Memorable Hotels to Explore in Boston


As the biggest city in New England, Boston draws large crowds of visitors all year round. It’s always a good time to explore this amazing city where history and culture blend perfectly with outdoor activities, entertainment, and fun. Explore each Bostonian neighborhood and discover their individual charms, and if you have to pick a time to visit, we highly recommend summer. The Esplanade, the parks, and beaches, and the Charles River are at their very best, and what better time to explore the Freedom Trail and its Revolutionary War landmarks?

Boston view from up top

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To enjoy your trip to its fullest, we recommend choosing one of the many Boston hotels available according to your taste and needs. We’ve come up with luxury and family friendly stays for you, but we’d love to hear which are your favorite stops in Boston.

Try a Chic Hotel Downtown

For a chic stay in downtown Boston, the Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center is a great choice. Surrounded by universities, medical centers, and sports venues, it’s a great starting point for your Boston adventure. Guests get to enjoy free Wi-Fi and free breakfast, as well as access to the pool and fitness center. There are many exciting dining and entertainment options nearby, and the artsy travelers will quickly find their way to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. For sport lovers, and especially Red Sox fans, Fenway Park is your closest attraction in Boston. The Boston Opera House and Boston Medical Center are also sought after.

Fenway Park, Boston

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Luxury and Pet-friendly Stay

Luxury downtown accommodations with pet-friendly policies are not always easy to find. The spacious rooms of Commonwealth Hotel will make sure both your need for luxury and your desire to travel with your furry friends are met. Enjoy the free Wi-Fi, in room coffeemakers and refrigerators, along with the marble bathrooms with their designer toiletries. Make sure you try the hotel’s Island Creek Oyster Bar, or dine at any of the wonderful restaurants nearby. Music lovers will enjoy the proximity to House of Blues Boston, Boston Symphony Hall, and the Berklee College of Music.

Luxury Accommodation near Boston City Hall

Are you in town for shopping and fun, as much as for sightseeing or even business? The luxury Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston is within walking distance of the Boston City Hall, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market for shopping, the New England Aquarium and the city’s Financial District. The hotel rooms will spoil you with city views, dark wood furniture, and luxury bedding. All rooms also include in-room safes, marble bathrooms, a minibar, and climate control. The active travelers can either enjoy the hotel’s fitness room, or the discounts offered by nearby Beacon Hill Athletic Club.

Boston by night

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Family Friendly Boutique Hotel in Downtown Boston

Crisp, contemporary room designs will greet you at The Inn at Longwood Medical, one of the very rare family owned boutique hotels in Boston. The hotel also offers complimentary high-speed Internet and day passes to a nearby fitness center. The hotel’s Longwood Grille and Bar is great for an American meal, or you can explore the eateries of Longwood Galleria Mall, along with a healthy dose of shopping.

15 Comment to “Memorable Hotels to Explore in Boston”

  1. Anne says:

    I love the Doubletree hotel although it may be the cookie that tempts me!

  2. Mar Pages says:

    I’d definitely enjoy a stay at the Commonwealth Hotel, I love marble bathrooms! Would definitely spend an evening at the House of Blues as well.

  3. Arzo Travels says:

    Boston looks like a beautiful city to me. Surprised though to hear the luxury hotels are not always very pet friendly (I sometimes travel with my dog) 🙂

  4. I love boston, went there last year for 4th of July! Super impressed as well that the Commonwealth Hotel is pet friendly! Usually it’s only Cali that is open minded with pets!

  5. Shane says:

    Downtown Boston looks gorgeous! I can’t believe it’s so close and I’ve yet to visit.

  6. Great compilation of fantastic hotels in Boston!

  7. anto says:

    I’d love to visit Boston one day, thanks for the suggestions I will keep this in mind for the future.

  8. I love Boston as a city but didnt stay there as I wanted to be in the countryside (in nearby Brockton). Great advice on here and I hope to return to the city one day.

  9. Wow great suggestions! I really love the photo of the sky in the background of the softball game, really beautiful. I will make sure you to stay at one of these hotels if I ever come to Boston 🙂

  10. Great List !! My friend is going to Boston next week. I will suggest him these hotels 🙂

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