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Learn about the Revolution, visit Fenway Park and stroll through the harbor during your stay at one of our Boston hotels.

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Courtyard Boston Downtown

Courtyard Boston Downtown

Guest rating 4   488 Reviews
Courtyard Boston Logan Airport

Courtyard Boston Logan Airport

Guest rating 4.2   366 Reviews
Courtyard Boston-South Boston

Courtyard Boston-South Boston

Guest rating 4.4   389 Reviews
Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway

Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway

Guest rating 4.8   387 Reviews
Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf

Guest rating 4.6   363 Reviews
The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

The Ritz-Carlton, Boston

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Boston

One of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, Boston is a place of sleek skyscrapers and Revolutionary-era homes. In Boston, first class hotels sit astride pedestrian-friendly streets and lovely parks, and the city’s relatively compact size makes it easy to cover good bit of ground in a day.

From the Celtics to the Symphony, there’s something for everyone’s taste. The Financial District is a playground for bankers, lawyers and business professionals, but it’s also home to several popular stops on the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail, including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, where Samuel Adams help stir Revolutionary fervor. This area also features some of Boston’s top hotels, restaurants and bars.

For a taste of the upper crust, tree-lined Beacon Hill is one of the more elite Boston neighborhoods. Here, stylish hotels put guests a stone’s throw from Boston Common and the State House. Nearby Chinatown is known for many eateries and is where you’ll find the Theatre District and Downtown Crossing, a premier shopping destination.

If you’re a sports fanatic, a trip to Fenway Park is a must. Opened on April 20, 1912, the stadium is known for its iconic "Green Monster," the left field wall that’s over 37 feet tall and 231 feet long.

In the Italian-flavored North End, Paul Revere's House and the Old North Church are among the historical standouts. And no trip to Boston is complete without crossing the Charles to visit the USS Constitution and, of course, historic Bunker Hill.

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