Cheap Boston Vacations

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Boston is a city known for its rich history, but it is also filled with cultural sites and outstanding sports franchises. Visitors on Boston vacations find great diversity here in their food, shopping, and activities. Since tourism is one of the city’s primary industries, Boston entertains and delights people of all tastes and ages. If you are looking for Boston travel options, you will want to see the Paul Revere House, and stop in the Museum of Fine Arts as part of your stay in this city to get a view of the past and present.

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Club Quarters in Boston

3 stars
4.2 / 5 428 reviews
Club Quarters hotels provide a secure, club-inspired atmosphere in prime locations throughout the United States. Free bottled water on each floor, flat-screen TVs, and an iPod docking station make this Boston hotel comfortably modern. Listen to your favorite tracks while dining casually in your room - meals are available made-to-order from neighboring restaurants, along with the on-site Elephant and Castle bar, a British-themed pub with an extensive whiskey and beer menu. Business guests can use workstations with wireless printing, while those looking to unwind can actually have exercise equipment delivered to their rooms. Key facts 178 guestroomsGymMeeting/banquet facilitiesBusiness centerParking (charges apply)24-hour front desk and room service NeighborhoodClub Quarters in Boston is located in Boston's Financial District, next to Washington Square and within walking distance of Quincy Market, Boston Commons, and the historic Orpheum Theater - one of the oldest theaters in the United States. Bars, restaurants and shops are varied in this traditionally Irish and Italian neighborhood, and the area is a hub for access to the T, Boston's light rail system, so it's an excellent place for visitors to begin exploring the city. Hints and tipsRooms in Club Quarters hotels are more European in proportion than American travelers may be used to, so be prepared for a cozy room.The upside of this is that Club Quarters offer much better rates than other hotels, as they use their available space more efficiently.
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Sheraton Boston Hotel

3 stars
4.1 / 5 182 reviews
With the Sheraton brand shining in neon from the top of this soaring tower block, a look out from most Sheraton Boston Hotel windows will take in glorious scenes of the river or the city of Beantown itself. Dark wood paneling and marble floors denote a simple New England elegance within, but guests may wish to spend much of your time out on the pool deck by one of the largest heated pools in the area. Try a grilled sandwich from the SideBar menu, or grab a Starbucks beverage on your way from place to place. A carbon-neutral meeting space, 'Alive on Five', offers a unique take on working away from home, along with all the free Wi-Fi spots you would expect from a business hotel. Key facts 1,220 guestrooms70,000-square-feet of meeting space, including 7 ballroomsRestaurant: SideBar & Grille24-hour free Wi-Fi and PC terminals in lobbyCoffee shopFitness centerHeated indoor/outdoor poolPets allowed (up to 40 pounds, subject to hotel policy) NeighborhoodThe Sheraton Boston Hotel is located in Boston's vibrant Back Bay neighborhood and is connected to both the Hynes Convention Center and the Prudential Center Mall, four miles from Logan International Airport (BOS). A stroll through the neighborhood around the hotel will take you past some of Boston's most eye-catching architecture, including vintage Victorian-era brownstones and historic Copley Square. Walking a few blocks north of the hotel, you'll reach the main draws for shopping, eating and merry-making around Newbury and Boylston streets. Hints and tipsFeel like expanding your eating options? The neighboring Prudential 'Pru' Mall serves everything from a classic East Coast lobster to a hearty and wholesome burger.Try Legal Sea Food for their clam chowder and Mondrian-inspired decor.
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The Boston Park Plaza Hotel

4 stars
3.7 / 5 776 reviews
The Boston Park Plaza Hotel is designated as one of the Historic Hotels of America. This elegant hotel occupies a triangular block, which contributes to the unique appearance of both the exterior and the guestrooms themselves. The hotel features eight on-site restaurants that cater to a wide range of tastes. Dining options include a steakhouse, a seafood restaurant, a lounge, a casual eatery, a pub and more.  Key facts1,054 guestrooms15 floors8 restaurantsConference and event spaces: 39 roomsGymWi-Fi available (fees may apply)24-hour desk servicePets allowed NeighborhoodThe Boston Park Plaza Hotel rests at the heart of historic Back Bay, a neighborhood known for its well-preserved architecture and popular shopping destinations. The area features several scenic parks, including Boston Common and the Boston Public Garden. The theater district is also part of the hotel's surroundings. Several restaurants, stores and historic sites are within easy walking distance of the hotel. Hints and tipsTo avoid street noise, ask for a room on a higher floor; guests can still enjoy a dazzling view of the street from the third or fourth floor.Boston is always a busy city, so interior rooms are a good option for very light sleepers.
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Marriott's Custom House

3 stars
4.3 / 5 20 reviews
Luxury accommodation with spectacular views over Boston HarborFor a unique holiday experience Marriott's Custom House is second to none. The hotel is housed in the tower of the 25-story Custom House, an iconic building in American history. As well as breathtaking views of Boston Harbor and surrounding streets, guests have access to the comfort and elegance of suite accommodation. Breakfast and cocktails are served in the Counting Room Lounge, and adventurous visitors head for the 26th floor observation deck. There is also a fully-equipped fitness center and choice amenities of a first-class hotel. 3 Reasons To Stay:One-bedroom suites with kitchenette offer a home-like experienceIdeal location for near downtown Boston's attractions, shops and restaurants26th floor open-air observation deck Marriott's Custom House RoomsAccommodation at Marriott's Custom House include fully air-conditioned one-bedroom suites with a kitchenette and dining table. Having a separate living and dining area gives the suites a home-like atmosphere. A queen-size sofa bed in the living area is ideal for families. The bedroom features a king-size bed. Entertainment is provided by two 27-inch flat-screen televisions, DVD player, cable channels, CD player, free high-speed Internet access, movies and video games for rent. The kitchenette provides a microwave, refrigerator, cutlery and crockery. Other amenities include safe, coffee-maker, iron and ironing board and hair-dryer. Marriott's Custom House is smoke-free and well serviced with a cash machine and free Wi-Fi in public areas.  Things To Do:Faneuil Hall Marketplace (0.2 mi/0.3 km)New England Aquarium (0.5 mi/0.8 km)Boston Common (0.8 mi/1.2 km)North End (0.8 mi/1.3 km)TD Banknorth Garden (1.1 mi/1.7 km)Beacon Hill (1.2 mi/6 km)Museum of Science (1.7 mi/2.7 km)
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Colonnade Boston Copley Square Back Bay

4 stars
4.2 / 5 106 reviews
Modern and hip Back Bay boutique hotel near Boston attractionsFollowing a top-to-bottom $25 million makeover, the Colonnade sparkles with sleek design and pulsates with a hip vibe. The hotel's prime Back Bay location creates a sublime setting for any business or leisure traveler as it sits across from Hynes Convention Center and steps from shopping at Copley Place and Newberry Street. Sun-goers and foodies alike flock to Boston's only rooftop pool and the chic French bistro Brasserie Jo. HighlightsPrime Back Bay location with recent $25 million dollar renovationBoston's only hotel rooftop pool Authentic French cuisine at Brasserie JoVIPet Program, including dog walking (fees apply), fluffy beds and treatsComplimentary hotel-wide Wi-Fi access RoomsSleek, modern and chic with blond wood, chocolate accents and floor-to-ceiling windows that actually open, Colonnade's 285 rooms provide exceptional comfort. Each room features plush Sealy pillow-top mattresses with deluxe bedding, 37-inch flat-panel TV, free Wi-Fi access, Keurig gourmet coffee maker and Sharper Image Sound Soother alarm clock with iPod dock. In lieu of a traditional desk, rooms feature a dining-style table. Bathrooms comprise marble vanities, rain showers and Gilchrist and Soames bath products. And don't forget the rubber duck, a Colonnade trademark.At least one adult 21 years or older must be registered at each room. Features Centrally located in the Back Bay, the modern and exquisitely decorated Colonnade truly welcomes the most discerning travelers. The sleek lobby acts as a welcome respite from the bustling city with warm hues and pleasant energy. Brasserie Jo, a contemporary French bistro from acclaimed chef Jean Joho, dismisses the stodgy hotel restaurant reputation, while the Roof Top Pool hops both day and night (in season). Guests can work up a sweat in the 1,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art fitness center with expansive views of Boston's South End. Feel free to bring your pets--the hotel has one of the most welcoming pet policies around. Transportation Hynes Convention Center (across street)Nearest Subway: Green Line Prudential Center stop (across street)Logan International Airport (3.9 mi/6.3 km) Attractions Newberry Street (.2 mi/.4 km)Boston Common (.9 mi/1.5 km)Chinatown (1 mi/1.6 km)Harvard Square (2.1 mi/3.3 km) Business 15 meeting rooms13,000 square feet of functional meeting space24-hour full-service business center Policies and feesParking is available at $42.00 per night.At least one adult 21 years or older must be registered at each room.The roof top pool is open to hotel guests on Saturdays and Sundays, 8 AM to 10 PM, and to the public from 5 PM to 10 PM. On Mondays to Fridays, the roof top pool is open from 8 AM to 5 PM ($40 USD per person).The pool may be closed to the public and to hotel guests when rented for private use. 
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  • Best Time to Go

    Boston is a fun city to visit any time of the year, as you will find attractions open year-round. The busiest season is during summer, when many families take the time to go on Boston vacations in order to relive its rich history with their children. If you prefer to avoid long lines and large crowds, the off-season is an ideal time to plan your Boston travel. Spring and autumn provide brilliant color displays and great weather to enjoy indoor or outdoor activities.

  • The Four's Restaurant and Sports Bar

    Enjoy a meal or drink at The Four’s Restaurant and Sports Bar, which is one of the top sports bars in the country.

  • Downtown Crossing

    Spend some time in Downtown Crossing, a series of shops and restaurants that offer the best for your Boston travel, with unique and high-end items.

  • SoWa Open Market

    Stop by the SoWa Open Market where you can meet the artists and vendors behind the products.

  • Boston Opera House

    Visit the Boston Opera House as much for the exquisite architecture as for the outstanding performances.

  • American Theater

    Visit the longest running play in the history of American Theater with Sheer Madness, which has been performed over 12,000 times.

  • The Commonwealth Museum

    The Commonwealth Museum provides a look at Massachusetts's history, with interactive exhibits and individual stories from the past.

  • Institute of Contemporary Art

    Institute of Contemporary Art is a modern building located on the waterfront with many contemporary exhibits of today’s artists.

  • Gibson House Museum

    Gibson House Museum, a must-see for history lovers, is a house built just before the Civil War and preserved today for guests.

  • 294 Stairs

    Visitors can climb the 294 stairs for a breathtaking view at the top of Bunker Hill Monument, which stands at 221 feet.

  • USS Constitution

    USS Constitution, the oldest warship in the world, was built back in 1797 and restored in 1927 to provide tours for guests to the city.

  • John F. Kennedy Library and Museum

    John F. Kennedy Library and Museum, located on a 10-acre park, provides a tribute to the former President and his legacy.

  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston

    Museum of Fine Arts Boston houses many exhibits from past artists, along with current masterpieces and traveling exhibitions.

  • The Old State House

    The Old State House is the oldest public building in the city and is worth a visit on your Boston Travel to see where the early government did business.

  • New England Sports Museum

    New England Sports Museum, where guests can learn about the history of the major teams that have called Boston home.

  • Paul Revere

    Paul Revere House, where visitors can take a virtual tour of his historic ride and learn the story of his life.

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