Boston Holidays: Five of the Top Hotels for Best Luxury Breaks

Boston, Cambridge, Charles River, Massachusetts

Boston is known for its diverse tourist attractions. Excellent connectivity with its neighboring cities, Cambridge and Brookline, via mass transit and road networks and a plethora of upscale hotels in Boston make it a popular tourist hub in New England. With an array of museums, art galleries, historical sites, nature parks, and waterfront recreational opportunities, Boston easily makes it to the list of top ten tourist destinations in the USA.

Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center, South End

Located at South End, Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center is only a few minutes from the downtown and Back Bay. The hotel runs complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport, downtown and other main business and entertainment districts of the city. Non-smoking guest rooms are furnished with luxurious beds, high-definition TVs, high-speed internet, and work desks. Staying at this South End hotel lets you explore this historic district’s Victorian brownstone neighborhoods at your own pace for an offbeat travel experience.

South End Boston, Victorian houses, Boston

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Hotel Commonwealth, Kenmore Square

Located in Boston’s entertainment district, Kenmore Square, Hotel Commonwealth allows quick access to Boston’s nightlife and Fenway Park. The hotel’s chic, contemporary interior is designed to match the standard of upscale urban lifestyle in Boston. The hotel’s on-site restaurants are famous for their flavorful culinary delights.  An array of room amenities includes a tab with the hotel’s apps installed in it. King-size beds, writing desks, comfortable sitting areas, smart TVs, refrigerators, and spacious bathroom with bathrobe and premium toiletries are there to ensure your comfort and convenience.

Boston Public Garden, Massachusetts

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The Bostonian Boston, Downtown Boston

A few minutes’ walk from Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, The Bostonian Boston is located in the bustling financial district of Boston. Many of the downtown Boston attractions, including New England Aquarium and Boston Harbor, are within walking distance from this hotel.  With luxurious queen beds, cushioned chairs, sofas, safes, marbled bathrooms, and private balconies, the hotel’s AAA Diamond rated rooms offer luxurious resort for tired travelers. Room service, babysitting, and dry cleaning services are available for added comfort and convenience.

Boston harbor, MA

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Boston Marriott Cambridge, Kendall Square

A short drive from downtown Boston across the Charles River, Boston Marriott Cambridge awaits you at Kendall Square, Cambridge with luxurious rooms and a range of amenities tailored for leisure and business travelers. Air-conditioned, non-smoking rooms feature designer bedding sets, telephone, Wi-Fi, flat-panel TVs, work desks with ergonomic chairs, coffee makers, and room service. The hotel’s fitness center is open all day. Other amenities include an indoor pool and sauna. Boston Marriott Cambridge’s strategic location allows easy access to outdoor recreational activities along the river.

Charles River, Cambridge, Greater Boston, Massachussets

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Courtyard Boston Cambridge near MIT

Courtyard Boston Cambridge is one of the few hotels that allow quick access to downtown Boston yet keeps out the commotion of the big cities. The hotel offers luxurious accommodations on the bank of Charles River. Only 7.3 miles from Boston Logan International Airport, Courtyard Boston Cambridge is located in the academic district of Cambridge with MIT and Harvard Business School within walking distance. The guest rooms come with luxurious bedding, 40-inch HDTV, Wi-Fi, writing desks with ergonomic chairs, small refrigerators, and coffee makers. Other amenities include on-site dining, heated indoor pool, hot tub, fitness center, and a rooftop garden for relaxation.
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6 thoughts on “Boston Holidays: Five of the Top Hotels for Best Luxury Breaks

  1. Inviting pics of Boston. I’ll have to return some day and learn how to pronounce Faneuil Hall. 😉 The Hall was the site of many famous American speeches, particularly during the events leading to the American Revolution.

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