Nine Zero Hotel, Boston [my extraordinary stay]

Written By bryanboy

Nine Zero Hotel, Boston

As someone who often stays at hotels in different parts of the world, it’s very unusual for me to feel emotionally attached to a property. My stay at my temporary home in Boston, the Nine Zero hotel, has got to be one of my favourite and memorable hotel stays so far.

New Year's Kiss at Nine Zero Hotel Boston

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I *love* boutique hotels because of their anti-“cookie cutter” approach that large hotel chains tend to do but what separates the Nine Zero hotel from other boutique hotels is their superb service. Every single member of their staff is extremely friendly, polite and very helpful. It almost feels like home. I had a good laugh when one of the hotel guys casually mentioned they saw one of my my blog entries and how they were looking forward to seeing my outfits and pictures because I’m always in a new look every time they see me walk past reception throughout the day.

All my post-Christmas travel dilemma (late flights, diverted flights, blizzard, Detroit pit stop, baggage delay) was erased from memory when I went to my room after checking-in. The Nine Zero gave me a fabulous corner room on the 18th floor therefore I had magnificent views of Boston.

Some of our personal highlights: love the Etro bath toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap), the zebra-print robes, the faux fur bedspread, the fruit-infused water near the concierge desk. We also love the complimentary wine hour (5-6PM) every day where they serve wine at the reception area and chat to hotel staff and/or meet other fellow travelers. I thought that was brilliant.

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Chandelier Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Christian Dior moon boots, D&G Dolce & Gabbana fur boots, Burberry Prorsum shearling boots, Puma sneakers, Lanvin sneakers, Kenzo booties, Finsk wedge booties.

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

You may guess which half of the closet is the BF’s and which one is mine…

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Leopard-print jacket from Carin Wester, Zara cardigan, Zara sweater, Michael Angel coat, Dolce & Gabbana fox fur jacket, Kenzo coat, Alice & Olivia cardigan, Diane von Furstenberg cardigan

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Watching the sunset at Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Zinfandel at Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Wine Hour Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero Hotel Boston

Nine Zero (Kimpton) Hotel is located at:

90 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118
Phone: +1.617.772.5800
Website: http://www.ninezero.com

Special thanks to the staff of the Nine Zero hotel for the extraordinary stay. I hope to visit you guys sometime in the very near future.




52 Comments

  1. Love Kimpton hotels! This is the only one in Boston/Cambridge I haven’t stayed in yet, but these gorgeous pics have me itching to try it. Also, serious envy over your winter wardrobe.
    Glad you enjoyed your visit to Boston!

  2. Beny Ricardo Sadewo

    Hmmmmm i just wonder if i were thereeee,…. so clean and charming.. ^^

  3. I love your Hello Kitty phone case!!!!! Great hotel review, I’ll have to look into it the next time I’m in Boston!

  4. Wow. I wish I could go to Boston. And this hotel? I don’t know. Perhaps in my dreams. ;-)

  5. Stop it you are making me feel less bitter about love. I’m so happy for you.

  6. Having to travel quite a lot for my work, I fully agree with you: few things are more self-destroying than large chains where everything is absolutely identical. I often prefer going to hotels which have fewer stars but which have a soul, either because it is a family hotel or a boutique hotel. In Pisa, I used to say in this small hotel which has not been renovated since 1950s by my own estimates. Not a luxurious stay, but I always felt welcome, the food was extraordinary and each room had a nice touch that can be summed up in one word: simplicity.

  7. i must say you look real cute with that hat of yours!
    you def the coolest dude outta here. so funny, stylish and all. your blog link is on my blog!
    xxx, StyleSktch

  8. i must say you look real cute with that hat of yours! you are def the coolest dude outta here. so funny, stylish and all. your blog link is on my blog!
    xxx, StyleSktch

  9. i must say you look real cute with that hat of yours! you are def the coolest dude outta here. so funny, stylish and all. your blog link is on my blog!
    xxx, StyleSktch

  10. OMG! that hotel is crazy beautiful! I can can understand why you feel attached to it I would be too, if I were lucky enough to stay there.

    La Camflower x

  11. oh, the kenzo coat is phenomenal, i love it!!!!

    and yes! thanks for teasing us BB with “the kiss” !!!!!!

  12. Thank you for sharing your experience at the Nine-Zero hotel in Boston. Looks like a very great spot – I will give it a try on my next trip to Boston.
    But i have to agree with you that you will not find emotionally connected to hotels worldwide, but when you travel a lot you will find 1-3 hotels, where you will always be glad to come back (a little bit like coming home) – I have the same situation with properties in Munich, New York and Hong Kong.
    Thanks for sharing your experience (and great pics)

  13. Hey there your fabulousness,
    I know you want to read that Amy Westcott, BLACK SWAN interview by Nell Alk this coming Monday.
    As the only judge in the Sunglass Hut FullTimeFabulous contest with any taste or real fashion cred, I’m counting on the fact that you recognize real talent and true passion for fashion when you see it. So I’m expecting that Nell Alk will be hearing the right news on Monday. Great blog BTW.
    That’s all.

  14. Just when I thought I can’t be any happier for you, here comes another pic that sets the happy meter ever higher. :)

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