Boston AAA hotel discounts are a great way to help stretch your travel dollars so you spend less on amenities and more on food and fun. Between the days jam packed with attractions, like the Museum of Science and the always popular Salem Witch Museum, to the nights filled with drinks and dancing in downtown at the Cure Lounge and the Gypsy Bar, it’s easy to lose track of how much you’ve spent on vacation. Luckily, when you take advantage of discounts, the best hotels in Boston become a little more affordable, leaving you with cash to burn through and a trip you’ll never forget.
Best Rooms: The side of the building facing south has some views of the Boston Wharf, while the north side faces Christopher Columbus Park and the harbor. For the best harbor views, you'll want to be in a room on the east side of the building.
Best Rooms: Most rooms will have standard city views. The east side of the hotel faces the airport and has more of a land view.
Best Rooms: Views from this hotel are of the city or the water. For the best of both worlds, request a room with a combined city and water view, on floor 10 or higher. Some guest rooms are interior-facing, which means they face towards other rooms in the hotel.
Best Rooms: For the best water views, be sure to specifically book a River View room, and keep in mind that getting up to at least floor 25 will be ideal for these views. For city views, request any even-numbered room.
Best Rooms: The best city views are found from rooms ending in *24 or *26, on floors 11 - 14 (e.g. 1124, 12124, 1426).