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The Langham, Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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The Langham, Boston

250 Franklin St, Boston 02110 - Map
 
 
"Pleasant stay!"
Had a very pleasant stay this past week, although the hotel bathroom I stayed in was old, the room was lovely and spacious. Both dinner at BOND and breakfast at the hotel were only okay in terms of taste, there are better choices elsewhere in the city.
Traveller from New York, NY
The Langham, Boston, in the heart of the financial district, is 5 blocks from Boston Harbor and within 4 miles of Harvard Square.More
Seaport Boston Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Seaport Boston Hotel

1 Seaport Lane, Boston 02210 - Map
 
 
"Celebrating "
In Boston for the boat show at the convention center which was very close by & a short walk to our favorite restaurants/shops We would definitely stay again
A Traveller
Atop Commonwealth Pier, near the Seaport World Trade Center and the Boston Convention & Exhibit Center, this hotel is one …More
The Bostonian Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Bostonian Boston

26 North St, Boston 02109 - Map
 
 
"Great stay "
Perfect location, awesome pricing, clean with a friendly staff!
Traveller from Pasadena
The lovely Bostonian Boston is located across from historic Faneuil Hall shops and restaurants near the Freedom Trail …More
Boston Park Plaza - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Boston Park Plaza

50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston 02116 - Map
 
 
"Great hotel in an Amazing Location. "
The staff, Ashley & Bruce in particular, were amazing. From the valets to the staff in the lobby, all staff members were incredibly nice and attentive. This was especially impressive given the large volume of people checking out at the time we arrived (it was the end of the UN Modeling convention, Yikes!). The level of service offered here was superior. The only compliant I have is there needed to be an additional mirror near an outlet outside the bathroom. One above the TV buffet would’ve been perfect as there’s an outlet and chair there already. The location of the Hotel was absolutely perfect! The Public Garden was located one block away. Newbury ST, Boston Public Library, The Prudential and the Theater District were also within walking distance. The staff had recommended amazing restaurants which were literally right outside our door, Maggiano's and MJ OConnor's.
Traveller from Western MA
Located in historic Back Bay, this hotel just completed a $100 million dollar renovation, and is 3 miles from Logan …More
Boston Harbor Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Boston Harbor Hotel

70 Rowes Wharf, Boston 02110 - Map
 
 
"room overlooking the harbor,excellent"
parking not user friendly, needs better signage, needs specific car location designators "ie" 101,102 first floor, 201,202, second floor etc. car locations numbered slots room accoutrements confusing, I picked up off a tray a plastic container of nuts, water ,cheese combo, never opening them and upon check out I was charged for them. unfortunately the sensors were "watching" not a pleasant feeling. not a nice system, get rid of it!! At check out I was charged but had to be aware.
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
Club Quarters Hotel in Boston - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Club Quarters Hotel in Boston

161 Devonshire St, Boston 02110 - Map
 
 
"Perfect hotel"
I had to stay in town because of a storm and was able to book a Club Quarters room on Expedia. It was a delightful hotel; the room was small (which I did not mind) and very very clean comfortable and nicely decorated with everything I needed. They had coffee in the attractive living room in the am and some snacks (nuts and fruits). I would stay again in a heartbeat. The only bad thing was the restaurant, which is right off the lobby although a separate business I believe. I went there about 11, was ignored for a long time before anyone came to my table and then found they no longer served breakfast at 11 am. I ended up leaving and eating somewhere else.
Traveller from Arlington VA
Located only 2 blocks from Faneuil Hall and Post Office Square, Club Quarters Hotel in Boston's financial district offers …More
The Charles Hotel - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$576
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The Charles Hotel

One Bennett Street, Cambridge 02138 - Map
 
 
Rooms are excellent and very pleasant with nice view,nice pillows,towels and all kinds of toilleteries. The only extremely awful is the HENRIETTA'S restaurant i would fired right away the cook because the food is discusting.Everything in in can make you fat,for example the fish sandwish,the is no fish is pure cornmeal,discusting,i had to ask for more of the table bread,which was ok,so i could have something in my stomach. Change the menu or change staff,sorry but it was awful.
Traveller from miami
This Cambridge hotel is located in the heart of Harvard Square's cafes, shops, and entertainment, and is two blocks from …More
Kimpton Marlowe Hotel - Cambridge Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Kimpton Marlowe Hotel

25 Edwin H. Land Blvd, Cambridge 02141 - Map
 
 
Great place to stay while in Boston. This hotel is awesome. It is clean and comfortable, the staff is great and very accommodating.
A Traveller
This Cambridge hotel overlooks the Charles River and is adjacent to the CambridgeSide Galleria shopping center; Boston is …More
Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Battery Wharf Hotel, Boston Waterfront

3 Battery Wharf, Boston 02109 - Map
 
 
"Enjoyed our stay only 1 complaint"
The hotel was great, I would definitely recommend a harbor view. Our only complaint was a staff member came in at 10am to "check the honor basket items". It was a little uncomfortable as we stood there in our bathrobes as she came in to count items for inventory. When I called down to the front desk to ask if it was normal, they said yes they refill the items for you daily. However, we never requested this and we checked out an hour later. Being in the industry, this is not normal and could have waited until check out. Otherwise, a nice hotel.
A Traveller
This waterfront retreat is surrounded by unique shopping, fine dining, spectacular coastal views, and the rich historical …More
Copley Square Hotel - Boston Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$190
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Copley Square Hotel

47 Huntington Ave, Boston 02116 - Map
 
 
"Great hotel with personality and personal service"
My daughter and I had a great stay! We both attended a work conference at the Jones, which was an easy walk! So glad we didn't stay at the Sheraton or the Marriott, and opted for the Copley square boutique hotel experience! Room was quiet and very nice. Service and evening wine reception were wonderful. Very gracious helpful staff. Hotel is in the heart of restaurants, shopping, and the T (metro)
Traveller from seattle
Boston's fashionable and historic Back Bay is the setting for this fully renovated boutique hotel on Copley Square. Newbury …More

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    Boston Resorts & Spa Travel Guide

    Boston, Massachusetts, is an exciting city that is home to some of the most popular universities and statesmen in the country, but that's not the only reason it’s a fantastic place to visit. History is not forgotten in Boston; it’s alive and well and welcoming visitors from around the world. Considered a combination of stylish sophistication and New England charm, it offers cozy boutique resorts in the Back Bay shopping area and the financial district as well as five-star Boston beach resorts. Expedia.com is your gateway to resorts in Boston, MA, and we’ll get you the sweetest deals available whether you’re traveling to the city's spectacular Fourth of July event or are looking for some awesome skiing in the area.

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    When to Visit Boston

    The summer months of late May through late September, with daytime temperatures between the high 60s and the low 80s, are the most popular time to visit the city. The electrifying fall foliage is at its peak in mid-October, and the crisp and sunny fall days are perfect for walking the Freedom Trail. Because of the modifying effect of the Atlantic Ocean, the winters can range from moderate to cool with an average low daytime temperature of 22 degrees. It’s perfect for skiing and other winter sports, and Expedia.com can get you the best rates on ski resorts near Boston.

    Where to Start

    The museums alone feature a wealth of exhibits, starting with the Museum of Fine Arts. Aside from Paris, it hosts the biggest collection of Monet paintings as well as the biggest collection of Japanese art, next to Japan. Kids love the Egyptian exhibit where they can see several mummies and tombs, and the museum has many paintings of famous Revolutionary War heroes. Another top attraction is the MIT Museum. It has changing exhibitions and hands-on activities in science and technology, architecture and design, and holography.

    After visiting the indoor attractions, you walk The Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile route that passes 16 historical sites. The tour features guides dressed in 18th century costumes who put on a fun and interesting show with information about Boston Common, the Granary Burying Ground, the Paul Revere House, and the USS Constitution, to name a few.

    Convenient Boston Resort Amenities

    Some of the amenities available during you stay at resorts near Boston include free bottled water, Wi-Fi, and newspapers. The rooms contain bathrobes, coffee makers, climate control, and fitness centers. Many Boston resorts have in-house pubs and cafes. Family-friendly amenities include childcare, video game consoles, microwaves, and refrigerators on request. Many hotels in Boston cater to business travelers with workstations featuring multimedia connectivity, ergonomic chairs, data ports, and meeting rooms.

    The Gateway

    Boston really is the hub of some of the most famous destinations in the country. You can take a ferry from the harbor in the summer to Cape Cod for fun and entertainment. You can also take a ferry or bus to Salem, Massachusetts, home of the infamous Salem Witch Trials, for a Halloween celebration you’ll never forget.

    When you need a break from city life, try visiting one of the beaches just a few miles away. The L Street Beach in South Boston and Revere Beach are two of the most popular. Revere Beach hosts the New England Sand Sculpting Festival for five days every July and attracts sculptors from all over the world. You can taste some delicious lobster rolls or order a clam plate at one of the many nearby eateries. It’s the oldest public beach in the U.S. and has lifeguards on duty from late June to Labor Day.

    Back in the city, you can take a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery on Jamaica Plain and sample a bit of this craft brew, or visit the Boston Aquarium, one of the best in the country, in the financial district. Book your cheap vacation to Boston on Expedia.com today. We’ll arrange cheap flights to Boston, a romantic getaway for couples, or a resort stay that offers spa treatments in this vibrant and fascinating city.

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