Hotels in Boston

In Boston, history and modern life intertwine to create an enriching and vibrant cityscape. From the colonial-era charms of Beacon Hill to the chic boutiques of Back Bay and the family-friendly Cambridge neighbourhood, hotels in Boston offer you the perfect base to dive into the city's diverse wonders.

Whether you're seeking the opulence of a suite overlooking the sprawling Boston Common, a cosy, budget-friendly B&B tucked away in a historic district, or a convenient hotel to serve as your starting point for the famous Freedom Trail, Lycafly promises to connect you with the perfect accommodation for your visit to Boston.

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Serving as the capital and the most sizable city of Massachusetts, Boston's position as both the cultural and financial pulse of the New England region is unmistakeable. The city, founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers from the English town of the same name, stands as one of the oldest municipalities in America, thus providing a reflection of the nation's rich history at every corner. Evidence of this can be seen in the historical events that occurred in Boston, such as the Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege of Boston.

Innovative in spirit, Boston takes pride in being home to a series of 'nation's firsts', including the first public park and the first large public library, adding to its appeal among culture-hungry travellers. Aside from being a living museum, Boston also stands as a global hub for scientific research, being the host of premier institutions such as Harvard and MIT, thereby merging the city's historical respect with its commitment to the future.

When to visit Boston

Boston experiences a unique charm each season, presenting travellers with plenty of reasons to visit throughout the year. Summer brings in balmy days, perfect for exploring outdoor attractions like the Freedom Trail and the Boston Common, while Fall wraps the city in beautiful hues of orange and red, offering a picturesque backdrop for activities like apple picking and pumpkin patches.

Winter may bring in a chill, yet it accompanies delightful festivities like ice skating at Frog Pond and the Boston Common Tree Lighting ceremony. As the snow melts away, spring paints the city with blooming flowers, beckoning visitors to enjoy attractions like the Boston Public Garden and the New England Aquarium. To avoid the rush, consider visiting in the shoulder seasons of spring or fall, ensuring a serene experience.

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