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Congratulations Class of 2020 and Class of 2021

It’s been the most unusual academic year, and yet, you made it to the commencement ceremony, whether it is in person or virtual – you deserve to be celebrated in the most special way here at XV Beacon Hotel located in the heart of Boston!

Being surrounded in one of the most highly educated city of the nation, we all missed the fun & opportunistic atmosphere from Suffolk University, Emerson College, Berklee College of Music, Boston University, Northeastern University, Boston College and other great college students who studied and “socialized” from home for the most part of the year.

This commencement might be your first class & teacher reunion since past year and we want it to be memorable and unique. The Wine Cellar in Mooo…. and XVB hidden gem Roof Deck will be the perfect destination to celebrate your accomplishments, share the unique experiences of 2020, and to simply see the smiles of your classmates & families.

We are thrilled to welcome back the proud parents & students for a graduation getaway weekend with the best offer you may find to be celebrated on Beacon Hill. Take advantage of the University Rate with a 20% discount of our best available rate along with luxurious experiences and most personalized service. To reserve your reservation please call us at 617-670-1500 or email

Cheers & Congratulations!

Gay Pride Statue for our Drag me to Brunch Package Promo

June is Pride Month

XV Beacon LGBTQIA+ History Timeline   Massachusetts is known for being incredibly LGBT friendly and acts as a queer destination to many. As you walk through the city,  it is clear that Boston boasts a LGBT friendly atmosphere. Boston has recognized same-sex equality long before marriage was legalized in the 2000s. The original march was…

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One of our many historic pieces of art that is in statue form and is showcased throughout the hotel.


HERE AT XV BEACON, WE WANTED TO SHARE BOSTON FUN FACTS ABOUT OUR AMAZING CITY! DID YOU KNOW? Boston is home to the oldest public park in the U.S. The City of Boston founded on September 7, 1630 The city’s nickname is Beantown due to the popularity of the baked beans in molasses among it’s early residents….

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