Boston Area Lodging Locations
Boston is comprised of many unique communities offering classic New England charm, in and around the city. Below is a listing of our neighborhoods, including some of the attractions within each area, to help you choose the location that is just right for your visit.
Financial District - the heart of the city. Easy access to all parts of the city.
North End/Waterfront - near Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Freedom Trail, Financial District
Beacon Hill - near Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), TD Garden, Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Faneuil Hall, Financial District, Charles Street shops and restaurants
Back Bay - near Copley Square, Hynes Convention Center, Newbury Street shops and restaurants, John Hancock Tower, Prudential Center, Boston Common, Boston Public Garden
Fenway/Kenmore Square - near Hynes Convention Center, Fenway Park, Longwood Medical Center including Boston Children's Hospital, Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Dana Farber, New England Baptist Hospital, Joslin Diabetes Center
South End - near Copley Square, Longwood Medical Center (see list of hospitals under "Fenway/Kenmore Square), New England Medical Center, Theater District, many fine trendy restaurants and shops
Charlestown - features the Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill Monument and USS Constitution, near Massachusetts General Hospital
Near Logan Airport - easy access to Boston and the North Shore
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Brookline - the western border of Boston, a suburban town with a metropolitan feel. Access to the Boston subway system. Near Longwood Medical Center (see list of hospitals under "Fenway/Kenmore Square"), Boston College (BC) and Boston University (BU)
Cambridge & Somerville - two cities on the northwestern border of Boston, across the Charles River, access to the Boston subway system. Cambridge is home to lively Harvard Square, Harvard University, MIT and several world class museums
Western Suburbs - Concord – historic Revolutionary War area, access to Boston via commuter rail train; Newton - borders Brookline, access to Boston subway system, near Brandeis University, LaSall College, Bentley University; Wellesley – home to Wellesley College and Babson College, access to Boston via commuter rail and subway (nearby stop in Newton). Needham, Westwood, Framingham - commuter rail train to Boston. Sudbury and Sherborn – access to Boston via commuter rail train which stops in neighboring towns.
North Shore - quaint, historic towns including Gloucester, Ipswich, Marblehead, Swampscott, and Salem, site of the Salem Witch Trials and the Nathaniel Hawthorne home
South Shore - Plymouth – site of historic Plymouth Rock.
Cape Cod - Barnstable, Cataumet, Dennis area, Harwich area, and Yarmouth area
Martha's Vineyard - Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven