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Boston and Its Most Famous Hotels

Boston is known for its endless list of historical landmarks, the Boston Common, fantastic shopping, and its cheap accommodation that include of the city’s most famous accommodations, within walking distance to the best sights the city has to offer, including everything from vibrant night life venues to the JFK Presidential Library and more. Read on to find out more about Boston and its most famous hotels.

The Fairmont Battery Wharf
This lovely boutique hotel on Boston Harbor in downtown Boston provides a superior, waterfront retreat with breathtaking waterfront views. It is surrounded by world class shops, historical sites and an endless variety of restaurants. It’s within walking distance to the Freedom Trail, the Italian North End, the TD garden, financial district and the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The hotel boasts the Exhale Mind Body Spa, a 12,500 square foot tranquil paradise and is also home to the popular Aragosta Bar and Bistro. Its sister hotel, the Fairmont Copley Plaza, which opened its doors in 1912 is an exquisite luxury hotel that is undergoing a $20,000,000 remodel and restoration, including the addition of a rooftop health club. Restoration of the Fairmont Copley Plaza is due to be completed in April, 2012.

The Omni Park House Hotel
This magnificent hotel is situated in the middle of downtown Boston’s most popular areas, just a few blocks from historical venues like Quincy Market, Beacon Hill, the Faneuil Hall Marketplace and the New England Aquarium. The hotel was beautifully renovated in 2008 and its exquisitely sculptured bronze doors and elegant touches throughout make this a one of a kind hotel. Unbelievably, this amazing accommodation can be considered one of the cheap hotels in Boston if you take advantage of their special vacation offers.

15 Beacon
15 Beacon is a sophisticated landmark hotel in the Beacon Hill district that was originally a 1903 beaux arts building. It was converted into the exquisite hotel it is today in 1999. It’s the perfect combination of warm, Jeffersonian style and state of the art amenities. It’s located in one of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods lined with charming brick sidewalks, evocative gas lit streets and quaint row houses. Located next to the Boston common and not far from the waterfront, this hotel makes it easy to explore the best that the city has to offer.

The Liberty Hotel
The Liberty Hotel is an amazing sight to see. Originally the Charles Street jail, it opened its doors as the magnificent Liberty Hotel in 2007. The hotel has 298 amazing rooms showcasing virtual walls of windows offering remarkable views of Boston and its surroundings. It is beautifully decorated in shades of taupe and rose and accented with rich mahogany woods. The hotel also houses a restaurant serving Chef Joseph Margate inspired meals, an Italian restaurant and the Liberty and Alibi bars to enjoy when you’re not out exploring the city of Boston.

Visiting Boston and walking its streets filled with history, world class shopping and 5 star restaurants is truly a remarkable experience and booking one of its famous hotels will make any vacation here even better, in fact, extraordinary. The best part is that you don’t have to be one of the rich and famous to stay at one of these exceptional hotels because if you book wisely they can be had at the same prices as the many cheap hotels in the one of a kind city that is Boston.

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