Massachusetts Vacation Packages

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The Landing Hotel at Rivers Casino & Resort
Comfort Inn Glenmont - Albany South
Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Manchester Airport, NH
CrestHill Suites SUNY University Albany
Red Roof Inn Clifton Park

Top Hotels in Massachusetts

Hampton Inn Boston - Logan Airport
Hampton Inn Boston - Logan Airport
2.5 out of 5
230 Lee Burbank Hwy, Revere, MA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $110 per night from Nov 7 to Nov 7
4/5 Very Good! (1,240 reviews)
"Ease for airport was the only reason for my selection"

Reviewed on Oct 17, 2021

Hampton Inn Boston - Logan Airport
Boston Park Plaza
Boston Park Plaza
4 out of 5
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street, Boston, MA
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is $269 per night from Oct 31 to Oct 31
4.1/5 Very Good! (4,370 reviews)
"Wifi is good."

Reviewed on Oct 15, 2021

Boston Park Plaza
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
3.5 out of 5
207 Porter St, Boston, MA
Fully refundable
The price is $156 per night from Nov 7 to Nov 7
4.2/5 Excellent! (1,827 reviews)
"Fantastic place. Really appreciated bar/grill making us food without grumbling when we unknowingly arrived two minutes before closure. Our room was thoroughly clean, not the typical halfway clean of hotel rooms. Walked here from car rental at airport after dark. Well lit. So convenient! More expensive ..."

Reviewed on Oct 16, 2021

Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
Lowest nightly price found within the past 24 hours based on a 1 night stay for 2 adults. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

Top things to do in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Vacation Packages

Celebrate this state’s famous past as one of the original 13 colonies. Enjoy its historic sites, relaxing seashore and modern urban excitement.

Every U.S. schoolchild learns of the Pilgrims landing at Plymouth Rock, Massachusetts in 1620, establishing an early European settlement in the New World. This and other attractions make Massachusetts a fascinating historic state. Add the area’s exciting metropolitan centers and beautiful natural seashore and you’ll find plenty to do.

Visit Boston, the state’s capital and largest city, for both history and excitement. Follow the Freedom Trail along cobblestone streets to see over 50 landmark sites memorializing Revolutionary War events. Stroll through two-and-a-half-century-old Faneuil Hall near Boston Inner Harbor for boutique shopping, street performances and numerous cafés and fine restaurants. Sample Boston’s famous seafood. 

Travel to Cambridge along the Charles River to Harvard’s campus, with its ivy-covered nearly 400-year-old buildings, and nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology, better known as MIT, with its resident geniuses. Walk or bike along the Minuteman Trail, retracing Paul Revere’s path as he raced on horseback shouting, “The British are coming!” as the Revolutionary War began.

Drive to Salem, north of Boston, to learn about its notorious history during the 1692-1693 Salem witch trials, which generally ended with burning at the stake. The modern city treats its witches more civilly feel free to be a bit wild. 

Cape Cod’s arm extends into the Atlantic Ocean, providing many miles of rugged shoreline on the east and protected inner harbors on the west. Enjoy summer on the Cape swim, boat, shop, visit art galleries and attend performing art productions. Walk along peaceful dunes at the Cape Cod National Seashore and be hypnotized by waves and clouds.

For a relaxing several days in Massachusetts, make an overnight island trip. Whale-watch or enjoy the smell of sea spray on the ferry ride. Rent bikes to explore quiet streets and swim in the ocean waters. Nantucket provides a peaceful getaway with shopping and galleries. Look for celebrities on Martha’s Vineyard, a frequent presidential vacation spot, or find your own private places to de-stress along the quaint streets of the old-fashioned towns.

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