Boston is an exciting historic city worth visiting at least once. There are so many things to do, from shopping to visiting museums. During baseball season, you can go to a Red Sox game. For accommodation, there are a wide variety of hotels in Boston to choose from, covering all budget ranges. Stay in almost any neighborhood at an affordable price.
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Most hotels are located in downtown neighborhoods such as the Downtown / Waterfront, Fenway, Back Bay, West End, Beacon Hill, and Seaport / South Boston Waterfront. There are also hotels at Boston’s Logan Airport, which are just a 7-minute water taxi ride from the city center.
If you are on a tight budget and don’t plan on spending a lot of money, there are some cheap hotels in Boston to choose from, such as Lakeside Inn (Westfield), Constitution Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, The Farrington Inn, HI Boston, and Boston Common Hotel.
Fenway is probably the largest monument in Boston and one of the main reasons people visit the city today. Boston Hotel Buckminster is a nice hotel to stay in close to Fenway Park. It is also just a 15-minute walk from the Hynes Convention Center. Some other good options include Revere Hotel Boston Common, The Lenox Hotel, Midtown Hotel, The Copley House, and Sheraton.
Get a good view at Boston hotels
Some hotels and inns offer spectacular views of the sea. There is the luxurious Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel located in the picturesque Seaport District. Battery Wharf is right on the harbor and features an award-winning spa. The Envoy Hotel (owned by the Autograph Collection) offers views of the water and city. In 2017, it was the winner of Boston Magazine’s “Best Boutique Hotel”.
The cheapest time to visit Boston is in the winter and the most popular time is during the summer. Visit during spring if you want decent weather but don’t want to spend too much money on accommodation. Boston hotels are generally reasonably priced during the spring months. You may also want to consider staying outside of the city center in surrounding neighborhoods like Cambridge, Brookline, Concord, Braintree, and Andover.
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