Boston neighborhoods


Famous for scholarly life, the homey and tree-lined neighborhood of Cambridge is home to ivy league Harvard University, Radcliffe and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The Longy School of Music and Lesley University are also located here. Tourists can walk through picturesque college squares and browse any number of niche book shops here. A plethora of coffee shops and cafes abound.

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Theatre District - Chinatown - South End

Situated around Boston Common, hotels in the Chinatown and Theater District area are within walking distance of many central Boston sights and are close to Boston's South Station, the city's main train station. The financial district is also nearby, along the waterfront. The area is lively and is the center for Boston stage productions.

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Located south of the Charles River and due southwest from Boston's city center, Fenway is a neighborhood housing the iconic baseball park of the same name, and offers no shortage of hotels. Nearby attractions include the Art Institute of Boston, Northeastern University, the Symphony Hall, New England Conservatory of Music and the Forsyth Institute. From here, you can walk to many central Boston sights like Boston Common.

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Financial District & Waterfront

As the name suggests, hotels in this area encompass Boston's busy financial district which is marked by Boston City Hall and Plaza. Situated along the waterfront east of Logan Airport and southeast of Cambridge, the Financial District is well positioned for travelers wishing to visit the Boston harbour and aquarium as well as Chinatown and the Theater District.

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