The Inn at St. Botolph

The Inn at St. Botolph
The Inn at St. Botolph is a boutique hotel nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the South End, located in a 19th century brownstone. It blends in seamlessly with the homes on Saint Botolph Street and lets guests live like locals during their stay.

Inn at St. Botolph studio
The Inn matches the charm and character of Boston’s South End.  The interior was designed by Celeste Cooper, an Interior Design Hall of Fame Inductee, whose other projects include restaurants Mistral and L’Espalier, as well as XV Beacon Hotel. Bold black stripes, chevron and checks on pillows and blankets and houndstooth patterns on chairs stand out as statement pieces that are both classic and fresh. Rooms are clean and minimal, but also cozy and welcoming.

Two Bedroom Suite Alcove
The Inn is perfect for the independent traveler who can forgo some of the extra amenities of a big chain hotel (like a valet or a porter) for more unique features like keyless entry and in-room kitchenettes. The hotel also offers daily continental breakfast in the Lounge and 25% off at some of Boston’s best restaurants like Sorellina, Mistral and Ostra.

Inn at St Botolph in the South End
If you stay at the Inn, we recommend you fully take advantage of the neighborhood! Here are our recommendations:

* Coffee & Pastries: Cafe Madeleine, South End Buttery
* Shopping: Olives & Grace, Sault New England, Pioneer Goods, Hudson
* Lunch: Picco or Flour Bakery
* Dinner: Barcelona Wine Bar, B&G OystersSorellina

INN AT ST. BOTOLPH
99 Saint Botolph Street
Boston, MA 02116
617.236.8099

Photos by Kristin Teig.

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