A visit to Boston wouldn’t be complete without exploring Faneuil Hall.
Built in 1742, this meeting hall has heard the voices of Samuel Adams and other patriots as they inspired the fight for freedom. With so much history within these walls and surrounding sites, staying nearby is ideal for someone interested in delving into the city’s past.
Here are the top picks for Boston hotels near Faneuil Hall.
Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston
If you’re staying at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston, you can skip the pricey rental and parking fees.
Attractions within walking distance include Quincy Market, the USS Constitution, and the Boston Tea Party Museum.
Not only can you see the best of Boston on foot, you can also get wonderful views from your room’s window or balcony. If you want to brush up on your facts about Boston, settle into the lobby library’s collection of books on the topic.
Marriott’s Custom House
Take the elevator up to the 26th floor of the Marriott’s Custom House for a bird’s-eye view of Boston Harbor.
This open-air exploration deck is one of the many reasons to stay at this historic hotel.
Enjoy spacious suites with a kitchenette offering guests enough room to unwind after exploring the city. The New England Aquarium is right across the street and houses more than a dozen exhibits to keep you busy for hours.
Harborside Inn of Boston
At the Harborside Inn of Boston, you will find a boutique hotel that makes guests feel special. From personalized concierge service to individually designed rooms, this hotel knows how to impress its guests.
Located minutes from the scenic Boston Harbor, the Harborside Inn of Boston provides the perfect site to enjoy the area’s attractions.
Take a few steps out of the hotel lobby and find yourself on the Freedom Trail – a journey through America’s early years.
Ames Boston Hotel
The Ames Boston Hotel will forever hold its place in history as Boston’s first skyscraper, and a stay at this hotel puts you right in the middle of America’s rich legacy and culture.
From museums to performances to sports, there is no shortage of activities to do in Boston.
Spend a few moments with the concierge and allow them to plan a perfect day of sight-seeing that fits your needs. The Ames Boston Hotel is five minutes away from the State Street subway line for easy access to more of the city.
Boston Omni Parker House Hotel
Not only will guests of the Boston Omni Parker House Hotel have direct access to historic attractions, but they will be super close to the city’s creative side.
Located 15 minutes walking from the Theater District, travelers staying at this hotel can enjoy the various performances available each night.
And since you can’t leave Boston without trying its namesake cream pie, eat in at Parker’s Restaurant to sample this signature dish.
When choosing a Boston hotel, pick the place that offers the best access to attractions you want to see so you can spend more time enjoying the sights and less time traveling back and forth!
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