Best Hotels In Boston, MA To Meet Local Women

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I’ve been scoring dates in Beantown bars for as long as I can remember. The nightlife in Boston is phenomenal and there is no shortage of bars and clubs, but my personal favorite bars to go to are the hotel bars. Not only is it convenient to meet a local girl at a bar and take her up to a room but the bars alone are just awesome.

Here is a list of some of the best Boston hotel bars to meet women with great rooms to hookup in. One of the main reasons I really like this approach is because you can park your car and just hang out at the bar all night.

bars in hotels in Boston, MA
Alibi Bar @ Liberty Hotel In Boston

Best Hotels In Boston To Drink And Hookup

These hotels are all places that I’ve personally spent time in and hooked up at one point or another. If it’s not on the list then chances are I didn’t get lucky there. Here’s a rundown of the places to check out.  Keep in mind that these are not ranked in any particular order.

Noir – The Charles Hotel

Located on Bennett Street in Cambridge, this chic and cozy bar serves classic cocktails and offers signature drinks with an atmosphere reminiscent of 1940’s nightlife and a gorgeous outdoor patio that is great to pick up women during the warmer months.

Bond – Langham Hotel

Located on Franklin Street in Boston, this stylish bar mixes vintage and modern design with 25-foot vaulted ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and a 12-foot rosewood bar with plush lounge seating. Order one of their inventive cocktails or something from their extensive list of wines, champagne, and craft beers.

City Bar – The Lenox Hotel / The Westin Waterfront Hotel

With two locations in Boston on Exeter Street at The Lenox Hotel and at The Westin Hotel on Summer Street by the Boston harbor, neither of the fun and beautifully decorated locations disappoint. They are stylish sanctuaries with a wide variety of signature infused drinks and specialty martinis.

Alibi Bar and Lounge – Liberty Hotel

Located on Charles Street in Boston, this charming bar and lounge are set in the drunk tank of the old Charles Street Jail. The jail motif is maintained throughout with the original bluestone floors and brick cell walls.

The Hawthorne – Hotel Commonwealth

Located on Commonwealth Avenue in Boston, this impressive and beloved bar has craft cocktails with a heightened focus on hospitality and comfort and is considered to have one of the country’s top mixologists and craft tenders. Tell them exactly the type of drink you want and they will make you an original concoction designed just for you on the spot.

The Last Hurrah – Omni Parker House Hotel

Located on School Street in Boston; this famous whiskey bar gives you a bit of historic Boston with classic décor, signature martinis, and a selection of local beers. Whiskey Magazine named it as a great whiskey bar of the world.

W Lounge – W Hotel

Located on Stuart Street in Boston: this trendy lounge features great music and great drinks in an indoor atmosphere that feels like you’re outdoors. It’s great fun to sit next to the fire pit and play a board game that is provided for you from their fun collection.

Oak Long Bar – Copley Plaza Hotel

Located on James Avenue on Copley Square in Boston, this stunning bar and restaurant serves handcrafted cocktails and recently had an extensive restoration that left it absolutely beautiful down to the finest detail.

Living Room – The W

This is by far one of my favorite hotels in Boston. Located on Atlantic Avenue in Boston; this fun and popular lounge and restaurant feature some of the best local DJs, local music talent, and a comedy night. It has a laid-back and upscale atmosphere with plush bar couches and a 150-gallon saltwater aquarium overlooking the martini bar.

As I said, these are the best hotels that I’ve actually drunk at and hooked up in around the city. My advice would be to find one or two Boston college girls that will meet you. Either that or you can try and pick up some hot cougar going solo at the bar!

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