Needham, Massachusetts, is a suburb located just about 15 miles southwest of Boston. First settled in 1681, Needham remained a part of nearby Dedham until 1711, when it split off and formed its own governance. The town had a strong knitting industry in past years after migrants from the English Midlands reestablished their businesses in the area. Today, the area is predominantly residential. Needham hotels provide a great base from which to explore this community.
Once you land at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Needham is just a short ride away on the commuter rail. To get to the commuter rail, take the subway's Silver Line to South Station and buy a ticket for the Needham Heights Line. The last three stops—Needham Junction, Needham Center, and Needham Heights—are all within town boundaries, so get off closest to where you've booked one of the hotels in Needham, MA. If you'd rather avoid public transportation, you can hire a cab at the curb. You can also reserve Needham car rentals to get yourself around once you're in town. After you arrive, head over to the Charles River Peninsula, a 30-acre nature preserve where you can enjoy trails, scenery, and recreational activities. In the evening, grab some Italian or American food in Needham Center and catch a show at the Longwood Opera before returning to your hotel. As long as you're passing through it, why not spend a day or two exploring Boston? Do a little shopping at the Prudential Center, and get yourself a cannoli in the North End. No need to hurry back—thanks to Travelocity's great hotel deals in Boston, you can have a convenient place to crash at the end of your evening in Beantown.
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