your Boston hotel
carefully and you'll be able to walk to
most of what you want to see and do, and take the
MBTA subway and taxis to reach the rest.
If you're not familiar with the city,
read How to Find Your Way Around
Here are tips
for saving money at Boston hotels.
Three prime areas for Boston hotels:
around Boston Common and Beacon
Hill allow you to walk to
as do hotels
near Faneuil Hall Marketplace,
and some in the Financial
in the Theater District are
perfect if you're coming to Boston for
a performance, for Tufts Medical Center,
Chinatown, and even for general sightseeing. More...
Station hotels are convenient
Boston Bruins games
and major entertainment events held in
near the New England Aquarium are
great if you're going there, and/or on a
Boston harbor cruise, and they're not far
from the hotels
near Faneuil Hall Marketplace either. More...
in Back Bay are best for shopping at Copley
Center and Newbury
for events at the Hynes
Convention Center. More...
Hotels near Symphony Hall are great for
concert-going, and visiting the Christian
Science Center. More...
Hotels near the art museums are also near Northeastern University. More...
If you choose your Cambridge hotel carefully,
you'll be able to stay in Cambridge and also
get to Boston easily. More...
Central Boston hotels are only a few miles from
Airport, but you've got to cross
Boston harbor to get to them. If you want to stay
at the airport, here are the hotels. More...
Try these places to stretch your travel budget while
in Boston. More...
—by Tom Brosnahan