The Whitney Hotel Debuts in Boston’s Historic Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is undoubtedly one of Boston’s best neighborhoods. It’s got it all, with a timeless look, historic charm, elegant eateries, and famous sites. Our luxury boutique hotel perfectly complements the neighborhood’s upscale nature while setting itself apart by making guests feel at home with generous hospitality and cultured comforts.


Having opened its doors in early July, The Whitney Hotel can now count itself among Beacon Hill’s premier destinations. The property was designed by Boston-based-firm Hacin + Associates, and the exterior channels the neighborhood’s classic brick townhouse style. The interior is just as impressive, with 65 luxurious guestrooms replete with all the necessary comforts. You’ll find large windows, plush WRIGHT mattresses, Frette linens, and organic bath amenities from Grown Alchemist. If you’re in the mood for an extra lavish stay, you can opt for one of the uniquely designed premium suites, offering sweeping views of Beacon Hill, the Charles River, and Cambridge. On every floor, guests are encouraged to indulge in complimentary beverages and treats from the Whit Pantry – such as Fever Tree mixers, fresh fruit and baked goods from the neighborhood. Guests can also experience exclusive packages and amenities, including a fitness studio featuring state-of-the-art equipment and a Hydrow rowing machine.


Peregrine is the hotel’s coastal Mediterranean-style restaurant and second concept from Joshua Lewin and Katrina Jazayeri, the duo behind Somerville’s award-winning Juliet. The new restaurant offers locally-sourced cuisine influenced by the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily, as well as the neighboring influences of Corsica and Catalonia. The intimate venue is designed to cater to hotel guests and locals looking for either an upscale dining experience or a comfy lounge. Peregrine’s talented and approachable service team welcomes guests for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving handmade and seasonal dishes along with a sophisticated wine list.


Compared to other Beacon Hill addresses, The Whitney Hotel’s location is about as good as it gets. The property sits at the corner of Charles Street and Cambridge Street, just a block from the river and within easy strolling distance of the neighborhood’s best restaurants, shops, and cafes. When you’re ready to explore the rest of the city, head to the closest T stop just a few steps away or borrow a bike through the Whitney Bike Program. And when you want to unwind, soak up the atmosphere from the hotel’s intimate courtyard, with lush greenery, outdoor seating, and a cozy firepit. The Whitney Hotel’s amenities and services are truly what set it apart, creating a memorable experience during your stay in Boston. After all, The Whitney Hotel is about more than just where you spend the night. It’s about how you interact with the city that the property knows and loves.

For more information, check out the website and start planning your Beacon Hill stay.