Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Disappointed. Spent our first night and leaving tomorrow. We stayed in the Disney Four Season’s twice and it was amazing including food, atmosphere. Room, service, surroundings. This hotel is different granted the location however being at a five star hotel there are standards you get used to: 1) there is no complimentary water in rooms, 2) we were given 3 towels with 4 people staying in the executive suite, 3) food, I am sorry to say but is at its best less than ok, 4) watching tv is painful. as every few seconds, it stops and then resumes with lost footage, 5) we asked for a specific setup for the girls bed and the first time somebody came up, it was all wrong 6) everything is electronic and automatic including lights and curtain which is on one side is convenient but on the other side confusing as you turn off the lights in one room and it turns light everywhere. Disappointed.
Had the pleasure of trying out the brand new Four Seasons in Boston. The architectural masterpiece is a welcome addition to the Boston Skyline. It was everything you would expect from a Four Seasons and more. The service and attention to detail were top notch. Staff and Mgmnt. could not have been more accommodating. Everyone went out of their way to make our family feel welcome and looked after. Our 11yr old daughter was weary from travel and a bit homesick but once she saw the room replete with amenities specially selected for her, she never wanted to leave. The room was very thoughtfully designed and felt more like a cabin on a luxury yacht than a stodgy hotel room. Dined at Zuma while there and enjoyed. Food, Staff and design/decor were all first rate. Looking forward to return.
Had a wonderful stay, as to be expected for a Four Seasons! There is still construction going on, but mainly on the outside, and couldn't tell on the inside. The pool is fully functional. The staff are warm and friendly from beginning to end. We had a nice gift for our son to welcome us when we arrived.
Reading the other reviews (only 2 so far), I may have by luck missed some of the start-up problems; this hotel was opened only one month earlier and there is still some construction noise in the building (but only after I had checked out -- not during the night). I was upgraded to a suite and the room was very nice. The biggest adjustment for me was the high tech buttons everywhere -- you have to press them in the dead center for opening shades, turning lights on/off. Bed was super comfortable, upper floor was quiet. I did have to call down the night before for room service breakfast, but it was great -- great eggs/bacon and fruit. I don't photograph plates of food, but was tempted at the Four Seasons. I liked the fitness center. There's a pool and the weight equipment is very advanced. Only three treadmills, but no trouble getting on. I left my ipad at the fitness center/lost it, reported it missing, and had it returned in about 3 minutes (Thank you). This is a beautiful property and there is still a way to go. When I called to confirm my late arrival, there seemed to be confusion as to which Four Seasons I was staying -- so bring some patience if you come in the next 30 days; but the property is good looking and the finishes are properly high end. Staff is getting there.
Arrived into the newest Four Seasons with high hopes. There were not met from the start. Biggest pain for me was that the hotel Internet is not really working and the construction is such that getting cell signal is very difficult. So many small things do not work in the room. And they don’t even have hang tags for breakfast so you have to call and wait on hold just to put in your order. Net-net, messing around with the not working stuff at the hotel cost me two or three hours that I did not have. Perhaps it will be better when they actually get everything working and the staff trained. But if you want a Four Seasons experience in Boston right now, you should avoid One Dalton.
Wanted my guests to relax at Four Seasons before their long flight back to Europe. Called the hotel to confirm that it was open and that there was no ongoing construction work. We were assured that the hotel was completely finished. It was therefore a disappointment to later arrive in the middle of a construction site. Further, the pool area was not completely ready and staff training was clearly in progress too.
- Steps from Hynes Convention Center and The Shops at Prudential Center
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Back Bay, Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston is next to popular attractions like Hynes Convention Center and The Shops at Prudential Center. This 215-room, 5-star hotel has 3 restaurants along with conveniences like a full-service spa and an indoor pool.
There are multiple options for onsite dining with 3 restaurants, including Zuma, which specializes in Japanese cuisine. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning with cooked-to-order breakfast, available for a fee from 6:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
Guests can expect to find 65-inch a plasma TV with digital channels and Netflix, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include an iPad, an espresso maker, and free bottled water.
Built in 2019, the brand new Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston features a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center. Valet parking is available for USD 60 per night, and there's also limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, conference space, and a business center.
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