Beacon Hill vicinity located in Boston is a domicile to countless hotels worth flaunting. Amongst the myriad of hotels, The Liberty Hotel is a $150 million luxury palace that adds an extra amount of honor to it as long back the Charles Street Jail instead of present Hotel.
The 16-story tower now features 280 guest rooms, three restaurants, including Scampo, governed by locally-popular chef Lydia Shire, recognized for her inspiring 2001 overhaul of Boston epicurean bastion Locke-Ober.
The décor of the hotel reflects the mirror-image of the city, deep-rooted in history, but yet breathing in contemporary ambience. The flat stonework at the lobby is in contrast to the rich stilted paneling and American colonial prints. Each bedroom is polished with soft, gentle tenor, like rose and taupe.
Every corner of the hotel is enchanting and the history seems to reside within the hotel as the remnants of jail attics are still alive inside the hotel lobby bar and splendid, huge windows.