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Hotels in Boston

361

Hotels Prices From

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Travel high season

Sep - Nov

Travel low season

Dec - Feb

High season avg price

€404

Low season avg price

€279
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Season
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Dec - Feb
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€351
LOWEST
€192€667
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0ºC
COLDEST
-15ºC35ºC
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86mm
DRIEST
74 mm115 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
€406
€192€667
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9ºC
-15ºC35ºC
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98mm
WETTEST
74 mm115 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
€405
€192€667
Avg. temperature
22ºC
WARMEST
-15ºC35ºC
Avg. precipitation
96mm
74 mm115 mm
Sep - Nov
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€482
HIGHEST
€192€667
Avg. temperature
13ºC
-15ºC35ºC
Avg. precipitation
94mm
74 mm115 mm
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Hotels in popular neighbourhoods

  • Downtown
    The largest area of the city, Downtown is rich with historical and iconic sites in Boston. Stroll through one of Boston’s most famous green spaces, the Boston Public Gardens, check out and make way for duckling statues, picnic under a beautiful tree overlooking the pond, and walk over the iconic footbridge where, during summer time, you will catch a swan boat toting children and eager tourists through the pond. Have your camera ready to capture its peaceful beauty in the middle of a bustling city. Continue on through the Gardens and take in some open green space at the Boston Common, where you can spend time throwing a frisbee, sitting on a park bench, or, in the winter time, skating on the frog pond. Head north from the end of the Common to see the golden dome of the State House, and travel through government center to Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, both a historic and popular destination worth a quick visit for a first time to Boston. Head to Long Wharf to visit the Aquarium, or catch a boat to Charlestown or even Cape Cod.
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  • Seaport District / South Boston Waterfront
    This area has been expanding and becoming more and more popular, for good reason. Not surprisingly, the seaport district of South Boston is located beautifully along the water. The area is designed for easy strolling along the HarborWalk, and there are bars and restaurants for all ages and budgets. The Institute of Contemporary Art is located in this area in a contemporary building with an absolutely stunning deck overlooking the water. In the summer time there are Friday music concerts on the deck of the museum. Nearby, there are many green spaces to enjoy.
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  • Fenway / Kenmore
    The Curse of the Bambino may have ended years ago, but loyal Red Sox fans will continue to infiltrate this home to historic Fenway Park, where you can find victory banners, people yelling in stereotypical Boston accents, and lots of sports bars. Located within Kenmore Square, the old gas station Citgo sign is another Boston skyline classic seen throughout the city. In addition to a hectic and diehard sports mentality, this neighborhood is also home to some of Boston’s many universities. Move from Boston University territory to that of Northeastern, and spend time at the famous Museum of Fine Arts. For more culture, check out the smaller but equally beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Continue off the beaten path and check out the green space in the Back Bay Fens, a pretty community garden. This diverse neighborhood has a mix of universities, sports, culture, and more residential green space.
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  • South End
    Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay.
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Hotels near the sights

  • Fenway Park
    Hallowed ground to baseball fans, this century-old ballpark is the home field of the Boston Red Sox. Fans often flock to Fenway Park to catch a game over beer and hot dogs—the game season typically runs from April through October. You might want to stay till at least the eighth inning to sing “Sweet Caroline” with the crowd. The stadium is also home to the iconic Green Monster wall, a 37-foot-tall left-field wall. Apart from games, you can join a year-round guided tour of the stadium to learn about the history of the sport and the team, as well as get a behind-the-scenes peek into the locker room. – Tripadvisor
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  • Freedom Trail
    Learn about early Boston and U.S. history on this 2.5-mile-long trail that passes through 16 historic locations. Look out for the brick markers—starting in downtown Boston, crossing through the North End, and finishing at the famous Bunker Hill Monument in neighboring Charlestown. You'll pass by notable stops like Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House, and the USS Constitution frigate. You can embark on the Freedom Trail for free and at your own pace, but audio guides and guided tours are also available. The trail is lined with lots of cool cafes and restaurants for you to fuel up along the way. – Tripadvisor
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  • Museum of Fine Arts
    Boston's oldest, largest and best-known art institution, the MFA houses one of the world's most comprehensive art collections and is renowned for its Impressionist paintings, Asian and Egyptian collections and early American art.
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  • Boston Public Garden
    This Frederick Law Olmsted-designed park, famous for its Swan Boats, has over 600 varieties of trees and an ever-changing array of flowers. It is America's first public garden.
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  • Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
    The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is a history lesson you won’t forget. Relive the event that started the American Revolution with historical interpreters, interactive exhibits, and full-scale replicas of 18th-century sailing vessels. Join a town meeting, hang out with talking portraits, and take part in the tradition of tossing tea into the harbor. Then, enjoy a spot of afternoon tea in Abigail’s Tea Room or visit the gift shop for some souvenirs. Entry to the museum is on a first come, first-served basis, so join the line early. – Tripadvisor
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  • Boston Public Library
    The main branch of the Boston Public Library opened in 1852 as the first free, publicly-funded municipal library in America. The library, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, houses over 20 million items. Enjoy a free tour of the building to learn about its history and marvel at the treasured artworks and architecture that spans three centuries. After that, sit back for a cup of tea in one the library’s tea lounges. When you're done, go shopping or check out the restaurants in Back Bay, the busy district where the library is located. – Tripadvisor
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  • North End
    Boston's Little Italy is the city’s oldest neighborhood, famous for its Italian restaurants and pastry shops, and centuries-old architecture. Stroll around this Italian American enclave to discover its narrow, cobbled alleys and iconic streets like Hanover Street. The best way to taste some of the fantastic food here is by joining a walking food tour. Or book yourself on a history tour to learn about the significance of landmarks like Paul Revere's house and the Old North Church. The North End is also part of the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile path that retraces the early history of the United States across 16 significant locations. – Tripadvisor
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  • John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
    Relive the Kennedy era in this dynamic combination museum and library, where your visit starts with a short film and then leaves you on your own to explore a series of fascinating exhibits, including the Kennedy-Nixon debate, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the space program, 1960s campaign paraphernalia and displays about Jacqueline and other Kennedy family members. The striking, I.M. Pei-designed building overlooks the water and the Boston skyline.
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  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
    A Venetian palace in the middle of Boston, Gardner's home is now a museum displaying her impressive, eclectic collection of European, American and Asian art, including sculpture, paintings, furniture, ceramics and textiles. Visitors can stroll or rest in a spectacular skylit courtyard filled with plants and flowers.
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  • Boston Common
    Whether it's a summer picnic in the grass or winter ice-skating on Frog Pond, Boston's oldest public park is the perfect escape from the bustle of the city.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Boston hotels

The Godfrey Hotel Boston, XV Beacon Hotel, and Hyatt Regency Boston are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Freedom Trail. See the full list: Hotels near Freedom Trail.

Popular hotels close to Fenway Park include The Verb Hotel, Hotel Commonwealth, and Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway. See the full list: Hotels near Fenway Park.

Popular luxury hotels in Boston include The Whitney Hotel Boston, The Eliot Hotel, and Hotel Commonwealth. See the full list: Boston Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Boston Logan International Airport include Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor, Embassy Suites By Hilton Boston At Logan Airport, and Hilton Boston Logan Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Boston Logan International Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Boston Public Garden are The Newbury Boston, Four Seasons Hotel Boston, and Beacon Hill Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Boston Public Garden.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Boston are The Verb Hotel, The Whitney Hotel Boston, and Studio Allston Hotel. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Boston.

Popular cheap hotels in Boston include The Verb Hotel, Studio Allston Hotel, and The Inn At Longwood Medical. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Boston.

Omni Boston Hotel at the Seaport, XV Beacon Hotel, and InterContinental Boston, an IHG Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Boston. See the full list: Spa Hotels in Boston.

Popular Boston neighbourhoods with hotels include Downtown, Back Bay, and Theater District.

The Verb Hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Boston Downtown / North Station, and The Eliot Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Boston. See the full list: Family Hotels Boston.

The Whitney Hotel Boston, The Eliot Hotel, and The Godfrey Hotel Boston received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Boston. See the full list: Romantic Hotels Boston.