The largest city (as well as the capital) of Massachusetts, traveling to Boston is always fun and exciting. Boston is considered the unofficial economic and cultural center of New England (Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine)and is the 11th largest metropolitan area in the United States.
There are hundreds of sites to see in Boston, history to be re-lived (including the Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, etc.) and there are many firsts to be found including the first Public School (Boston Latin School 1635) and the first college (Harvard College 1636). Boston also boasts bragging rights to the first subway system in the United States.
Boston also lays claim to some notable ‘Bostonians’ including John, Samuel and John Quincy Adams and Benjamin Franklin (and too many others to list), but Boston also is home to countless two and four year colleges, and a high concentration of medical and research facilities including the first municipal hospital in the United States which today is known as Boston Medical Center (formerly Boston City Hospital).
Boston of course is home to not only the Boston Red Sox major league baseball team but also to the New England Patriots, the Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins, New England Revolution (soccer), Boston Cannons & Blazers (lacrosse) and New England Riptide (softball) – and Boston fans are known all over the place for their love of sports.
Boston offers something for everyone – whether you’re into history – Granary Burying Grounds, Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere House, the USS Constitution, Old City Hall, Boston National Historical Park, Castle Island, Custom House Tower, Faneuil Hall, Boston Public Gardens, or museums – Boston Athenaeum (oldest independent library in the US), Boston Children’s Museum, Harvard University Art Museums, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, MIT Museum, Museum of Science (which includes an IMAX and planetarium), New England Aquarium (and others), or for those who love the outdoors – Boston Public Gardens, Garden of Peace, Boston Common to name a few, or performing arts – Boston Opera House, Symphony Hall and Citi Performing Arts Center and more– there is something for everyone in Boston!
For those who love great food, there’s no better place than Boston to explore a variety of culinary delights from Union Oyster House (the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the United States) to the many fine restaurants in Chinatown and the North End.
Cheap Hotels Boston & Surrounding Area. 109 hotels found.
Inn At Harvard, 1201 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge. Near to Harvard University Art Museums.
Hotel Veritas, 1 Remington Street, Cambridge. In the vacinity of Harvard University Art Museums. This hotel is child friendly.
Harvard Square Hotel, 110 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge. In the vacinity of Harvard Square Station.
The Charles Hotel, One Bennett Street, Cambridge. In the proximity of American Repertory Theater. The hotel has a Gym.
Sheraton Commander Hotel, 16 Garden Street, Cambridge. In the region of American Repertory Theater. This hotel welcomes families.
Le Meridien Cambridge Mit, 20 Sidney Street, Cambridge. In the proximity of MIT Museum. A Gym is available onsite.
Courtyard By Marriott Boston Cambridge, 777 Memorial Drive, Cambridge. Situated near Saint Paul St. Station. This hotel welcomes families. A Gym is one of the sporting facilities available at the hotel.
Doubletree Suites By Hilton Hotel Boston Cambridge, 400 Soldiers Field Road, Boston. In the vacinity of Allston. This hotel welcomes families. A Gym is avaialble at the hotel.
Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Overlooking Boston, 575 Memorial Drive, Cambridge. In the vacinity of Boston University Central Station. This hotel welcomes families. Sporting facilities include a Gym.
The Kendall Hotel, 350 Main Street, Cambridge. Close to Kendall-MIT Station. This hotel has family rooms.
Boston Marriott Cambridge, Two Cambridge Center, 50 Broadway, Cambridge. Close to Kendall-MIT Station. A Gym is one of the sporting facilities available at the hotel.
Holiday Inn Express Hotel And Suites Cambridge, 250 Monsignor O'brien Highway, Cambridge. Close to Lechmere Station.
Days Hotel Boston Cambridge, 1234 Soldiers Field Road, Boston. Close to Allston. Sporting facilities include a Gym.
Holiday Inn Boston Bunker Hill Area, 30 Washington Street, Somerville. Located very close to Sullivan Station. Fitness Facilities are available onsite.
Oakwood At Third Square, 285 Third Street Bldg A, Cambridge. In the region of Kendall Square.
Oakwood At The Watermark, 350 Third Street, Cambridge. In the location of Kendall Square.
Hampton Inn Boston Cambridge, 191 Monsignor O'brien Highway, Cambridge. In the vacinity of Lechmere Station. A Gym is avaialble at the hotel.
La Quinta Inn & Suites Boston Somerville, 23 Cummings Street, Somerville. Located very close to Sullivan Station. This hotel welcomes families. Sporting facilities include a Gym.
Royal Sonesta Boston, 40 Edwin H. Land Boulevard, Cambridge. Very near Cambridgeside Galleria. Sports facilities include a Gym.
Hotel Marlowe, A Kimpton Hotel, 25 Edwin H. Land Boulevard, Cambridge. In the vacinity of Cambridgeside Galleria.