intercontinentalNearly eight years ago, the InterContinental Boston hit the hotel scene running and hasn’t stopped to look back. With more than 400 guest rooms and even a collection of private residences (for those who never want to leave), the all-glass contemporary property designed to resemble a Tall Ship, has an unbeatable location. The international dining scene here is impressive – start off with a rum cocktail while listening to Latin and Caribbean music at RumBa, order up a spicy tuna roll at Sushi-Teq and then end the evening with a relaxing dinner at the French brasserie known as Miel. Don’t miss a walk in the InterContinental Gardens, a two-acre waterfront promenade along Fort Point Channel. Click here for more information.