Boston Gay Hotels


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One of the places that you should check out while in Boston is The Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro particularly its bistro which has become an institution when it comes to Boston dining. And why settle with just dining when you can stay in their hotel that will let you taste their culinary wonders throughout the day?

Attractive, the Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro is open and welcome to all types of guests most especially gay and lesbians. Calm yet inviting, The Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro has the perfect spot in the vibrant city of Boston. This hotel is smaller with only few selected guestrooms thus giving intimacy and more personalized services to each guests. Its smaller size compared to luxurious hotels in Boston doesn't mean that they lack the required facilities. That makes The Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro, quiant yet still provide the most comfortable stays for all guests.

Experience the real charm of Boston with The Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro.


39 Dalton Street


From one of the world's most popular hotel chain, Sheraton Boston Hotel is perfect for those who don't want to take risk when it comes to their accommodation. Be one of the first to experience its $55million- renovation. This hotel is close to Logan International Airport as well as popular attractions for shopping and dining. Paint the town red at gay bars and clubs nearby. The city of Boston is one of the frontiers when it comes to gay rights movement with various celebrations and festivals to honor and fight for gays' freedom. Have a blast by staying at the Sheraton Boston Hotel which is located right at the heart of Boston center. Venues for gay activities are just a few meters from this hotel. Friendly staff will be happy to assist you when looking for gay-friendly attractions and establishments. They can recommend the best gay scenes in the city . Amenities and facilities like sauna and fitness centers are gay-friendly. Experience Sheraton accommodation while in Boston. Strategic location, complete amenities and gay-friendly atmosphere, book a room in one of the best places to stay in Boston.


200 Stuart Street


Located in downtown Boston, this redesigned boutique hotel is just a short distance away from attractions like Boston Commons and Newbury Street.


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22 Edgerly Road


16 rms; pvt/shd baths; Color TV; Direct dial phone; AC; Cont bkfst; Pking avail; Centrally located.Back Bay


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Nine Zero Hotel is one of the many gay-friendly hotels in Boston. While in Boston, book your nights at Nine Zero Hotel, a luxurious boutique hotel that leaves every guests no chance to ask for more in terms of service, amenities and facilities. From the Kimpton group of hotels, this hotel can give unbeatable comfort during your Boston trip. Highly recommended for all types of gay travelers - singles, couples and older gays, look no further and stay in this hotel. All its 190 rooms are equipped with the latest technologies yet still bear royal comfort - cozy and relaxed. Staff are trained to serve each guest like royalty. Gay couples can spend their rendezvous in this hotel. Location wise, it is is situation in one of the best areas in Boston. Gay bars, restaurants and shops are just close by. Popular local destinations like Newburry Street as well as Quincy Market are just a few minutes away from Nine Zero Hotel. Staying with someone or looking for a lover, Nine Zero Hotel will make your fantasies come true.


261 Newbury Street


This historic guest house is located in Boston's Back Bay district, only 2 minutes' walk from the Hynes Convention Center and various shops along Newbury Street.


220 Huntington Avenue


The Midtown Hotel blends comfort and convenience with affordability. With Boston at your door step, this moderately priced hotel is nestled in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay, just steps away from Symphony Hall, The Prudential Center, The Christian Science Center and Copley Place. The Prudential, Symphony Hall and Mass Ave. subway stations provide easy access to the rest of Boston and Cambridge. This retro style hotel is within walking distance of the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and the elegant Newbury Street restaurants and boutique shops. Guest rooms feature wireless internet, cable television and coffee makers. Other hotel amenities include: a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and patio, modest function space, and The Midtown Hair Salon. Local Attractions Boston Common * Boston Duck Tours * Boston Harbor Cruises * Boston Symphony * Boston Tea Party Ship * Copley Place * Faneuil Hall * Fenway Park * Institute of Contemporary Art * Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum * JFK Library * Museum of Fine Arts * Museum of Science * Newbury Street Shopping * New England Aquarium * Old North Church * Old Town Trolley * Paul Revere's House * Prudential Center * The Tomb * USS Constitution


250 Franklin Street



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A multi-awarded luxury hotel in the heart of Boston, Hyatt Regency Boston is one of the top hotels in the city. Gay-friendly and close to various gay venues, events and establishments, gay travelers will feel the assurance that they are staying with the best with Hyatt Regency. From the famous resort and hotel chain, Hyatt Regency lives up to the promise of every Hyatt property - world-class accommodation like no other. Hotels like these from a popular hotel brand is soothing for travelers who want to play safe and just want to be sure in their accommodation in any destination they wish to travel to. One of their features that you can't find in other gay-friendly hotels in Boston is their "Respair by Hyatt", a hypo-allergenic room. To name some of their facilities, it has indoor pool, modern fitness center, in-house bars and restaurants and valet service. Shoppers will be delighted to know that Hyatt Regency Boston is connected to Macy's and is just a few minutes away from Boston's famous attractions and landmarks.


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