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If you are looking for a hotel in Boston, you may be overwhelmed with the choices spread throughout the city.  Both downtown and outlying locations have their advantages.  The key is knowing what you are looking to get out of your experience in the city, and understanding exactly how to get it.  If you are looking for a base for exploring the city, you will naturally choose a different property than a utilitarian business traveler.

For both business and leisure travelers, Boston hotels are undergoing a unique resurgence.  In addition to the usual updates of facilities, the latest trend on the Boston hotel scene is the hotel with a story.  These hotels are located in buildings that have historical significance, used to be another kind of structure, or have experienced a unique renovation.  The facilities are a bit more upscale than the standard boutique, and they profess to offer travelers more than simply a place to lay their head.  These properties are located primarily in the downtown, harbor front, and university areas.  Look for remodeled warehouses, restored federal buildings, or rescued mansions.

 

   
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Herbivorian House
Herbivorian House
135 Eutaw Street, MA 02128 Boston (Massachusetts)

This apartment-style property is situated on top of Eagle Hill, which is located in the centre of Noodle Island, overlooking Boston Harbor, with Commonwealth Pier and Chelsea Creek nested nearby.

Herbivorian House offers accommodation with full kitchens and living areas. Enjoy wooden red oak floors, ceramic tile walls and exposed brick chimneys. Relax after a day of exploring Boston in the Jacuzzi tub or watch some TV in the spacious living area.

Located in the centre of an historic district in Boston, the Herbivorian is surrounded by homes designed by Boston's early clipper ship builders. Central Square and its shops, popular fast food venues and hair salons is a 5-minute walk from the property.


 
     
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The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common
The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common
10 Avery Street, MA 02111 Boston (Massachusetts)

Located between the Boston Theater District and the Financial District, this luxurious hotel offers spacious guestrooms, recently renovated in 2008, that feature stunning views of the skyline and Boston Common.

The Ritz-Carlton is directly connected to the SportsClub/La, a 9,300 sq metre, state-of-the-art sports and fitness complex, that has something for everyone. The club features over 40 different sports and fitness options under one roof.

Walk to the Boston Public Garden and the Freedom Trail easily from the Ritz-Carlton Boston Common. The fabulous shopping of the Back Bay and Beacon Hill areas is also just steps away.
 
     
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Westin Copley Place
Westin Copley Place
10 Huntington Avenue, MA 02116 Boston (Massachusetts)

Located in Boston's trendy Back Bay area, and connected to the Hynes Convention Center, this hotel offers exceptional amenities, first-class accommodation and is within walking distance to many attractions.

The Westin Copley Place is only moments from a variety of popular points of interest. Fabulous shopping at Copley Mall, the scenic Charles River, the vibrant Newbury Street and an exciting nightlife are seconds away.

With special amenities for pets, a children's club featuring stories and programmes, on-site spa services and the hotel's gourmet restaurants, every stay at the Copley Place is sure to be memorable.
 
     
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However, no matter how good the story behind a hotel may be, its proximity to public transportation systems is of the utmost importance, especially for leisure travelers.  Driving in Boston is a special survival game only the brave can play.  Check for metro stops, bus stops, and the ready availability of attractions within walking distance when booking your hotel.

Finally, you will want to consider your budget.  Most Boston hotel rooms go for upwards of $100 a night, with significantly higher price points for the most up-market hotels.  Staying further away from Back Bay or the airport may reduce costs nightly costs but boost your travel expenses.  Savvy shoppers should be able to find a reasonable boutique or mainline property in the $100 - $150 range, but always balance location and amenities against taxi charges as you plan your trip to Boston.

 
   
 
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