Situated on a historic site dating back to 1722, XV Beacon creates the perfect home base for the holidays for travelers and locals to experience many of the city’s most anticipated seasonal events
As XV Beacon toasts to its 20th anniversary and reminisces on its rich history, visitors and locals alike are invited to celebrate in style throughout the holiday season. Having opened its doors on New Year’s Eve 2009, the celebrated, modernist hotel housed in a historic Beaux Arts building atop Beacon Hill has become the city’s most desirable address. Today, guests can enjoy 63 beautifully appointed guestrooms and seasonal offerings from special turndown amenities to complimentary room upgrades, while experiencing the most magical events and attractions throughout Boston when staying at our historic hotel.
Situated in the heart of the city’s national historic landmark district, XV Beacon occupies the site of the Bromfield Mansion, a home built by Boston merchant Edward Bromfield in 1722. The present building – which boasts a cast iron façade, gilded shields and a limestone band and five stories of Roman brick – was originally built in 1903 and designed by renowned Boston architect William Gibbons. Prior tenants of the historic building included the Boston Transit Commission, the Rapid Transit Commission and the Boston School Committee, before 1999 when it became XV Beacon.
Today, Boston is brimming with events throughout the holidays – which kick off during Thanksgiving – making it the perfect destination to get into the festive spirit. After days spent, shopping through Newbury St., indulging in holiday feasts, and taking in cheerful shows throughout the city, guests can retreat back to XV Beacon to enjoy a cozy evening by the in-room gas-lit fireplaces and cashmere blanket. Seasonal packages available from XV Beacon through this winter include:
- NYE @ XVB –Toast to an incredible year ahead with XV Beacon’s New Year’s Eve package. Those who book will be invited to kick off 2020 with a 20th Anniversary toast and light bites from 5:30 – 6:30pm on the Roof Deck, followed by an awe-inspiring firework display over the city. Guests will also receive a bottle of bubbly, signature XV Champagne bottle stopper, late checkout and 20% off XV Beacon’s best available rate for any additional nights. Redeemable with the code PRONYE.
- Chinese New Year | Year of the Rat – With a new year, comes new opportunities and XV Beacon is inviting guests to celebrate the Year of the Rat with them. Those who book, will receive 20% off XV Beacon’s best available rate with a complimentary upgrade upon arrival based on availability. In addition, guests will have an opportunity to draw to receive a lucky red envelope with a Columbus Hospitality gift card to be used throughout the stay at Moo…. Visitors can book using code PKGCNY for stays through February 8, 2020.
- Winter Wishes – Those looking to immerse themselves in the beauty of winter in Boston can opt for a complimentary room upgrade when staying two or more nights as well as 20% off the hotel’s best available rate. Guests can book using the code PROWISH for stays though March 14, 2020.
Those visiting Boston can enjoy an array of activities throughout the city this season. The traditions begin with the Holiday Tree Lighting at Boston Common on November 28, just steps from the hotel, with an ice-skating show by the Skating Club of Boston. Those looking for quintessential holiday entertainment throughout the city can head to the Boston Opera House for a showing of holiday classic, The Nutcracker, performed by the Boston Ballet, or venture to Central Square Theater in Cambridge to see A Christmas Carol. Visitors can also peruse the European-style Holiday Market at City Hall Plaza for unique gifts, specialty foods, and holiday decorations, and enjoy an 11,000-square foot ice skating path between shopping.
For further information, call 617-670-1500 or visit the website at www.xvbeacon.com
About XV Beacon
Prominently placed and conveniently located, the 63-room XV Beacon is situated in a turn-of-the-20th-century Beaux-Arts building on Boston’s historic Beacon Hill. Each of the hotel’s rooms is individually designed. Guests enjoy four-poster queen bed classic rooms or queen and king-size bed studio rooms, whirlpool baths, heated towels, in-room fireplaces, complimentary high-speed Internet access, 400-thread-count linen sheets, complimentary Lexus sedan service, and museum-quality artwork throughout. Mooo… restaurant and its subterranean Wine Cellar are not to be missed. The latter holds an immense collection of 750 selections and 4,000 bottles of fine and rare wine dating from the 1700s to present day.