides and groom getting married on the other side of the river. The Presidential Suite boasts stunning Charles River and Boston skyline views and adds a bit of whimsy and flirtation with red and blue velvets and faux fur throws. The 1,200 square-foot suite has a luxurious pillow-top king-size bed, marble entry, living area with floor to ceiling windows, a wet bar, dining room table for six and an oversized bathroom with a separate Fuji jet spa tub.


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