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Boston Harbor Hotel - Boston Boston Harbor Hotel's grand arch is the first of many breathtaking sights that will greet you from our location at Rowes Wharf. With internationally acclaimed architectural style and elegant interior design, our luxury hotel is adjacent to all major Boston attractions. Boston Harbor Hotel offers the finest Boston accommodations on the waterfront. Come to this 230-room luxury hotel in Boston to experience the city's richest comforts. All of our Boston accommodations are designed to reflect the historic character of the waterfront in an elegant -- yet refreshingly cozy -- manner. Inside this unique luxury hotel in Boston, the fragrance of freshly cut flowers immediately welcomes you to impressive spaces marked by hard-carved wood, Italian marble and historic art. For your pleasure, our majestic Boston Check out the website
Phone: 617-439-7000 Price Range: $250 - $1000 Size: 230 Units Open Season: Jan 01 - Dec 31
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Boston Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Holiday Hotels, Luxury Resorts, Resort Hotels, Romantic Resorts Activities: Boating and Watercraft, Cultural Activities, Fitness and Beauty, Gourmet Dining, Shopping, Sightseeing
Gryphon House - Boston Boston's museums, sites, shopping and cultural events are just outside the door of the small, European style Gryphon House. With just 8 distinctively decorated suites and emphasis on service, this historic Back Bay brownstone hotel serves as a cozy retreat from the pace of the city. Check out the website
Phone: 1-877-375-9003 Price Range: $151 - $250 Size: 6 - 19 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: No Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Boston Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Family Resorts Activities: Shopping, Sightseeing
Eliot Suite Hotel - Boston The exquisite Eliot Suite Hotel, built in 1925, is one of the finest addresses in Boston. Situated amidst the city's cultural treasures, The Eliot reflects the history, charm and warmth of Boston.
Phone: +1 617 267 1607 Price Range: $151 - $250 Size: 50 - 200 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: No
Nearest Popular City: Boston Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Holiday Hotels, Resort Hotels Activities: Shopping, Sightseeing
Stonehedge Inn - Boston The elegant Stonehedge Inn is located in the scenic woodlands of Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. Designed after a luxurious English country manor house, the Inn is nestled in 33 acres of woodlands, overlooking white-fenced, manicured pastures that are grazed by thoroughbred race horses. Enjoy superior dining and a wine list that is exceptional. Spa facilities and treatments available on the premises. Check out the website
Phone: (978)649-4400 Price Range: $151 - $250 Size: 20 - 49 Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: No Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Boston Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish Lodging Types: Bed and Breakfasts Activities: Fitness and Beauty, Gourmet Dining, Sightseeing
Le Meridien Boston - Boston Le Méridien, Boston's premier European-style hotel, provides impeccable service in a historic setting. Formerly the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Overlooking the gardens of Post Office Square, the hotel is steps away from scenic Boston Harbor, the famed Freedom Trail, and Faneuil Hall, making it an ideal destination for discerning travelers. Check out the website
Phone: (1-617) 451-1900 Price Range: $151 - $250 Size: 200+ Units Open Season: N/A
Kids Allowed: Yes Pets Allowed: Yes Restaurant Onsite: Yes Conference Facility: Yes
Nearest Popular City: Boston Nearest Lake/River: N/A Languages: English Lodging Types: Family Resorts, Luxury Resorts Activities: Fitness and Beauty, Shopping, Sightseeing, Swimming Pool / Lake
Boston is the capital of and largest city in Massachusetts, and is one of the oldest cities in the United States. The largest city in New England, Boston is regarded as the unofficial "Capital of New England" for its economic and cultural impact on the entire New England region.
Boston shares many cultural roots with greater New England, including a dialect of the non-rhotic Eastern New England accent known as Boston English, and a regional cuisine with a large emphasis on seafood, salt, and dairy products. Irish Americans are a major influence on Boston's politics and religious institutions. Boston also has its own collection of neologisms known as Boston slang.
Faneuil Hall, a well-known stop on the Freedom Trail, sometimes called "the Cradle of Liberty" because of its role in the American Revolution
The city has a number of ornate theatres, including the Cutler Majestic Theatre, Boston Opera House, Citi Performing Arts Center, the Colonial Theater, and the Orpheum Theatre. Renowned performing-arts organizations include the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, Boston Early Music Festival, Boston Lyric Opera Company, OperaBoston, and the Handel and Haydn Society (one of the oldest choral companies in the United States). The city is also a major center for contemporary classical music, with a number of performing groups, some of which are associated with the city's conservatories and universities. There are also many major annual events such as First Night, which occurs on New Year's Eve, the annual Boston Arts Festival at Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, Italian summer feasts in the North End honoring Catholic saints, and several events during the Fourth of July period. These events include the week-long Harborfest festivities and a Boston Pops concert accompanied by fireworks on the banks of the Charles River.
Because of the city's prominent role in the American Revolution, several historic sites relating to that period are preserved as part of the Boston National Historical Park. Many are found along the Freedom Trail, which is marked by a red line of bricks embedded in the ground. The city is also home to several prominent art museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. In December 2006, the Institute of Contemporary Art moved from its Back Bay location to a new contemporary building designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro located in the Seaport District. The University of Massachusetts campus at Columbia Point houses the John F. Kennedy Library. The Boston Athenaeum (one of the oldest independent libraries in the United States), Boston Children's Museum, Bull & Finch Pub (whose building is known from the television show Cheers), Museum of Science, and the New England Aquarium are within the city.
Boston is also one of the birthplaces of the hardcore punk genre of music. Boston musicians have contributed significantly to this music scene over the years (see also Boston hardcore). Boston neighborhoods were home to one of the leading local third wave ska and ska punk scenes in the 1990s, led by bands such as The Mighty Mighty Bosstones and The Allstonians. The 1980s' hardcore punk-rock compilation This Is Boston, Not L.A. highlights some of the bands that built the genre. Several nightclubs, such as The Channel, Bunnratty's in Allston, and The Rathskeller, were renowned for showcasing both local punk-rock bands and those from farther afield. All of these clubs are now closed. Many were razed or converted during recent gentrification.
Boston has been a noted religious center from its earliest days. The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston serves nearly 300 parishes and is based in the Cathedral of the Holy Cross (1875) in the South End, while the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, with the Cathedral Church of St. Paul (1819) as its episcopal seat, serves just under 200 congregations. Two Protestant faiths are headquartered in Boston: Unitarian Universalism, with its headquarters on Beacon Hill, and the Christian Scientists, headquartered in Back Bay at the Mother Church (1894). The oldest church in Boston is King's Chapel, the city's first Anglican church, founded in 1686 and converted to Unitarianism in 1785. Other notable churches include Christ Church (better known as Old North Church, 1723), the oldest church building in the city, Trinity Church (1733), Park Street Church (1809), First Church in Boston (congregation founded 1630, building raised 1868), Old South Church (1874), and Mission Hill's Basilica and Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (1878).
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