Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street

Sleek, Contemporary, Spacious

1 Dalton Street, Boston 02115

1-617-377-4888

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At a Glance

Set in a 61-story skyscraper, Boston’s second Four Seasons is sleek, stylish and contemporary, with a central location and top-notch wellness offerings.

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  • The state-of-the-art fitness facility and indoor swimming pool
  • The rooms, which are spacious and supremely comfortable at all levels
  • The friendly and helpful team upholding the brand’s gold standard of service
  • Review

    While Boston’s original Four Seasons features a classic New England façade of red brick, the Four Seasons One Dalton Street, located at the opposite end of Back Bay, stands as a testament to the more contemporary, cutting-edge side of Boston. Upon its completion, the gleaming 61-story tower became the third-tallest building in Boston and the tallest residential building in New England (thanks to the private residences on the top floors).

    Set in the central Back Bay neighborhood, One Dalton is particularly well-located for shoppers, next door to the Prudential Center (home to more than 75 shops and eateries) and a short walk from Boston’s famous Newbury Street, lined with boutiques and beautiful brick townhouses. For sports fans, the iconic Fenway Park is just a five-minute drive or ten-minute walk away. 

    The 215 guest rooms, including 41 suites, are found on the eighth through 21st floors of the tower, while the higher floors are home to 160 individual residences. The property’s subtle and sophisticated palette combines grays, creams and metallics, with accents of mahogany wood and polished nickel. The art collection, arranged by Kate Chertavian (who once curated David Bowie’s collection), nods to the surrounding area, such as the unique lobby mosaic by local artist Duke Riley depicting the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, when more than two million gallons of molasses spilled through the streets of Boston’s North End.

    One Dalton is well-designed for travelers needing extra space to spread out or work in their rooms. Entry-level categories feel roomy at 400 square feet, with particularly spacious bathrooms, while suites can reach up to 1,300 square feet and include terraces. All the accommodations feel fresh and feature the latest in hotel tech: Touch one button and the entire room comes to life—or shuts off, when you’re ready for bed. All rooms also have 65-inch flat-screen televisions, large closets and floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the space with natural light and overlook downtown Boston.

    Dining options include the bright and refined **One + One**, where guests can enjoy morning delights with a New England twist alongside local execs meeting for power breakfasts, the innovative cocktail lounge, **Trifecta**, with a creative and stylish cocktail menu that pays homage to the city of Boston as an artistic hub, as well as the fourth U.S. location (and 12th globally) of **Zuma**, the trendy Japanese *izakaya*-inspired restaurant and bar. The buzzy, contemporary space features three open kitchens (including a sushi counter and charcoal *robata* grill) and welcomes DJs on Friday and Saturday nights.

    The Four Seasons’ spa and wellness offerings span the entire seventh floor and encompass five treatment rooms (including a couple’s suite) and a spa retail shop. Treatment beds are topped with alpaca blankets, and the menu includes standard massages and facials, as well as less traditional treatments, such as a cryotherapy massage. Fitness fiends will find it hard to leave the 2,100-square-foot gym, designed by celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak and stocked with a wide range of Precor equipment. Swimmers will appreciate the 64-foot indoor lap pool with an underwater sound system—a rare amenity for an urban hotel—while the surrounding lounge chairs offer year-round poolside relaxation.

    Written by Nikki Erlick

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