A welcoming hotel neighboring Boston’s North End
The North End neighborhood holds the distinction of being the city's oldest residential community, continuously inhabited since having been settled in the 1630s. Also known as Boston’s “Little Italy,’’ this one-square-mile waterfront community (not far from Faneuil Hall) boasts a population of about 10,000 and, as one might imagine, a bounty of delectable Italian restaurants. Here, enjoy strolling the narrow and winding cobblestone streets, make a cafe pit stop for cappuccino, and find the perfect eatery in which to get your Italian fare fix. This Euro-American village offers countless ways to relish its alluring sights, sounds and smells.