Guide to hotels in Boston downtown, budget accommodation, luxury beach options, and more

Boston is an exciting, historic city that is worth visiting at least once. There are so many things to do from shopping to visiting museums. During the baseball season, you can go to the Red Sox. There are a huge variety of Boston accommodation to choose from, covering all budget ranges. Stay in almost every neighborhood for an affordable price.

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Most of the hotels are located in the city's downtown districts such as Center / Coast, Fenway, Back Bay, West End, Beacon Hill and Seaport / South Boston Waterfront. There are also hotels at Boston Logan Airport, located just 7 minutes by water from the city center.

If you're on a very small budget and don't plan on spending a lot of money, there are several cheap Boston hotels to choose from, such as the Lakeside Inn (Westfield), Convention Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, The Farrington Inn, HI Boston and the Boston Hotel Common.

Fenway is probably the biggest landmark in Boston and one of the main reasons people visit the city in this day and age. A well-kempt environment and its proximity to Fenway Park give to this hotel a special charm. It is also only a 15-minute walk from the Hynes Convention Center. Some other nice options include Revere Hotel Boston Common, Lenox Hotel, Midtown Hotel, The Copley House and Sheraton.

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Some hotels and inns offer incredible views of the coast. It is home to the luxurious Renaissance Boston Beach Hotel, located in the picturesque Seaport. The battery port is right on the harbor and has a premium spa. The hotel Envoy (owned by Autograph Collection) offers both water and city views. In 2017, she won the Best Boutique Hotel magazine of Boston Magazine.

The cheapest time to visit Boston is in the winter, and the most popular time is in the summer. Visit in the spring if you want a decent time but don't want to spend too much money on accommodation. Boston hotels are usually reasonably priced in the spring months. You may also consider staying out of downtown in surrounding neighborhoods such as Cambridge, Brooklyn, Concord, Braintree and Andover.

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