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Super convenient, train stops right outside the building. Everyone was very nice, we loved the location and our stay in Boston. Would absolutely do it again.
We picked the Beacon Inn for the price and location, and was a pleasant stay. Of course it's not a 5-star hotel as it is a 200yr old townhouse, so we didn't have extreme expectations and the stay was nice and comfortable (and the furniture is beautiful antique). The room did need some updates (wallpaper ...
Beacon Inn 1087$99Beacon Inn 1087$99
I usually stay in Boston but went outside the city (not too far). It was nice to stay where people live and experience a new neighborhood.
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Brookline$170Courtyard by Marriott Boston Brookline$170
In a quiet and very nice neighborhood, this house offers several rooms on two floors, with a shared bathroom on each floor. Breakfast includes bagels, hard boiled eggs, cereal, fruit, yogurt and coffee cake. Windows are openable for fresh air! It's an old house - a few modern touches where needed, ...
Coolidge Corner Guest House$119Coolidge Corner Guest House$119
Traveling to new places can be more than just checking off a spot on the map, it can also be about taking in the culture and history of a region. One of the best ways to experience the culture of an area is to learn about its history. Exploring museums or landmarks is a great start, but staying in a Brookline historic hotel can ferry you back to another era. Pack your bags (you won't need a time machine) as your Brookline famous hotel awaits.
A stay in one of these Brookline traditional hotels can give you a feel for a historic period right from the start. From old-world facades to some of the oldest hotels in Brookline infused with a rich past, these surroundings will make you immediately get the sense like you are a time traveler, not a tourist. Don't worry, you aren't required to live like the hotel's past occupants. While these lodgings are older, they have many up-to-date comforts to help you relax or keep in touch during your trip. You'll notice rooms furnished with a cozy bed and just about everything else you'll need for a wonderful stay.
After you have checked out the hotel's grounds, you can visit the museums and well-known landmarks to take in more of the region's culture. If you love history, then you have come to the right place. Brookline has 4 historical sites and landmarks nearby. After checking out places like John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, Frederick Law Olmsted House National Historic Site, and Brookline Resevoir of the Cochituate Aqueduct you'll be able to pen your own guide on Brookline. Oh, and don't forget to squeeze in a visit to George R. Minot House. Looking for more things to do in Brookline? You can read what fellow visitors found worth checking out in Expedia's review section. You'll find 2349 suggestions in our comment section on great places to eat, more sights to see, and what they loved most about their visit.
If you are looking to get the most from your Brookline visit, a stay in a vintage hotel will elevate your experience in this historically-rich city. With Expedia having 1236 of these one-of-a-kind hotels to pick from. Rates on these Brookline historic hotels range from $99 to $175. You're sure to discover one that you'll love. But, just like the historical locations you're exploring, these rates won't last forever. Reserve soon to get your room in one of these historic properties.