Located between the financial district and waterfront across from the lively Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the eight-story granite hotel was built as a warehouse ...
You are within walking distance to so many restaurants and bars. It's really nice inside the hotel. I would definitely stay here again!
Atop Commonwealth Pier, near the Seaport World Trade Center and the Boston Convention & Exhibit Center, this hotel is one mile from the Financial District, three ...
Loved the room service..house keeping...comfort is simply excellent
Boston's fashionable and historic Back Bay is the setting for this fully renovated boutique hotel on Copley Square. Newbury Street shops are 2 blocks away, and ...
I thought this place is amazing! Its right in the heart of downtown . But get it at a discount . Not worth full price
This 38-story Boston hotel is adjacent to 2 malls and a convention center, forming 3 climate-controlled blocks of shops and restaurants; within a half-mile of ...
Very clean rooms ,very helpful staff , the location of this hotel makes your stay amazing , everything you want to shop or eat is just in the mall , very convenient during winter because no need to go out walk especially during a storm !
Offering complimentary wireless Internet access throughout, this Boston hotel is located above the Kenmore Square subway station, 2 blocks from Fenway Park, ...
Close to Fenway,BU and Northeastern. Great hotel. Great beds fantastic staff
Located in historic Back Bay, this hotel just completed a $100 million dollar renovation, and is 3 miles from Logan International Airport and 200 yards from ...
Excellent hotel in a prime location in Boston. I stay here about five times a year for work and recommend it to everyone I know.
Hyatt Place Boston/Braintree is located right across the street from premier shopping at South Shore Plaza. Guests can take a free shuttle to select destinations ...
i booked hotel last sunday, but staff gave me key for roo. But it did not work, I need to call front desk 2-3 times for chance or re-key
Located on Freedom Trail in downtown Boston, this hotel is 3 blocks from Quincy Market, 2 from the State House and Boston Common, and adjacent to the Financial ...
Nice people. Hotel is a bit dated. Smallish rooms. Thin walls. Good water and heat.
Located in Downtown Boston, this boutique hotel is steps from Boston Opera House and Orpheum Theater. Boston Common and Boston Public Garden are also within ...
Only complaint is the music is so loud and incredibly obnoxious in the lobby. This isn't Abercrombie or H&M people, it's a hotel! Rooms on the small side too.
This hotel is connected to Logan Airport terminals by a climate-controlled skybridge. A complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle is also available.
We liked the hotel overall - beautiful, clean, comfortable bed, efficient staff, near the airport Our only surprise regarding our room was that there was no refrigerator or microwave and that we would have had to pay extra for WiFi to use our laptops. WiFi seems to be included just about everywhere ...
The city of Boston offers visitors a compelling combination of style, sophistication, history and charm. Travel back in time by taking a guided tour of the Freedom Trail, an actual red-brick path that weaves through the city and highlights the events that led to the US declaring independence from Britain. The tour includes a visit to Boston Common, Park Street Church and the Old State House, landmarks associated with the American Revolution. Boston's sophistication is partly due to its culture of academia and innovation. Known for its many academic institutions, there are over 100 universities and colleges in the greater Boston area. Some of the more famous ones are Harvard, MIT, Tufts University and Boston College.
A memorial monument that stands a proud 221 feet in the air makes its home on Breed Hill in Boston's Charlestown neighborhood. The Battle of Bunker Hill, although actually fought on Breed Hill, marks itself as the first official battle of the American Revolution. A symbol not only of the battle but of early Americans' dreams of independence, much effort was put into the Bunker Hill Monument's creation; a railroad was built just to transport the granite needed for its construction. Spend the afternoon here with the family, or admire it on your march along the Freedom Trail.
”Where everybody knows your name.” Cheers, which was originally named Bull & Finch pub, adopted its current moniker after the TV show gave the place such a boost in popularity. Situated conveniently in the city's center, locals and people from out of town can both enjoy the memorabilia and cozy atmosphere still available at this famous bar.
One of the oldest and largest libraries in the country, the Boston Public Library has millions of books and record archives at its disposal. The library is also renowned for its amazing architecture, which some have said resembles that of a mausoleum. Author talks, book signings and other literary events are often held here, making the BPL an ideal place to stop for a calmer family activity or on the way back to your hotel after a long day of business.
Open Tuesday through Sunday, this marketplace covers five floors with approximately 150 antique dealers showing their wares. Being on the East Coast, the antique stalls are well-stocked, and each artifact comes with a unique history. Whether you're looking for estate jewelry or that one focal piece of furniture, there's a good chance you can uncover it at the Cambridge Antique Market. Just be sure to allow space in your luggage for the prizes you may find here.
If you're visiting Boston in the early months of the year, you can expect a typical northern winter, with temperatures averaging about 27 degrees Fahrenheit. Sections of Boston that are more inland can become even colder. The hot and humid summers average near 80 degrees. The humidity lessens the farther inland you go, but the entire city experiences at least mildly hot and balmy weather conditions. This is especially true during late June, July and August. Late summer and early autumn can bring on severe thunderstorms or even hurricanes. On the plus side, Boston has never experienced a life'threatening tornado.
Late spring and early summer are the best times to begin looking for Boston hotels to book for your vacation. Since the winters can prove to be too cold and the fall experiences heavy storms, visiting during the summer ensures that weather will not prevent you from exploring all that this city has to offer. Festivals frequently pop up during the warmer months; your stomach won't thank you for missing Chowderfest. Although both the history and modernity of Boston will ensure there's something to do 12 months a year, the great weather of the summer will motivate you to keep moving all day, and into the night.
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