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Ramada Boston
800 Morrissey Boulevard
02122 Boston
4.8 / 10
Taj Boston
15 Arlington Street
02116 Boston
8.1 / 10
Doubletree Club Hotel Boston-Bayside
240 Mount Vernon Street
02125 Boston
6.9 / 10
Hampton Inn & Suites Boston Crosstown Center
811 Massachusetts Avenue
02118 Boston
7.9 / 10
Hilton Boston Back Bay
40 Dalton Street
02115-3123 Boston
8.4 / 10
The Fairmont Copley Plaza
138 St. James Avenue
02116 Boston
9.7 / 10
InterContinental Boston
510 Atlantic Avenue
02210 Boston
8.1 / 10
Fairmont Battery Wharf Boston
Three Battery Wharf
02109 Boston
7.4 / 10
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Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel
275 Tremont Street
02116 Boston
6.6 / 10
Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway
125 Brookline Avenue
02215 Boston
Marriott Boston Long Wharf
296 State Street
02109 Boston
7.2 / 10
Marriott Boston Copley Place
110 Huntington Avenue
02116 Boston
7.9 / 10
Courtyard Boston Airport Logan
225 McClellan Highway
02128 Boston
7.9 / 10
Marriott's Custom House
3 McKinley Square
02109 Boston
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
606 Congress Street
02210 Boston
8.4 / 10
The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common
10 Avery Street
02111 Boston
9.2 / 10
Residence Inn Boston Downtown/Seaport
370 Congress Street
02210 Boston
Holiday Inn Express Boston
69 Boston Street
02125 Boston
7.6 / 10
Hilton Boston Logan Airport
One Hotel Drive
02128 Boston
7.6 / 10
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston-Downtown
821 Washington Street
02111 Boston
7.0 / 10
Courtyard by Marriott South Boston
63 R Boston Street
02125 Boston
7.2 / 10
Best Western Roundhouse Suites
891 Massachusetts Avenue
02118-2607 Boston
7.1 / 10
The Westin Copley Place, Boston
10 Huntington Avenue
02116 Boston
8.9 / 10
Club Quarters in Boston
161 Devonshire Street
02110 Boston
Mandarin Oriental, Boston
776 Boylston Street
02199 Boston
Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf
34-44 Charles River Avenue
02129 Charlestown
7.3 / 10
Boston

The Hub of New England

Boston is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and really by default, the major city of the New England region. As one of the first cities in the United States, Boston has a fantastic mix of history and vibrancy.

Beyond being home to quite a bit of bars, nightlife and activity for such a small city, Boston is also a college town, with dozens of colleges and universities in the metro area.

In order to reach Boston, most visitors will arrive via Logan Airport. Visitors can also travel to Boston via Amtrak into South Station. Getting around is quite easy via walking the city and using the MBTA or just the T as it is known locally.

Explore the History of the City

One of the biggest draws to Boston for many is the vast history of the city. Though young by most standards around the rest of the world, Boston is really the site for the founding of America. Wander the red brick line that meanders through the city that is called The Freedom Trail, this will bring you to over a dozen historic sites that relate to the Revolutionary War in the late 1700s.

What Boston does well is really mix the concepts of old and new. The city is littered with very old buildings that keep a charm. Wander by the waterfront of Boston Harbor and visit the New England Aquarium, and if there is time, take a whale watch as well.

Sample the Food and Shopping

Boston also is quite the foodie city. From five star restaurants with celebrity chefs, to fleets of new and amazing food trucks, there are a number of great options to eat in Boston. For the seafood lover, this city is a great choice, head over to the Union Oyster House the oldest restaurant in America. And for cheap eats, look for the Roxy’s Grilled Cheese food truck/

There is also great shopping in Boston as well. For the luxury shoppers, head to Newbury Street, this Bay Bay boulevard has rows of high class shops as well as boutiques. Those who love antiques wander over to Charles Street in the Beacon HIll area, where there are a number shops for browsing.
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In and around Boston

Boston is the largest city in New England and the capital of the state of Massachusetts. When coming to Boston you may choose from a diversity of hotels for a comfortable stay. Many of the hotels are located in the city centre, with easy access to the sights and the harbour of Boston.

The city, situated right next to the Atlantic Ocean, offers an affluent history. It was the site of the “Boston Tea Party“ in 1773, which ultimately led to the Revolutionary War. During the event, the people of Boston got together and threw the tea carried by a British ship into the ocean in order to protest against the taxes that Great Britain had decreed. You may still visit this famous ship when staying at a hotel in Boston.

In the 19th century Boston became one of the wealthiest cities worldwide. Today Boston mainly is the location for high-tech business. The Boston University ranks among the best universities in the USA and is bringing forth numerous scientists. There are a total of 32 colleges and universities in the metropolitan are of Boston.

The city is characterised mainly by the IT and bio technology sector. The Bosten Globe is one of the most notable daily newspapers of the US. Boston is also home to the headquarters of the company Gilette. The financial sector is especially important in Boston. There are ca. 111,000 employees working in this sector. The Fidelity Investments is the most important financial company.

You can reach Boston from Europe via the General Edward Laurence Logan International Airport. The public transportation consists of numerous suburban and subway trains. Bus lines connect the city centre with the suburbs. They will quickly bring you to your hotel on the outskirt of Boston.

It is easy to find a suitable hotel in Boston. The city is the host of numerous conferences, fairs and events. Luxury hotels are located right next to tourist class guesthouses. The hotels are easily accessible from the airport.

The restaurants of this east coast metropolis offer international dining and – thanks to the location at the Atlantic Ocean – also delicious fish dishes. Many of these restaurants belong to the large hotels of Boston

Total population (Boston): 590,763 (2006)
Total population (metropolitan are): 4,455,217

Exhibitions/events in Boston

  • JEC Composites Americas
    (10/28/2014 - 10/30/2014)
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