The Best Hotels With Jacuzzis in Boston, Massachusetts

Many Boston hotels sit along the beautiful waterfront
Many Boston hotels sit along the beautiful waterfront | Courtesy of Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf / Expedia
Anna Laird Barto

After a day of exploring America’s Walking City, what could feel better than submerging sore feet and aching muscles below the warm pummeling jets of a sparkling hot tub back at the hotel? Indulge in a mini spa retreat without leaving the bright lights of the city at one of these hotels in Boston, where the jacuzzis are among many tempting distractions that’ll revive and refresh you.

1. Four Seasons Hotel Boston

Luxury

A bed and sitting area in a stylish hotel room at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Boston / Expedia

Overlooking the Boston Public Garden and prim rows of Victorian brownstones, this five-star hotel is on the doorstep of some of the city’s quintessential experiences. When you’ve tried the celebrated Swan Boats on the pond of the Public Garden and shopped the chi-chi Newbury Street boutiques, take in the city lights from the hotel’s generously sized indoor jacuzzi. Afterward, think about a personalized massage from one of the Four Seasons’ certified spa therapists, who specialize in stress-melting deep-tissue, shiatsu and hot-stone massages.

2. Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston

Hotel, Luxury

Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston
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The jacuzzi at the Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street is a joy to wallow in after a busy day, but it’s just one way to unwind here. The landmark 61-story hotel has an entire “wellness floor” – a one-stop rejuvenation center complete with a 64ft lap pool, gym and spa, where you can partake in activities such as mindfulness meditation and cryotherapy. For a more intimate relaxation experience, submerge up to your chin in your room’s free-standing, sculptured-stone bathtubs.

3. Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

Hotel, Chain Hotel

Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf
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While you ease tension amid the jacuzzi bubbles at this fine institution, you can watch the sailboats dock at Tudor Wharf, which juts out into the harbor near the USS Constitution. This all-suite hotel stands at the crossroads of Charlestown and the North End, two of Boston’s oldest and proudest neighborhoods. Once you’ve had your fill of the jacuzzi, grab a pint at Paul Revere’s favorite bar, the Warren Tavern, in Charlestown. Alternatively, cross the bridge to the Italian North End and decide who has the better pizza – Regina Pizzeria or Galleria Umberto.

4. The Westin Boston Waterfront

Hotel

The Westin Boston Waterfront
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The Westin Boston Waterfront strikes a balance between rustic and futuristic; for example, you’ll find birch trees growing in the steel-and-glass atrium lobby. Catch rays year-round beneath the vaulted skylight of the pool area, which features an eye-catching purple-lit whirlpool jacuzzi. After being refreshed and pummeled, you’re a short stroll from the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and the Harpoon Brewery and Beer Hall, hailed for its UFO microbrews and chewy, salty pretzels.

5. Boston Marriott Copley Place

Hotel

Boston Marriott Copley Place
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From the Boston Marriott Copley Place, you can practically get around the city without touching the ground – a luxury in the cold New England climate. The hotel connects directly to the Copley Place Mall and the Prudential Center via a pedestrian skybridge spanning Huntington Avenue. When you’re finished shopping, relax in the hotel’s circular jacuzzi and look up at the city lights or perhaps flurries of snowflakes falling softly on the overhead skylight.

For more options, discover our guide to the best spa hotels in Boston, Massachusetts, and book now on Culture Trip.

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