Since Boston Park Plaza first opened its doors in 1927 it has earned a stellar reputation. This luxury hotel sits at the heart of the city overlooking Boston Common, and blends classic elegance and service with modern amenities.
Start the day with a hearty breakfast in the lobby restaurant or opt for pastries and fresh coffee in the on-site bakery. Relax with an in-room massage or enjoy a morning workout in the well-equipped fitness centre. Keeping in touch is easy; there's Wi-Fi in public areas and guest rooms.
Boston is jam-packed with famous sights and attractions. Go shopping at Newbury Street and Faneuil Hall Marketplace, walk the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail, and relive one of Boston's defining moments at Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. The concierge team is also happy to assist you with show tickets and restaurant reservations, as well as excursions and tours.
The on-site cuisine blends fresh local ingredients with a range of dining styles. Discover light bites in the bakery, classic pub fare in the bar, locally-inspired cuisine in the lobby restaurant, and authentic prime steaks and sides in the steakhouse. Bring your day to a close in style with live entertainment and cocktails in the lounge.
Boston Park Plaza is the perfect city-centre hotel with easy access to the famous sights of Boston.
Boston Park Plaza's facilities include: five restaurants, 24-hour fitness centre, Wi-Fi, 24-hour reception, concierge service, tour desk, dry cleaning/laundry service, in-room spa services, ATM machine, currency exchange, porter and luggage service, and business centre.
Food, drink & entertainment
Savour locally-inspired cuisine, fine wines and cocktails at Off the Common lobby restaurant, or tuck into the finest filet mignon and prime rib at Smith & Wollensky. STRIP by Strega combines a modern steakhouse menu with a sleek, high-end lounge for cocktails and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Au Bon Pain is a bakery with a twist which serves everything from breakfasts and light bites to coffees and full meals. Step into MJ O'Connor's for classic pub fare and drinks in a convivial atmosphere.
Sport, games & activities
No excuse for missing your morning workout; the on-site fitness centre is kitted out with the latest equipment. In the summer months jog or walk alongside the Charles River, and in the winter try ice-skating on Frog Pond at nearby Boston Common.
If you want to explore on two wheels, why not hire a bike from reception? A full programme of excursions and tours are also bookable via the concierge team.
There are 1,054 guest rooms and suites across 14 categories, ranging from Renovated Classic Little Rooms and Deluxe King Rooms through to Executive King Suites and the Presidential Suite. Standard in-room facilities include: 47-inch interactive Smart television, Keurig coffee and tea maker, premium bedding with plush pillows, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, USB charging port, 100% black-out shades, and fridge.
Boston, on America's East Coast, is New England's largest city. Boston is city of contrasts - blending colonial charm with urban sophistication, brownstone lined streets and modern skyscrapers, big city entertainment and a small town atmosphere.
Boston is a winding network of neighbourhoods and boroughs lining the sprawling Charles River. Enjoy the Freedom Trail – a 3-mile historic walk through Old Boston, marked by a red painted stripe on the brick paths, cobblestones and sidewalks. Places of interest include famous sites of the American Revolution, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's House, Harvard University, wealthy Beacon Hill, the thriving harbour, the Boston Tea Party Ship and the Cheers Bar of TV fame.
Boston is a shopper's paradise – pick up a designer bargain in Filene's basement; window shop around the beautiful shops on Newbury Street; explore the Copley Street and Prudential Centre malls or soak up the atmosphere of Faneuil Hall Market Place and Quincy Market. Boston also has the best restaurants, hotels and nightlife in New England.
Escape city life and head for the beaches and pretty villages of Cape Cod or the stylish Newport on Rhode Island. There's also the nearby town of Salem, site of the infamous 17th century witch trials, to explore. With so much to see and experience in and around Boston, it's easy to see why it's a popular choice for a holiday to America.
Boston is a great place to visit all year round from the beautiful fall season to the christmas shopping madness there is always something exciting going on
You'll be spoilt for choice of things to do in Boston. Enjoy an Old Town Trolley tour, taking in Boston Common, Beacon Hill, Copley Square and Faneuil Hall. Or explore on foot along the Freedom Trail. Go whale watching off the coastline. Climb the 294 steps to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument for the best views of the city. Enjoy a brewery tour and tasting at the Sam Adams and Harpoon Breweries. Go for a walk on Boston Common and Boston Public Garden and take a swan boat ride. Enjoy a beer at the original Cheers bar (The Bull & Finch Pub) at the side of Boston Common. Head to Fenway Park and catch a Boston Red Sox baseball game. Take a Boston Duck Tour on a World War II amphibious vehicle to see Boston by land and by water. The children will love the New England Aquarium.
There's a restaurant in Boston to suit every palate. Seafood and oysters are a popular choice on many restaurant menus. Local Boston specialties including New England clam chowder, Maine lobster, Boston baked beans, steamed clams and juicy corn on the cob followed by Boston Cream Pie for dessert. There's also a good choice of international fare available including Italian, Japanese, French, Asian and Indian choices. Cocktails, beer and wines will quench your thirst.
Nightlife in Boston is quite low-key with most clubs and bars closing by 2am. You can enjoy all types of music from classical music to live music, blues and jazz. Pool and bowling are popular pastimes. Downton Boston is home to many theatres.
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