Located in the state of Massachusetts, Boston has been one of the oldest and most important American cities in the history of the young nation. Unofficially deemed the “capital of New England”, Boston and its greater metropolitan region are home to over eight million people.
Boston accommodation downtown
From its world famous Red Sox baseball team to its undisputed importance in American History (Boston was the home of such notable figures as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams), no city in the world is quite like Boston. The trademark Boston accent, a bit nasally with a heavy emphasis on the “ah” sound, is known internationally for better or worse.
The city’s reputation for crafting some of the finest baked beans on Earth is also well known and “Boston Baked Beans” are now a selling point as well as a wildly successful name for a candy made up of sugar coated peanuts.
This Boston accommodation is 5 minutes walk from the beach. Located just off I-93 and 8 km from Boston Common, this Ramada by Wyndham features an outdoor saltwater pool. Free shuttle service is offered to/from the airport and subway station.
Boston Museum of Fine Arts
John Hancock Tower
Longwood Medical Area
Boston Public Garden
Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
Because of Boston’s location on the Boston Harbor and its surrounding area, the city is particular when compared to other nearby locations. All of Boston is contained within less than ninety square miles and, when adding the high population, Boston is one of the most densely populated cities in all of America.
87 Commercial Wharf, Waterfront, Boston, MA 02110, USA
This waterfront inn boasts an on-site marina that is filled with boats during the summer season. Each room at Boston Yacht Haven has nautical theme decor, a microwave, and a refrigerator. Select rooms include a sea view, private balcony, or sofa bed.
Millions of people visit Boston each year to take in the incredible amount of historical sites located in this glorious city. The famed public park known as “Boston Common”, for instance, is the oldest one in the entire country and it regularly draws a crowd of gawking sightseers from around the world.
The Old John Hancock Building is another famous destination, with its well-known weather beacon consistently gleaming in the sky telling citizens the current weather conditions. Whenever this historic landmark is flashing, the citizens know that a Boston Red Sox game has been rained out. At a time like this, many Bostonians seek refuge in the many world class pubs and bars strewn throughout the city.
Though there are countless landmarks that attract people from all over the world, Boston’s greatest buildings and monuments have to do with American History primarily. Boston was around even before the United States was a nation and it was the center of the greatest struggles during the tumultuous time before the Revolutionary War.
70 Rowes Wharf, Waterfront, Boston, MA 02110, USA
This 5-star waterfront hotel is located at Rowes Wharf, overlooking the Boston Harbor. The luxurious hotel offers a full-service spa, award-winning restaurants and a modern gym.
Every guest room at the Boston Harbor Hotel features a Smart TV with Bluetooth audio streaming. Free Wi-Fi, illy Coffee Machines and personalized minibar service are also provided. Deluxe Rooms offer a spacious sitting area.
The famed Boston Tea Party, for instance, happened right in the harbor after Bostonians snuck aboard a British ship and dumped out all the tea as a rebellion against the unfair tax practices of the U.K. The Boston Massacre also of course took place within the city and this famous “shot heard ‘round the world” was the catalyst for the future independence of this burgeoning nation.
Memorials can still be found in Boston detailing events like the Massacre, the famed Battle of Lexington and Concord, and the Siege of Boston, just to name a few. It isn’t only American history buffs that will be enthralled with Boston, however.
200 Boylston Street , Boston, MA 02116, USA
Located within steps of the Boston Common and the Public Garden, this Four Seasons has rooms with views of Boston and provides a free transfer service to attractions within 3.2 km of the hotel.
The hotel has facilities like an indoor pool, fitness center and spa. For guests with children, the Four Seasons Boston provides activities like cookie-making classes on select days.
Whether you come to visit the famed “Green Monster” known throughout Major League Baseball or the unrivaled Franklin Park Zoo, you can be sure that a visit to Boston will provide you with countless hours of amusement, enjoyment, and unadulterated pleasure.
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