In the realm of hotel architecture, it is hard to imagine a more original design scenario than a Boston luxury hotel carved out of an iconic 19th century jail. But when the city is one as passionate about history as Boston and the structure is none other than the storied Charles Street Jail, the vision of The Liberty Boston luxury Hotel comes sharply into focus. Built in 1851, the Charles Street Jail was thought to be one of the best examples of the Boston Granite Style of the mid-19th century. Renovated in 2007, the interior design reflects a passionate commitment to authenticity while a more playful attitude defines its day-to-day style. Within the main building, there are 18 guest rooms, as well as meeting rooms, a grand ballroom and one of the city's hottest nightlife scenes. Adjacent to a historical gallery of images and tales from the previous 150 years, a 16-story tower houses 280 guest rooms with the latest in luxury linens, amenities and technology, enhanced by expansive views of Boston.