Since location is everything, the Clarendon Square Bed and Breakfast, a boutique hotel in Downtown Boston, stands right in the pulse of the city. It offers luxury lodging in the most sophisticated and charming location: the South End —an advantageous crisscross of dining, shopping, culture, and historic sights.

Bordered by Copley Square and Newbury Street, the Public Garden and Boston Common, and the SoWa Arts District, the South End is synonymous with Boston’s high style, as well as its historic and trendy ambiance. From here, you will explore all the tourist sights, but at the end of the day, you will not have to travel far for dinner. Dine just down the street on Boston’s “restaurant row,” where you will find 40 of Boston’s hottest restaurants.

In the South End, it is possible to get away from the busy city while staying on our quaint side street right in the center of Downtown Boston. Along beautiful cobblestone and brick streets, you will find the best dining, downtown nightlife, chic shops, and fine art galleries offering an intersection of life, luxury, and history. The only thing that may be more attractive than the beautifully preserved Victorian architecture is the abundance of trees, greenery, and gardens that are scattered throughout the South End.

The Clarendon Square Bed and Breakfast is your gateway to the South End and the rest of Boston. Our property is centrally located, with endless attractions within walking distance. On a quiet side street, the inn’s prime location allows guests to experience the Boston life from a local’s perspective.

Copley Square, Newbury Street, and the Boston Common are just minutes away on foot. Whether you are here for a conference at the Hynes Convention Center, business in the nearby financial district, or to explore the sights of America’s favorite walking city, you will find it all accessible.

We strongly suggest that guests save on the expense of a rental car as navigating and parking in Boston can be an unnecessary effort, even for those familiar with the city. Pack comfortable walking shoes and enjoy discovering the city on foot, our favorite way to explore Boston.

Should you want to ride the “T”, there are two stops close by: Back Bay Station on the orange line, and The Prudential stop on the green line. Taxis are readily available for farther-away destinations like the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC) or Harvard University and Harvard Square.