Green city with rich history & cutting-edge culture
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
The Boston Park Plaza combines warm attentive service with assiduously designed surroundings and terrific amenities to ensure your stay in Chicago is as perfect as possible.
The Eliot Hotel
Discover boutique elegance at The Eliot Hotel in Boston. Immerse yourself in chic European style in the historic heart of the city, complemented by an award-winning restaurant.
The Lenox Hotel Boston
Once home to Hollywood legend Judy Garland, and celebrated with a suite in her name, this family founded hotel epitomises Boston charm. It's individual, sophisticated and unforgettable.
Walk the Historic Freedom Trail
In this famously historic city, there are countless sights to see, but one of the most iconic and unforgettable things for any visitor to do is walk the Freedom Trail. With different lengths to choose from depending on your energy levels, the Freedom Trail connects 16 historical sites of national importance, demonstrating parts of the history of the American Revolution that would each be wonders in their own right. Together, they form the basis of an attraction that any history buff will adore.
Visit Boston Public Garden
As the first public botanical garden to be established in America, this garden's history dates back to 1837, before which time it was the Boston Common instead. Transforming from a practical and pastoral space into a decorative, verdant botanical garden, the change saw this area becoming a perfect place to stroll and enjoy one's surroundings, with vibrant Victorian floral designs in every direction. It is as beautiful and iconic today as it was then, and certainly an important site for any holidaymaker to visit.
Catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park
Any baseball fan will know that Boston is the home of the Boston Red Sox team, based in the iconic Fenway Park stadium. It has been the ballpark of the team since 1912, and the only Major League Baseball franchise in the city. If you're already a devoted baseball lover, you'll be blown away by the excitement of attending one of these iconic games in person. Even if you're not a fan already, attending a game might change your mind: the sheer energy in the stadium, and the excitement of the games themselves, are a truly an experience to remember.