One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is famous as the home of the revolutionary hero Paul Revere, the Red Sox baseball team, and some of the world's most elite academic institutions.
Boston played a pivotal role in America's War of Independence. Many hotel guests in Boston choose to experience the city's rich history by walking the red-brick road of the Freedom Trail. It passes 16 historic landmarks, such as Paul Revere's House, the oldest building in downtown Boston and the Georgian-style Faneuil Hall. A number of Boston hotels, restaurants and bars are in this area.
Located on a spectacular harbour, Boston is famous for its seafood. Dishes to try include lobster rolls, clam chowder or Wellfleet oysters.
Get your fix of sporting action by taking a tour of Fenway Park, home of the legendary Red Sox and the oldest Major League baseball park in America.
The pedestrian-friendly city centre makes it easy for hotel patrons in Boston to explore many of the city's landmarks on foot. Avoid driving in Boston if you can. The traffic jams are terrible, and there are plenty of taxis and the famous “T” public transportation system available steps from your Boston hotel.