Completed in 1851, the Charles Street jail in Boston housed prisoners until 1990. Since then, this historic building in the Beacon Hill neighbourhood has been restored and transformed into the elegant and modern Liberty Hotel. Every aspect of the hotel pays homage to the building’s past, from the preserved cells on the windows to the names of the restaurants – Clink and the Yard among them. Preserved in the central building, the original catwalk offers a guests-only hangout with dinner service. Alibi, a cocktail bar serving late-night snacks is aptly situated in what used to be the jail's "drunk tank."