Hotels in Boston

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The world associates Boston, Massachusetts with The Boston Marathon, Fenway Park, baked beans, and the Cheers Restaurant- an iconic landmark. But if you dig deeper, there are surprising treasures that make it one of the best destinations in the USA. Since Boston is dedicated to art, it is home to pre-eminent institutions such as Huntington Theatre Company, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and Berklee School of Music. This explains why the entertainment sector is vibrant in this capital of Massachusetts. Boston is a very walkable location meaning you can check out the top attractions on foot. It doesn't matter whether you are staying at a hotel in Boston for a few days, you should be able to see lots of places like Boston Public Garden - a beautiful green space in downtown. eDreams consistently displays the best hotel deals in Boston so you must keep watch. No matter when you are travelling, you will find great savings on the most popular resorts. Our filter system comes with options to help you hone in your search by facilities: spas, pools, cheap hotels, and boutique hotels. Feel confident as you fill in the number of rooms you are booking as well as how many people you will be travelling with.

What must I see In Boston?

The Freedom Trail is a historical landmark which highlights significant sites related to the founding of the United States. It is a fun way to learn the history behind the city of Boston. Take a walk from the Boston Common through North End all the way to Charlestown. There are 16 monuments to see along the red-brick pathway. The Museum of Fine Arts is another thumbs up attraction housing about half a million masterpieces. It is the fourth-biggest US museum with collections spanning from the ancient Egyptian to Asian arts. Take a glance at the rotating exhibit. Another historical site that should be up on your list is the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. It has a stunning courtyard dappled with female statues in a garden setting. Inside the establishment, you'll find peculiar drawings, paintings, furniture and books from Renaissance Italy, medieval Europe, and ancient Rome. Add to your itinerary the Old North Church - its history dates back to 1723.

Where should I stay in Boston?

If it's your first time to look for a hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, eDreams will help you a great deal in choosing the most suitable location. It feels good to take in some beauty of a historic neighbourhood around Charles River. You will, therefore, need to book a hotel downtown to explore the Back Bay. After a long day of activities, you can admire the brownstones along the tree-lined street at Commonwealth Avenue. There are many places to shop downtown e.g. Boylston streets and Newbury. If you are looking for a hotel in a vibrant destination with immigrants, Chinatown would be of great appeal. You will never get hungry in Chinatown because the number of noodle restaurants, grocery stores, sum eateries, and cafes are so diverse. Craving for a hike on ancient ruins or swimming? Why not reserve your accommodation in Boston Harbor Island? At the old port, you can watch the stars while camping at a national park without leaving the city. There are 34 isles on Harbor Island, the most historic port in England. Check out the hidden outdoor spaces when you board a seasonal ferry from Quincy or Wharf Long.

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