Hotels in Boston are a little more affordable when you make use of Boston Senior hotel discounts. And thanks to those discounts, you’ll save enough to paint the town red from historic Union Park to the upscale Faneuil Hall Market Place in Downtown Beantown. Check out world famous Fenway Park -- home to the venerable Boston Red Sox since 1912 -- or explore the stately home of famous heiress Isabella Stewart Gardner before retiring to your room to charge up for another day in the city known affectionately as The Athens of America. After all, you’ve earned this trip, so you better make the most of it.
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 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: For a partial view of the city, request a room facing Boston St. on floors 5 - 6.
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.