Boston Hotel Guide to Downtown Hotels, Budget Accommodation, Luxury Waterfront Options, and more

Boston is an exciting historic city that is well worth a visit at least once. There are many things to do from shopping to visiting museums. You can go to a Red Sox game during baseball season. In terms of accommodation, there are plenty of hotels in Boston to choose from that cover every budget range. Stay in almost any affordable neighborhood.

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Most hotels are located in downtown neighborhoods such as the Downtown / Waterfront area, Fenway, Back Bay, West End, Beacon Hill and the Seaport / South Boston Waterfront. There are also hotels at Boston Logan Airport, which are a 7-minute water taxi ride from the city center.

If you have a very small budget and don’t plan to spend a lot of money, there are cheap Boston hotels 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 Boston’s biggest landmark and is one of the main reasons people visit the city these days. The Boston Hotel Buckminster is a nice hotel close to Fenway Park. It is just a 15-minute walk from the Hynes Convention Center. Other nice options include Revere Hotel Boston Common, The Lenox Hotel, Midtown Hotel, The Copley House and Sheraton.

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Some hotels and lodges offer spectacular views of the seafront. The luxury Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is located in the luxury Seaport District. Battery Wharf is located right in the harbor and has an award-winning spa. The Envoy Hotel (owned by the Autograph Collection) offers views of the water and the city. In 2017, she was the winner of Boston Magazine’s “Best Boutique Hotel”.

The cheapest time to visit Boston is in the winter, and it is mostly in the summer. Visit in the spring if you want decent weather but don’t want to spend too much money on accommodation. Boston hotels tend to have good prices in the spring months. You might also want to consider staying out of downtown neighborhoods like Cambridge, Brookline, Concord, Braintree and Andover.

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