Few places in America can lay claim to such a long and illustrious history, and Boston wears its past with pride, while looking firmly to the future. The cobbled streets of Beacon Hill look out over sparkling high-rises, the path of the Freedom Trail meanders past wine bars full of suited city workers and Harvard’s ancient halls sit alongside the cutting edge teachings of MIT.
In one day you can take in a Rembrandt in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Native American art in the MFA, explore the roots of Independence, dine on fresh lobster and catch an iconic Red Sox game at Fenway. Eminently walkable, Boston invites you to stroll and soak in its charms from a pavement cafe, or stop awhile to watch the sailboats on the Charles before hitting the shops on Newbury Street.
Beacon Hill, New England, United States of America
XV Beacon blends old world Boston charm and elegance with sumptuous modernity creating a fantastically located boutique hotel in the heart of Boston's elegant Beacon Hill neighbourhood.
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Back Bay, New England, United States of America
Overlooking Boston’s historic Public Garden and within easy reach of the city’s premier attractions, the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel Boston blends elegant simplicity with distinctive New England flair and first class facilities.