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Hotels in Boston

Considered by many to be the unofficial capital of New England, Boston is an especially historic American city. It was first settled in the early 17th century and incorporated as a city in 1822. There is a wide selection of hotels to suit every taste in the city centre and numerous surrounding neighbourhoods, although tourists will find that accommodation rates are among the most expensive in the whole of New England. Boston's peak season runs from June through August, but this is also the time of year when hotel rates are at their highest. Another particularly busy time of year is the month of May, when college graduations draw a large number of visitors to the city. Those who are on a tight budget should consider visiting during winter, when many hotels offer significant discounts.

Where to Stay in Boston

Boston is comprised of many neighbourhoods, the most popular of which are Downtown Boston, the North End, the South End, Chinatown, Charlestown, and Dorchester. Most visitors to Boston opt to stay in the city centre, where hotels are plentiful -- particularly around the Back Bay, Copley Square, and the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Further accommodations are located in the South End district, where tourists will find a good selection of bed-and-breakfasts and guest houses lining West Brookline Street.

Another part of the city worth considering is the Theater District, where hotels tend to be less expensive than comparable lodgings in Back Bay. Guests staying in this area will find themselves conveniently close to several of Boston's most popular attractions, including the Public Garden on Arlington Street and the colorful Chinatown district.

Cheap Hotels in Boston

While "cheap" is a relative term when it comes to accommodations in Boston, tourists will find a few budget-friendly options dotted throughout the city centre. They include the Midtown Hotel, which is located on Huntington Avenue and puts guests within walking distance of Copley, Fenway, and the Museum of Fine Arts; the Beacon Street Guest House, which is conveniently situated near Newbury and the Mass Avenue bridge; and the College Club of Boston, an historic brownstone overlooking Commonwealth Avenue Mall that has been converted into a bed-and-breakfast.

Mid-Range Hotels in Boston

There are several major chain hotels in Boston that offer competitively priced lodging. They include: The Sheraton Boston Hotel, which is located next to the Shops at the Prudential Center; the Boston Marriott Copley Place, located in Back Bay close to Boston Common; and the Homewood Suites by Hilton Boston/Brookline, which is comprised solely of suites and caters to extended-stay guests.

Luxury Hotels in Boston

Those seeing the pinnacle of service and comfort during their stay in Boston are sure to find it at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston, located in Back Bay. Guests here enjoy elegantly designed rooms, suites with separate living rooms, garden-view bay windows, an indoor pool, and an on-site gourmet restaurant. Other great luxury hotels in Boston include the Mandarin Oriental Boston, situated on vibrant Boylson Street; and the Ritz-Carlton, which sits between the theatre and financial districts and offers premium amenities like 400-thread-count bed linens, marble bathrooms, and a full-service spa.