The Lenox is a historical and popular hotel in Boston. It was built in the 1900s and named after Lady Sarah Lenox wife of King George III. The hotel itself is located on Boylston and Exeter streets which are directly on the route of the Boston Marathon which is held every April. Of the 214 rooms, many either have skyline views or wood fireplaces right in guest rooms. While the hotel was built in the 1900s the amenities are as modern as ever. Rooms come complete with LCD TVs, iPod docking stations, free wi-fi, mini fridge, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Each guest room also includes complimentary bottled water and free newspapers. The Lenox Hotel offers a wide variety of amenities and dining options. When guest arrive valet parking and the bellhops are on hand and ready to serve. There are complimentary tea and coffee in the lobby, a lovely fireplace in the lobby, and the front desk quickly checks guests in. While there is no pool at the Lenox, there is a fitness center and business center that guest may use. The Lenox offers 3 restaurants and bar lounge for dining and nightlife. Also, the hotel is home to 3000 square foot ballroom or facilities room. Upon request guest with allergies may stay in hypoallergenic rooms. This historic hotel aims to please its guests and make everyone's stay a pleasurable one. Nearby tourism includes the Boston Library, Saks Fifth Avenue and the Nielsen Gallery. Guests can also enjoy shopping on Newbury Street or take the Boston Haunted Ghost Tours of the city. Whether a guest comes to be pampered or for business, this historic hotel is an ideal place to stay in the heart of Boston’s historic district.