I've stayed at the Langham a number of times. Someone told that it's housed in a former Federal Reserve Bank branch (or something along those lines); as a result, it has a very old-school Boston Brahmin feel to it, at least in the barroom. The rooms I stayed in were of decent size, with very high ceilings and nice details. I stayed in the Boston Harbor hotel a few weeks ago. The rooms were decent, but I thought the Langham had a better vibe to it. Also, if you do stay there, make sure your room is on the harbor side of the building. I had a high-floor room on the opposite side, which overlooked one of the many Big Dig projects still in process. Regardless, both of those places seem like odd choices for a pleasure trip, as they are both more or less in the financial district of Boston. There's not a lot going on down there after 6pm (or even before 6pm, as my NYC-based co-workers and I always marvel when in town on business). I guess Fanuel Hall is a short walk from both, but that's not much of an attraction. Might I recommend the Charles Hotel in Cambridge? A charming little place right off of Harvard Sqaure. Cambridge is a neat little town, and Boston proper is a five-minute T ride away. Anyway, congratulations. I just got back from my honeymoon myself. We went to Zihuatanejo, Mexico, and stayed at La Casa Que Canta. I couldn't recommend this place more highly for someone looking for a honeymoon destination.