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sail boats on the Charles river

By Land and by Sea


Enjoy Boston sightseeing from our central hotel hub

From the Victorian row houses of Beacon Hill to the fan-filled bleachers at Fenway Park, Boston dazzles for dozens of reasons that readily reveal themselves. Cradled by the Charles River and Boston Harbor, this magnetic destination has the bracing air and nautical aura of a port city, where lobster catchers and clam diggers mingle with titans of commerce. With a population comprised of curious and intelligent minds, avid sports enthusiasts and die-hard foodies (from seafood aficionados to Italian fare fanatics, many found nearby in the North End neighborhood), our hotel gives you a headquarters in the center of it all.

Walk across the street to TD garden, or discover nearby treasures like Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market and the picturesque waterfront. As of last year, you can now spend an afternoon at the Boston Public Market, a hub of food and culture that features local purveyors (think apple cider, doughnuts, honey, meat, flowers, produce, seafood and more). Cross the river to cruise down Cambridge Street to enjoy some of the town’s best-loved fish markets, Portuguese bakeries and personality-filled bars.