Hi Guys! Today I am excited to finish up my Boston Posts with a full Recap including a review of the Four Seasons Boston. We had such an amazing time visiting Boston. This was my second time in Boston, but the first time I got to get out and explore the beautiful city. We will most certainly be returning back and I can’t wait. We spent most of our trip in Boston, but did drive to New Hampshire for one day. The drive was stunning! I am all about going on mini road trips to see different scenery. The next time we explore New England, we will be hitting up Vermont and Rhode Island too.
WHERE WE STAYED
We stayed at the Four Seasons Boston and it could not have been a more perfect location. It is walking distance for the Boston Common and Boston Public Gardens. You can also walk to Beacon and to tons of shopping. There are lots of amazing restaurants and a Starbucks right around the corner from the hotel as well.
Upon arriving, we were greeting by the lovely staff and we took in the stunning lobby. I love that the hotel has the luxury of Four Seasons but with a little Boston charm. Our room was incredibly spacious with a stunning view of the Boston Public Gardens. Four Seasons also has INCREDIBLY comfortable beds which is always a huge bonus to me. Olivia wanted room service first thing in the morning and like always, the food was delicious. We also had a nightcap and dessert at the on site restaurant, The Bristol, and Olivia is still talking about the brownie sundae.
Location is key when exploring a new city. I always prefer to spend a little more on the hotel that is walking distance from everything, than spend all my time (and money,) in ubers. If you are planning on visiting Boston, I highly suggest you check out the Four Seasons Boston.
DRESS Moon River | OLIVIAS DRESS Hucklebones c/o
WHERE WE ATE
Tatte Cafe and Bakery – We were highly recommended this delicious brunch spot by numerous readers and locals. It did not disappoint! The atmosphere is instagram worthy and the food is to die for! I had the avocado toast and my mom had the quiche of the day. Olivia had one of the best grilled cheeses I have ever had. This restaurant is just down the street from Four Seasons too!
Lolitas– OH MY HEAVENS! If you do not eat here while visiting Boston, shame on you haha. Kidding, kind of. We had one of the best meals ever here and I am still dreaming about it. The presentation and service is wonderful as well. If you like margaritas, make sure you splurge on on here.
Mike’s Pastry- We were also recommended this highly popular spot numerous times. We never made it over to grab a cannoli, but I was told be ready to order and they only accept cash!
Sailloft– We met two of my blogger girlfriends for dinner one night at Sailloft and we all LOVED it. The chowder is scrumptious as well as their lobster rolls. Highly Recommend.
Georgetown Cupcakes- grab a cupcake and window shop. They are worth every single bite.
THINGS TO DO
Parks/Gardens – We loved exploring the Boston Parks. They are especially gorgeous in the Fall. We grabbed a coffee and let Olivia see the swans/geese each day.
Newbury Street– if you have shopping on the mind, head to Newbury Street for some designer and everyday shopping. Grab a Georgetown cupcake while you are there as well.
Boston’s Children’s Museum– located right on the water, this museum is absolutely wonderful for little ones. They always have events going on so be sure to check their site for the current schedule.
Fenway Park– Red Socks Fan? It was pretty wild in town the night we got in because of the HUGE game going on. We did not spend time here, but If you are in town during the season, I highly recommend catching a game.
Acorn Street– A short walk from the Four seasons, is one of the most instagrammed streets in Boston. It is just as charming as you would think the most beautiful street in America would be.
Boston Public Gardens– Stunning Park with picture spots at every corner. We loved the bridge over looking the water.
Boston Common– right next door to the Public Gardens and the fall foliage was gorgeous.
Boston Public Library– We did not make it to the Library, but it is BEAUTIFUL!
Isabella Gardner Museum– The courtyard is absolutely stunning! We were leaf peeping about town, so we did not visit, but it is at the top of my list for the next trip.
Beacon/Marlborough/Union Streets- We loved the architecture and of course the adorable fall stoops along all these streets. Pretty much and instagrammers fall dream.
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*thank you to the Four Seasons for our stay in Boston. All opinions are my own.