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Boston Park Plaza - Boston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Boston Park Plaza

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston - Map
 
 
"Centrally located, reasonably priced (for Boston)"
The hotel is very conveniently located downtown, one block away from a T stop, and next to a long-term parking garage. Also, for a downtown Boston hotel, the prices were not bad. Of course, anything under $250/night is considered reasonable for that location. I was just a bit disappointed in all of the additional fees that seemed unnecessary. I may be naive about Boston hotels, but adding $50/night for an addition guest (my daughter), and $18/night "facility fee" for wifi adds up. I've never paid extra for wifi in a hotel before, and wouldn't expect that in 2016.
Traveller from New York
Located in historic Back Bay, this hotel just completed a $100 million dollar renovation, and is 3 miles from Logan …More
The Godfrey Hotel Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$266

The Godfrey Hotel Boston

505 Washington Street, Boston - Map
 
 
"Godfrey hotel experience"
The hotel was real nice and very clean. I felt the security was excellent where you had to use your room key to ride the elevator. The front door personnel were very friendly and courteous. We enjoyed our stay.
Traveller from Idaho Falls, Idaho
Located in Theatre District, this boutique hotel is steps from Boston Opera House and Orpheum Theater. Boston Common and …More
The Bostonian Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Bostonian Boston

26 North St, Boston - Map
 
 
"A perfect location!"
This hotel's location couldn't be better for those wanting to visit Boston's historic sites! It is right across the street from Faneuil Hall, and a short block or two from picking up the Old Town Trolley. The waterfront is also close by. The best Italian food imaginable is on Hanover Street, a very short walk away. The hotel itself is very modern and clean, and the staff is most friendly and helpful. they have a very good restaurant, where we ate a very reasonably priced and delicious lobster dinner!
Traveller from Maryland
The lovely Bostonian Boston is located across from historic Faneuil Hall shops and restaurants near the Freedom Trail …More
Hotel Marlowe, a Kimpton Hotel - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Marlowe, a Kimpton Hotel

25 Edwin H. Land Blvd, Cambridge - Map
 
 
"Very very nice"
Quite simply, everything was excellent. Very pleasant staff, very comfortable rooms, and spotlessly clean. One of the best hotel experiences I've had.
Traveller from Buffalo, NY
This Cambridge hotel overlooks the Charles River and is adjacent to the CambridgeSide Galleria shopping center; Boston is …More
Royal Sonesta Boston - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Royal Sonesta Boston

40 Edwin H. Land Boulevard, Cambridge - Map
 
 
"Great place to stay."
First time in Boston and Royal Sonesta was a great pace to stay, friendly and helpful staff and the hotel was fabulous.
Traveller from Decatur Illioins
Set on the banks of the Charles River, across from the 100 shops of CambridgeSide Galleria, Royal Sonesta Hotel Boston offers …More
Harborside Inn Of Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$306

Harborside Inn Of Boston

185 State St, Boston - Map
 
 
"Great location! "
My sister and I decided to do a quick, weekend trip to Boston. This was the perfect place to spend the night! Great location, walking distance to a lot of attractions. The staff was friendly and helpful. The room decor had a lot of character. Would definitely stay here again!
Traveller from H.
Located between the financial district and waterfront across from the lively Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the eight-story …More
Seaport Boston Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Seaport Boston Hotel

1 Seaport Lane, Boston - Map
 
 
"Great hotel will go back to again."
We stayed fron July 3 to July 6. Rooms clean had everything you needed. Fantastic showers, and very comfortable beds. Close to bus stop so easy to get around town.
Traveller from Tx
Atop Commonwealth Pier, near the Seaport World Trade Center and the Boston Convention & Exhibit Center, this hotel is one …More
Boston Harbor Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Boston Harbor Hotel

70 Rowes Wharf, Boston - Map
 
 
"The Staff"
From the "Welcome to the Boston Harbor Hotel" to the "Have a safe trip to the airport" every single staff member we encountered was great. Could not have expected any more. We will return and recommend.
A Traveller
The 230-room Boston Harbor Hotel is on Rowes Wharf, in the Financial District, and 2 blocks from Faneuil Hall Marketplace and …More
Nine Zero Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Nine Zero Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

90 Tremont St, Boston - Map
 
 
"great hotel, wonderful customer service! "
we recommend this hotel. staff was very friendly and the location was perfect too. within walking distance to tons of places.
Traveller from Norwalk CT
This trendy hotel is located along Boston's historic Freedom Trail and is 1 block from the Boston Common, the 18th-century …More
The Verb Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Verb Hotel

1271 Boylston St, Boston - Map
 
 
"perfect location"
Great location, clean, comfortable rooms, super nice staff. Would stay again
A Traveller
The Red Sox's Fenway Park is right across the street from this hotel in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.More

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    Throughout time, travelers like yourself have ambled widely and freely, looking to explore exotic destinations and neighboring cities alike. But not only do your roaming feet have the urge to traverse foreign ground, they want to know more about the origins of such places, too. That’s what makes Boston, Massachusetts, such an appealing sojourn—the city not only offers modern luxuries like sumptuous Boston lodging and emerging restaurants, but it’s laced with American history that still holds importance to this day. Armed with your leather notebook, camera, and your favorite pair of wandering shoes, you’re ready to seek out American origins in Beantown from one of the cheap hotels in Boston. And for those nomads who are less interested in the powdered wigs of the past and more intrigued by America’s present, you’ll find yourself in the heart of the nation—a place where you can eat fresh New England clam chowder while cheering on some of the most beloved sports teams in the country. You’d like to think it’s what the founding fathers would have wanted.

    Things to Do

    Deeply ingrained in the history of the city is a plethora of attractions for visitors to choose from just outside of the Boston hotels. Of course, when you’re looking for things to do in Boston, you’ll want to traverse the 2.5 mile course which documents 16 sites that affected the American Revolution—the Freedom Trail. Although you’re not obligated to wear a tricorn hat, you will want to look around as your guide takes you through the city of Boston. You’ll be passing through some of its most cultured and eclectic neighborhoods. But if you decide to bypass the pseudo-revolutionary in petticoats leading you past Paul Revere’s former residence, you can always follow your instincts and embark on a self-guided tour of Boston. Why not? Being your own guide has always worked out for you.

    Locals will suggest you begin in Fenway Park, where you’ll feel a sense of hushed awe wash over the crowd as the Red Sox take to the mound. Don’t dare mention the Curse of the Bambino while you sip local craft brews and dive into a hot bag of peanuts, because local courtesy only goes so far when it comes to baseball. After celebrating a win, let your good luck carry you on to Back Bay. The neighborhood offers shopping solutions that would have the Founding Fathers letting out exasperated sighs, but you appreciate that the current state of the union allows you to admire the opulent. While in this charming corner of the city, marvel at some of the Boston’s oldest private residences, and snap pictures of any grandiose Victorian brownstones that catch your eye before heading back to one of the many hotels in Boston

    Eating and Drinking

    Whether you’ve traversed the Freedom Trail or the shops on Back Bay’s Newbury Street, you’ve worked up an appetite and we have your guide to some must have Boston eats and drinks. There are many luxurious eateries in the Massachusetts city, but you owe it to yourself to sample a few Bostonian classics before fully tapping into your restaurant budget. For instance, there’s no better place in America (or dare we say, the world) to feast on baked beans accompanied by a cold craft beer. There are ample local breweries to choose from that specialize in everything from imperial stouts to hops-heavy IPAs, but it’s more than likely you’ll find yourself sipping a Samuel Adams. The positively presidential brew was created in Boston, and a sip of the chilly lager on a warm day will be the perfect complement to a freshly caught New England lobster (or as those from the area might say, “lobstah”).

    Although you might be tempted to call it a culinary day after filling up on the irresistibly delicious local cuisine, a wide array of international options awaits you as well. You might be intrigued by the mounds of homemade meatballs and fresh tagliatelle in the city’s Little Italy neighborhood, but you will be bypassing a quintessential Boston experience if you don’t enjoy at least one meal at an Irish pub. The bartender will regale you with tales of the city while you enjoy a frothy stout and a sizable plate of corned beef and soda bread. And although the restaurant might be Irish in theme, they’re sure to offer you some Boston cream pie for dessert. Like you, the Irish are known for being loyal to their heritage, but appreciative of their surroundings.

    Green spaces

    Parks are well-loved in Boston. When a city experiences a massive flurry of snow each winter, its citizens come to appreciate the natural glory of its outdoor spaces all the more. But no matter what time of year you find yourself in New England, Boston Common offers dreamy spaces to admire while you let your mind wander. Colorful fall leaves make expansive green lawns seem more vibrant in contrast, and newly fallen snow on Brewer Fountain makes the structure appear like a relic transported back in time. Spring and summer days will provide visitors with views of families picnicking and kite-flying, as the famed Washington Statue peers out over the park’s inhabitants in a state of restful knowingness.

    Day trips from Boston

    You’ve been clued into the best places to stay in Boston and can’t imagine leaving the serene city anytime soon, but you do feel the urge to explore further along the coast. Let the concierge at your accommodation know you’ll be taking a day trip, and rent a car to visit the city of Salem. Roughly 17 miles northeast of the capital city, the bewitching New England town is also home to some spellbinding American history. From historical sites that denote its various witch trials to classic East Coast lighthouses, you’ll be occupied from the moment you step foot in Salem until it’s time to drive back to Boston. During the journey, your mind wanders to the days of the Puritans, wondering how you would have fared in the rapidly evolving American landscape.

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    Now that you have an idea of where to stay in Boston, reserve your accommodation today with Travelocity. Will you opt to be near Boston Common and spend your days ambling outdoors, or perhaps in the heart of Back Bay, where there are some of the best luxury hotels in Boston? Wherever you choose to roam in Beantown, don’t be hesitant to reserve your Boston hotel stay today. There, you’ll learn about the city’s intricate role in American history and further your own travel story. And there’s no better time than the present to start your adventure, for as Boston-native Benjamin Franklin once said, “Lost time is never found again.”

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