This Somerville hotel is 1.9 miles from the Bunker Hill Monument, 2.4 miles from the Cambridgeside Galleria, and 2.7 miles from the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
This hotel provides easy access to shopping and sights such as Assembly Square, Lego Land Discovery Center, TD Garden, USS Constitution and Quincy Market are just a short drive or a quick ride on the hotel's complimentary shuttle.
This property is located in Somerville (Prospect Hill), close to Semitic Museum, Harvard Square, and TD Garden. Also nearby are USS Constitution Museum and Museum of Science.
This Somerville property is located in the city center, nestled on the beach a short distance from Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution Museum, and Museum of Science. Also nearby are Semitic Museum and The Freedom Trail.
Situated in Somerville, this property is close to Semitic Museum, Harvard Square, and Harvard University. Also nearby are Bunker Hill Monument and Harvard Law School.
Situated in Somerville, this apartment building is close to Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution Museum, and TD Garden. Also nearby are Museum of Science and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Situated in the city center, this property is close to Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution Museum, and TD Garden. Also nearby are Museum of Science and The Freedom Trail.
Situated in Somerville, this property is close to Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution Museum, and TD Garden. Also nearby are Museum of Science and Massachusetts General Hospital.
Welcome to Somerville, Massachusetts, a city just 2 miles outside of Boston. Covering an area of just over 4 square miles, Somerville is the most densely populated city in New England. It's also considered to be exceptionally well-managed; it received an All-America City award in 1972, 2009, and 2015. Book your stay at one of the hotels in Somerville, and experience this city's diverse and thriving local culture.
Somerville is easy to get to from the Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). Just hop on Boston's subway system, take the Silver Line, and switch to the red line at South Station before riding on to Somerville's Davis Square. Alternatively, you can hire a cab and then rent a car in Somerville to get around after you've arrived. Once you've settled in at one of the Somerville, MA, hotels, go ahead and hit the town. Davis Square serves as one of the major commercial and cultural hubs in town. Whether you're looking for a place to eat, want to do some shopping, or are hoping to catch a show at the Somerville Theatre, you're in the right spot. The eateries offer diverse fare, including Mexican, Italian and BBQ. The Museum of Bad Art is a particularly fun stop—it is exactly as its name indicates. If you want to get a little fresh air, head over to the Mystic River Reservation to enjoy nature trails and scenic views of Boston. Remember, Boston itself is just a short ride away, so be sure to make the trip. Travelocity can book one of the cheap hotels in Boston for you so you have somewhere to crash after exploring the Freedom Trail or browsing the masterpieces at the Museum of Fine Arts.
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