Staying in the right location can make the difference between a nice vacation and a truly memorable travel experience. So, if you're planning a vacation to the Massachusetts capital, Boston, be sure to check out the neighborhood of South End, which is situated 1 mile (2 kilometers) southwest of Boston's heart.
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard Square and Copley Place are some popular attractions you should think about checking out when you're exploring Boston.
When staying in South End, you'll be within walking distance from the Boston Common, one of Boston's must see tourist sights.
Have you always wanted to visit South End to check out the Boston Public Garden? Why not give yourself lots of time to do it properly by reserving a hotel nearby, at your choice of the InterContinental Boston, Kimpton Nine Zero Hotel, The Inn At St Botolph, Hotel Commonwealth and The Lenox Hotel Boston.
Are you looking for a place rest your weary feet in South End? While there you ought to go and have a look at the Northeastern University, so why not stay close to the attraction where you will have a good assortment of accommodation options to pick from, such as the Mandarin Oriental Boston, Four Seasons Hotel Boston, The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, Fifteen Beacon and Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston.
If you and your travel group are eager to adventure through Boston, then you might like to consider spending some time in South End. There you can spend your vacation within a few blocks of the Faneuil Hall Marketplace at the The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay and The Westin Copley Place, Boston, or you can stay within the vicinity of the New England Aquarium at the Seaport Boston Hotel and The Langham, Boston.
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