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The Lenox


    The Lenox
 in Boston
    The Lenox
 in Boston

Overview

The Lenox hotel in Boston's prestigious Back Bay neighborhood is a local landmark. Built in 1900 for $1.1 million, its 11 stories made it the tallest building in Boston at the time. The refined elegance embraces Boston's quiet dignity where guests can explore luxury accommodations, exquisite dining experiences, and unparalleled hospitality.

For three generations, The Lenox has been family run, which provides an intimate and elegant atmosphere delivered with that personal touch. It is also a leader in eco-initiatives, taking steps to make the hotel more green.

A $50 million restoration, over the course of a decade, restored each of the 214 rooms and the facade of the hotel. The Beaux-Arts style building has been restored to reflect the historical decor of the the early 20th century.

A historic Massachusetts destination, The Lenox has attracted its fair share of notable guests, including Babe Ruth, Judy Garland, George H. W. Bush, Tony Bennett, Helena Bonham Carter, Patti Lupone, and Dr. Jane Goodall.

The Lenox offers a comprehensive environmental program, which includes more than 70 creative recycling and conservation measures.

Original Property Opened: 1900

Contact Information
61 Exeter Street at Boylston
Boston, MA 02116-2699

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number (800) 678-8946

Turn of the Century, 1896 ~ 1913

The Lenox hotel in Boston's prestigious Back Bay neighborhood is a local landmark. Built in 1900 for $1.1 million, its 11 stories made it the tallest building in Boston at the time. The refined elegance embraces Boston's quiet dignity where guests can explore luxury accommodations, exquisite dining experiences, and unparalleled hospitality.

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