The Ritz Carlton Boston

10 Avery Street,Boston,United States

  • Experience World-class Service at The Ritz Carlton Boston

    This luxurious downtown Boston hotel features 2 on-site restaurants and rooms with large flat-screen TVs. A state-of-the-art fitness center is connected to the hotel and Logan International Airport is within 5 miles. Each spacious room at The Ritz-Carlton Boston offers a CD player and minibar. The marble bathrooms boast a separate walk-in shower and bathrobes. Many rooms offer a view of the city or park. Guests of The Ritz-Carlton, Boston enjoy access to The Spa at the Equinox Sports Club, which offers a variety of facials, massages, body treatments, beauty services and treatment packages. An indoor pool is available guests aged 16 and older. This Ritz-Carlton also features the Artisan Bistro, featuring bistro-influenced dishes with local and seasonal ingredients. The Avery Bar, meanwhile serves up traditional martinis, among other drinks, in a space that hearkens back to mid-century America. Boston Common, America’s oldest park is located directly across the street from this hotel and New England Aquarium is 1 minutes' walk away. Just 0.2 miles away, the historic Freedom Trail offers tours from Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument.


    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Currency Exchange
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • rooms / services/ room benefits are at the level of a basic Marriott, not a Ritz!

      Reviewed 3 days ago

      We booked two rooms as a platinum Marriott member over Christmas last year. This was a family Christmas trip. Last year we spent Christmas in Montreal Canada at the Ritz and our experience was AMAZING! the Ritz Boston lobby was great, most lobby's are. Well before check in and at check in I mention that I was a platinum member. During this stay we received zero platinum benefits. Basic room, no coffee maker, no free water, view looking at the roof, frayed bath mat, peeling paint in the shower with mold, a hole in my pillow case and terrible motel 6 shower head. I left a review on trip adviser and was near immediately contacted byRUTH MADEBO,Assistant Front of House Manager. She was very nice and apologetic. She offered 60,000 points to be credited to my account. 60,000 points is barely enough for a single night at a Ritz and we had two rooms for 5 nights. I told her i would be in contact with her after we leave. After the holidays I reached out and she responded on the 28th. A few days later I responded and received this as an auto reply: Please note that as of December 31st, 2019, I am no longer employed at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston and this emal address will not be monitored. If you need any assistance in my absence please contact the manager on duty at 617-574-7100 Warm Regards, Ruth M Now I get to start all over with someone else. I reach out yet again since apparentlythe Ritz Boston can notmonitora past employee's work email with who knows how many important clients that are trying to contact them. I then hear from,MEGAN GROSOVSKY|Assistant Front of House Manager I have arranged to refund 60,000 points through Marriott Bonvoy to your account and would be delighted to offer a complimentary upgrade should you stay with us again in the future. Warmest Regards, MEGAN GROSOVSKY|Assistant Front of House Manager The Ritz-Carlton, Boston So it seems Megan has also arranged and now offered me another 60,000 points and a upgrade should I return. Even though I feel this still doesn't fix the issue im going to drop it once that 60,000 hits the account. The second deposit doesn't credit. It takes a few more emails to get a response and after going back and for a few times she admits that the points she was referring too, were the ones already offered by the previous manager. I send her a few more emails after that that were completely ignored. My family wanted to stay at theThe Liberty and I pushed for the Ritz due to our Montreal experience. I made a mistake and will attempt much deeper research if we stay at a Ritz again.

    • Beautiful Hotel!

      Reviewed 01 March 2020

      We stayed at the Ritz-Carlton on Avery Street for one night. It is a lovely hotel with a beautiful interior. The rooms clean and comfortable with a huge bathroom offering separate shower and tub. I would definitely stay here again.

    • A lovely stay

      Reviewed 29 February 2020

      I stayed at the Ritz Carlton on February 28th with a friend. Check in was slightly different, instead of the traditional check in counter, we were greeted and sat down at a desk. The front desk agent that checked us in was extremely warm and friendly. After checking us in, she got up and showed us how to get to the elevators. I had a king sized bed overlooking a lovely roof deck with grass. Had a nice view of the John Hancock tower. The room was very large and immaculate and had a couch and table. The bathroom was spacious and had a large walk in shower and large soaking tub (which I used later). There was a phone in the toilet closet which I thought was odd. Not sure who I would need to call while in there, but okay. My friend and I went down to the bar and had some drinks and a meat and cheeseboard. The server was great and efficient. A really vibrant after work vibe with the fireplace on and live music. We did not have dinner there, but did eat breakfast the next morning at the restaurant. Obsessed with their bacon. Overall an outstanding stay. The Ritz Carlton has a reputation for their quality of service, and I felt it lived up to it's reputation. The only con is that I stayed one night. I wish I could have stayed a few more days.

    • Truly special anniversary trip!

      Reviewed 11 February 2020

      We were checked in quickly and found a surprise gift in our room for our anniversary trip as well! Service was top notch and the room was lovely. Cozy bed too! Be aware the pre-authorization for incidentals is higher than many other (even other very nice) hotels at about $150 a day. That was ok just good to know. Would definitely recommend this spot in the theater district, we were able to walk or take the train everywhere we wanted to go quite easily.

    • Very enjoyable stay but how is the staff communicating?

      Reviewed 10 February 2020

      Check in staff, housekeeping and bellhops were extremely attentive and responsive. So accommodating with every request and there were many. Room was fantastic. Stay very pleasurable, no real complaints just general feedback: Generally very pleased with my stay but I do feel something was just a little off with the details and communication generally with the staff. Again, I had a lot of requests but it just didn't feel as "tight" as other Ritz stays. Not sure if there is central location where staff keeps notes/requests but it seems like I was always following up with previous requests. Seems like there has to be a better way for the staff to communicate, particularly with shift changes. To be fair, every time we followed up our request was immediately serviced.


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