Boasting a hallmark Back Bay location, The Lenox is a family-owned, boutique hotel that expertly melds its century-old story with modern, luxurious accommodations. Priding itself on personalized, friendly service, The Lenox is situated steps from Copley Square – the perfect location for both business travelers and vacationers seeking an exceptional hotel experience.
From the moment the doors opened in 1900 as the then-tallest building in the city, The Lenox has stood as a landmark of Boston. Attracting such notable figures as Judy Garland and Enrico Caruso, The Lenox delighted guests then, as it does now, with its own unique brand of extraordinary service. With a choice of three restaurants and bars – City Table, City Bar, and S?l?s – as well as 24-hour in-room dining, guests have a myriad of culinary options. Combined with complimentary wireless internet, a fully equipped 24-hour business center, a 24-hour fitness center, valet parking, and so much more, The Lenox caters to the discriminating travelers every need.
Owned by the Saunders family for over 35 years, The Lenox strives to not only provide an environmentally conscious and luxurious bed for the night, but a home away from home for discerning Boston travelers. From the boutiques and restaurants of Newbury Street and the history of the Freedom Trail to the hustle and bustle of Boylston Street and the Hynes Convention Center, The Lenox is steps from all that Boston has to offer.
Whether cozying up by the fire in one of The Lenox’s unique corner rooms with wood-burning fireplaces, preparing for a crucial business meeting in the comfort of an ergonomic Herman Miller chair, or celebrating a milestone anniversary in one of the Penthouse Suites featuring breathtaking views of the Back Bay skyline, The Lenox will steal your heart.