For a hotel that's barely a year old, The Liberty Hotel certainly has an interesting past. Formerly called The Charles Street Jail, it housed some of Boston's most notorious criminals for over a 100 years. Today, after an extensive restoration, the Liberty Hotel is one of the poshest hotels in all of Boston, and you don't have to commit a crime to stay a few nights. With spectacular views of the Charles River, the Liberty Hotel has 298 rooms and four food and drink options for everything you need to unwind and relax. The jail theme of the hotel resonates throughout, but it certainly makes you feel like a privileged inmate. The "do not disturb" door tag reads "solitary" instead, breakfast is served at the casual restaurant, "Clink," and drinks are aplenty at popular lounge bar, "Alibi." The hotel is close enough to rub elbows with politicians on Beacon Hill and within walking distance to high-end shopping on Newbury Street. To check out a former jail you'll want to stay in forever, take a look at my SLIDESHOW!