Here are the eight most luxurious Boston condo collections tied to hotels. In other words, these are the addresses where, were you so inclined, you could buy not only a fabulous condo but also the top-shelf hotel amenities that come with it because the fabulous condo you just bought is part of a top-shelf hotel. Not surprisingly, these are some of the swankiest addresses in town (the Four Seasons, the W, the Mandarin Oriental, the Carlton House) and they ain't cheap (try $4M-plus for a two-bedroom). Never be without room service again.Read More
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The Carlton House
Serviced by the adjacent Taj Hotel, the current iteration dates from a 2002 renovation. One-bedrooms start around $1,000,000 and two-bedrooms for more than $2,000,000.
These 96 residences are part of the same complex that includes the Boston Harbor Hotel. Owners get access to everything, including the 60-foot swimming pool and the wine cellar. Prices range from $638,000 to $3,500,000.
Battery Wharf: Residences
These 104 residences are serviced by the Fairmont Battery Wharf, which is in the same complex. One-bedrooms start in the high six figures and it goes up quickly from there. The website describes Rowes Wharf as "wonderfully European." Take that all and all.
Prices for the W's residences will set you back anywhere from $450,000 to $5.2 million. The residences are serviced by, well, the W.
Residences at Ritz-Carlton Boston
The Ritz's residences sell for from between $479,000 and $5.7 million. But! Supposin' you want in on the Ritz hotel services permanently but don't wanna buy? There are residences for rent in the low five figures per month.
Four Seasons Place
Four Seasons Place is serviced by the Four Seasons, and currently has a 2-BR, 2-BA listed for $1,100,000.
Residences at the InterContinental
Serviced by the InterContinental Hotel and with mad-crazy views of Boston Harbor, one-bedrooms start just below $900,000 and there are four-bedrooms for more than $5 million.
Residences at the Mandarin Oriental
The Mandarin Oriental has actually hosted some of the priciest home sales in Boston history (we're talking way more than $10 million). No surprise, then, that 2-BRs can run well over $4 million.