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When it comes to Boston lodging, what sort of accommodation suits you best? Do you like to be near the major attractions or more removed from the crowds?

Is the hotel itself part of your vacation experience? Or is it just a bed to sleep in and not where you want to invest too many of your vacation dollars?

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To help shortcut your Boston lodging search, we've separated our accommodation info into a few distinct categories (see links below). We have also listed "Kid Friendly Hotels" and "Pet Friendly Hotels" at the bottom of this page.

We will always be updating our Guide to Boston Lodging, so come back regularly to find out what more we have learned.

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Guide to Boston Lodging

Hotels Near Fenway Park Sports fan? Stay near the iconic home of the Boston Red Sox. Also happens to be a great location in downtown Boston with easy public transportation access to virtually all of the top attractions.

Boston Common Hotels The Boston Common and Boston Public Garden provide some of the most beautiful outdoor spaces in Beantown with several unique activities to go with them. If you're into history, this is where the Freedom Trail starts making it a perfect place to stay!

Boston Airport Hotels Only in town for a short time? Boston's airport hotels provide easy access to the city while keeping you close to Logan Airport.

Boston Bed and Breakfasts Prefer something a little cozier? Check out these Boston Bed and Breakfast options.

Kid or Pet Friendly Boston Hotels If you're travelling with children or pets it's extra important to find perfect Boston lodging for your circumstances. Here's our list of the best options around!

Hotels Near Boston If you want to keep costs down and still have easy access to downtown Boston, here is a great selection of hotels with easy access to Boston and a price tag that's a bit easier on your wallet.

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Hotels in Boston:
The Inn at St. Botolph
The Inn at St. Botolph 99 St Botolph Street Boston MA 02116 Phone: 617-236-8099 We had lunch today with friends from Florida, originally from …

Fantastic boutique hotel near Boston's North End 
If you're looking for a great hotel in downtown Boston, the Onyx Hotel is an excellent choice. My boyfriend and I came to Boston for a concert cruise …

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Kid Friendly Boston Hotels

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  • Hotel Commonwealth has a restaurant called the Eastern Standard. It has been named both “Best of Boston Kid Friendly Restaurant’ and ‘Best Brunch’ by Boston Magazine.
    Read our Hotel Commonwealth description.
  • Holiday Inn Brookline has a kids eat free dining policy, and in-room games available. Also, the indoor heated swimming pool has enough space around it for the kids to keep themselves entertained.
    Read our Holiday Inn Brookline description.
  • The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common goes the extra mile to welcome children, offering a healthy-foods-focused menu just for kids, as well as specific activites such as a kids scavenger hunt.
    Read our Ritz-Carlton Boston Common description.
  • The Hotel Buckminster Boston bed and breakfast has a selection of double and even quadruple king or queen rooms, allowing the whole family to stay together for a more manageable price. Alternatively, up to two children under 17 can stay free provided they're using the existing bedding.
    Read our Hotel Buckminster description.

Pet Friendly Hotels in Boston

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