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Boston Park Plaza - Boston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Boston Park Plaza

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston - Map
Great location. Hotel was nice (I'm sure even nicer once all the renovations are done).
Traveller from Morton, Il
Located in historic Back Bay, this hotel is 3 miles from Logan International Airport and 200 yards from the Boston Common and …More
Taj Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Taj Boston

15 Arlington St, Boston - Map
"A great value! ADA-compliant rooms are beautiful :)"
My mother and I travel frequently to Boston for medical appointments. The Taj Boston is our home away from home. The ADA-compliant rooms are absolutely beautiful. Each stay there is like a mini-vacation. Perfect location. Elegant surroundings. Friendly, helpful staff. Fine dining. A great choice for us!
CapeCodTravelWriter from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Facing the Public Garden and adjacent to Newbury Street boutiques, this historic hotel was built in 1927, and is 1 block from …More
Revere Hotel Boston Common - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Revere Hotel Boston Common

200 Stuart St, Boston - Map
"Exquisite stay! We'll be back."
We had 4 nights in Boston recently, and the last three were spent in the Revere. In contrast to the stay in the hotel just across the street on the first night, the space was ample and well detailed, and the service was exceptional and friendly. We were right at home as soon as we arrived. We've stayed in a number of hotels in the Common neighborhood and this is at the top of our list for value and we look forward to returning!
pdougla002 from Minneapolis, MN
The Revere Hotel is at the edge of the Theatre District, 1 block from the Arlington "T" Station and 2 blocks from Boston …More
The Westin Copley Place - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Westin Copley Place

10 Huntington Ave, Boston - Map
"Great accomodations."
Staf was friendly and helpful, service was prompt. the room was perfect, bed was comfortable. overnight parking was a little steep at $47.
JoendKathy from Hanover
This hotel is centrally located in the heart of Copley Square, within walking distance of Hynes Convention Center and the …More
Loews Boston Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Loews Boston Hotel

154 Berkeley Street, Boston - Map
"Great hotel"
Stayed here for a business meeting in Boston; it was just a few blocks from the Prudential Center, which was an okay walk, partly inside if you wanted. Pretty new; very clean and well mantained. Nice bar/restaurant , also nice exercise room; nice room comfort
Traveller from St. Louis
Located at the former Boston Police Headquarters building from the 1920s, the fully updated Loews Boston Hotel is in the Back …More
South End Brownstone - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

South End Brownstone

1031 Tremont St #4, Boston - Map
This apartment is located in Boston (Roxbury), close to Northeastern University, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Boston …More
Sheraton Boston Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sheraton Boston Hotel

39 Dalton St, Boston - Map
"Great stay"
Great room and great location.  The club room breakfast was great.  Would have liked firmer pillows though.  All in all a great stay.  Would come back.
This hotel in Boston's historic Back Bay provides indoor access to the Hynes Convention Center, the Prudential Center, Copley …More
Copley Square Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Copley Square Hotel

47 Huntington Ave, Boston - Map
"Boutique in the heart of Back Bay"
Loaded with pre-war charm and an attentive and friendly staff, the Copley Square Hotel was a delight. Located between the Boston Public Library and the Copley Place Shopping Center, it puts you just three blocks off Newbury Street and 2 blocks from the Copley Square T Station. Our 2 double bed room was smaller than modern hotels but comfortable enough for two people. A family of 4 (or 5) would be unhappy.
Traveller from Cary, NC
Boston's fashionable and historic Back Bay is the setting for this fully renovated boutique hotel on Copley Square. Newbury …More
Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston

26 North St, Boston - Map
"Wonderful location"
This hotel has the best location for the North End as well as Quincy Market.  The staff was very friendly and allowed us to check in well before check in time of 3pm.  We had a standard King room and the room and bathroom were spacious and modern. The bed was comfortable, but the pillows could use some updating.  The only real down side to this hotel is that they do no offer free wi-fi in your room and even charge to use the business center computers as well as charge to print per page.  We would definitely stay here again simply because of the location.
Kathleen23 from Charleston, SC
The lovely Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston is located across from historic Faneuil Hall shops and restaurants near the …More
Boston Marriott Copley Place - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Boston Marriott Copley Place

110 Huntington Ave, Boston - Map
"Good but parking is terrible"
I thought the hotel was great, the staff was great and the rooms were great, but the most annoying part was parking and valet service. I wish I knew what valet service costs and what the closest parking cost. I made a mistake and picked the closest parking and because I had to leave, that was not a good thing to do. Other than that it was great.
Golfdoog from Wilbraham, MA, USA
This 38-story Boston hotel is adjacent to 2 malls and a convention center, forming 3 climate-controlled blocks of shops and …More

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    Boston, Massachussetts Hotel Guide

    A proper yet progressive colonial-era city, Boston welcomes its guests with the reserved, polite warmth and jovial good humor New Englanders are known for. Home to volumes of historic, as well as more contemporary events, a stay in a Boston hotel emphasizes its place in the great cities of the world. Although a bit more expensive than many other large cities, there are still good hotel values available offering quaint furnishings and interesting neighborhoods simply steeped in American tradition.

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    From grand, thousand-room high-rises to tiny bed and breakfast houses dating back hundreds of years, Boston area hotels are grouped mainly into the Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Fenway, West End, North End, South End, Financial District, and downtown waterfront areas. High-end hotels are well represented by a long list of major luxury hotel groups, joined by several local establishments.

    For a true New England experience on your next vacation or business trip to Boston, include a stay, or at least a stop, at The Lenox Hotel, a turn of the century 1900-era bastion of luxury and the good life located in the Back Bay district. Its rotunda ceilings and elaborate architectural detail are even more of a marvel in today's terms than in 1900. In similar fashion, the Fairmont Coply Plaza has been hosting Presidents, royalty and weary travelers since 1907, with an attention to detail that remains enchanting. Sister to the famed New York City Plaza, she sports the monogrammed "P" in all the right places.

    Whether traveling for business or pleasure, you can find a deal on a value hotel nestled near Faneuil Hall and the business district for just over $100 a night. There is no shortage of handsome Boston hotels giving respite to vacationing travelers in a quintessentially Boston manner.

    Hotels in Boston

    Considered by many to be the cultural nerve center of New England, the city of Boston, MA, is home to numerous highly esteemed colleges and universities, countless museums, and a plethora of historic landmarks. You can learn about important events in Boston's early years by walking the Freedom Trail or visit the famous Harvard Yard in neighboring Cambridge. Catch a ballgame at legendary Fenway Park, or take a kayak down the beautiful Charles River. There is so much to see and do here that it would be impossible to do it all in one vacation. But that's OK because this alluring port city will surely draw you back again and again! The best part is that Travelocity will always be here to help you save money with incredible deals on cheap hotels in Boston, MA. With Travelocity, finding affordable Boston hotels is easy. Why not start planning your Boston vacation today?

    What to See

    If you're traveling to Boston, don't miss the Freedom Trail. This historical treasure map consists of a red line running through 2.5 miles of downtown Boston. Along the route, travelers will notice special markers embedded in the ground at 16 historically important places. These 16 stops include the Old South Meeting House, Faneuil Hall, and the Paul Revere House. You'll see the oldest public school in America, the site of the Boston Massacre, and Revere's final resting place in Boston's third-oldest cemetery. Walking the Freedom Trail is a quick way to learn a lot about Boston's past. The majestic Harvard Yard is a great place to visit for a relaxing stroll in the shade or a picnic with friends. The oldest part of Harvard's campus, this grassy courtyard is steeped in history, and its serene atmosphere provides a bit of a break from the hustle and bustle of nearby Harvard Square. Of course, it is also a popular tourist destination, and depending on when you visit, you may find it crowded with people. Boston Common is another fine location for picnics. It is the oldest city park in the country and the first stop on the Freedom Trail. Today, this calm, green sanctuary in the midst of the city is a popular gathering place for people in search of some relaxation.

    What to Do

    Stay active by taking a guided bicycle tour of Boston! These tours are a great way to see a lot of the city's main attractions in a relatively short amount of time, usually two or three hours. If you've already seen a lot of the more popular sites, why not rent a bicycle and explore Boston on your own? Just be sure to wear a helmet! Maybe you'd prefer to drift down the picturesque Charles River in a kayak or a canoe. This is an incredible way to view the city from a slightly different perspective. There is nothing like being on the river's calm waters, surrounded by the sights of the inimitable Boston skyline. Don't worry if you don't have your own watercraft; you can rent a life jacket and a kayak or a canoe from Charles River Canoe and Kayak for a reasonable price. If you're a Red Sox fan or simply a fan of baseball in general, you'll want to come to Boston when you can attend a game at Fenway Park. Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway opened back in 1912. It is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball. You can also take a tour of the park and get a closer look at some of its idiosyncratic features, like Pesky's Pole and the famous Green Monster.

    Discover and learn something new with a trip to Boston's Museum of Science! Open daily except for certain holidays, the museum plays host to a vast array of impressive exhibits, live presentations, a planetarium, an IMAX theater, and frequent special events throughout the year. Of particular note is Cliff, one of only four mostly-complete triceratops skeletons on display in the world. Don't miss the colossal Cliff and much more at one of New England's most respected cultural institutions. Also, most weekends, you can catch a free live concert or film at Boston's famous Hatch Shell on the Charles River Esplanade. This is a fantastic way to enjoy a relaxing summer evening outdoors with family and friends. Bring a blanket and a bite to eat, sit back, and enjoy the show! Don't leave Boston before whale-watching in Boston Harbor. There are various cruises that will take you into the harbor with experts who will make sure you catch a glimpse of these truly amazing creatures. A whale-watch is a great way to see whales in their natural habitat, and it's a unique experience you won't soon forget.

    When to Visit

    Boston is a popular travel destination throughout the year; you won't notice a lot of variation in the size of crowds from one season to the next. Due to its many colleges and universities, the city experiences a slight uptick in the number of visitors during fall and spring, when school starts and ends. The weather is also pleasant during these seasons, meaning wonderful opportunities for sight-seeing and outdoor activities. The New England foliage is breathtaking in the fall, when the leaves are changing colors, and Boston hotels fill up quickly around this time. Summer in Boston can get hot, but the heat is almost never unbearable. This is a popular time for families to visit with children on summer vacations. The city sees a lot of snowfall in the winter months, but special events like the annual Boston Tea Party re-enactment in December continue to draw visitors to the area during this time of year. Because Boston stays so busy year-round, it's a good idea to buy your tickets and book accommodations online sooner rather than later. Travelocity can help you find outstanding travel packages and incredible prices on hotels in Boston, MA, any time of year. Your vacation in Boston, a one-of-a-kind New England city brimming with history and culture, is sure to be unforgettable. Browse Boston hotel deals online today with Travelocity and find your dream hotel! Boston awaits!

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