The Liberty, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston

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Experience Boston from our hotel


Boasting panoramic views of the city, steps from public transportation and one easy exit off of I-93, our hotel is perfectly located for those visiting Boston. Step outside our hotel doors and stroll to The Charles River Esplanade, replete with joggers, bikers and sailboats skimming the river. There are many activities and things to do nearby, including a visit to the exquisite exhibits of the Museum of Science or the fabled Faneuil Hall marketplace for local eats, street performances and fresh flowers. Take a look at our recommended experiences or ask our friendly concierge team for assistance.

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Fitness Facility

Keep up with your fitness routine using our fitness facility's strength and cardio equipment.

Curling at The Liberty

Winter has arrived in Boston, but that doesn’t mean the end of outdoor events at the Liberty. You can one again throw stones at the Liberty Hotel. Curling stones that is. Join us for a winter curling experience at the Liberty’s private patio, The Yard, from December- March. Enjoy curling on our synthetic rink, cocktails and light bites.

Outdoor Curling Rink

Local Area Attractions

Historic Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s most charming neighborhoods; its architecture is reflective of old colonial Boston, consisting of cobbled-stone streets and gas lamps. Peruse the antique shops and boutiques or continue down to the Boston Common. Wherever your interests lie, you are near your destination at The Liberty Hotel.

Boston Common

Boston Common

The Boston Common, founded in 1634, is the oldest public park in America. Whether it’s a summer picnic on the grass or ice skating on The Frog Pond, its fifty acres are the perfect location to escape from the bustle of the city. Celebrities including Martin Luther King Jr., Pope John Paul II and Gloria Steinem have given speeches in the common.

Liberty Bicycles - Charles River Esplanade

Charles River Esplanade

The Esplanade stretches almost three miles along the Boston shore of the Charles River, from the Museum of Science to the Boston University Bridge. Guests can enjoy walking, jogging, biking, and boating in the warmer months.

Faneuil Hall

For more than 250 years, Faneuil Hall Marketplace has been home to some of Boston’s most famous shopping and dining experiences. The unique array of shops, restaurants and outdoor entertainment make this a “must-see” destination while in Boston.

Charles Street

Take a stroll along historic Charles Street, located directly across from The Liberty. Known for having quaint shops and unique boutiques, Charles Street is perfect for a stroll through the heart of Beacon Hill – in The Liberty’s backyard. Whether you’re on your way to the public gardens or the theater district, take in the sights and all that this historic street has to offer.

Community Boating Dock

Community boating is a not-for-profit organization, whose mission is to improve the quality of city life. At the Community’s Boating dock (located on Boston’s Esplanade) guests can learn how to sail and if experienced, can take boats out on their own. Discounted rates are available for hotel guests.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

From groundbreaking exhibitions and engaging programs, to state-of-the-art gallery space and cutting-edge MFA Mobile wallpapers, there is always something new to explore at the MFA.

Museum of Science

The mission of the Museum of Science, Boston is to stimulate interest in science and technology. In addition to specialty exhibits, The Mugar Omni Theater is a popular attraction located at the museum.

TD Bank North Garden

Since its grand opening in 1995, more than twenty-four million people have come to the TD Bank North Garden to see the arena’s famous teams, the NHL’s Boston Bruins and NBA’s World Champion Boston Celtics, as well as world-renowned concerts, sporting events and much more.

Frog Pond

The Frog Pond is an ice-skating pond in the winter and wading pool in the summer. The Frog Pond is located in the heart of Boston Common.

Fenway Park

Home of the World Champion Boston Red Sox remains much like it did the day it opened on April 20, 1912.

Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail takes guests to 16 historical sites in the course of two or three hours. A red brick trail painted line connects the sites on the Trail and serves as a guide.

JFK Museum

Located on a ten-acre park, overlooking the sea that he loved and the city that launched him to greatness, the John F. Kennedy Library stands as a vibrant tribute to the life and times of John F. Kennedy.

Kendall Square

Kendall Square is an international hub of biotechnology industry nestled in East Cambridge, MA. The Square is one block from the campus of internationally renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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