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All Boston sports fans love to hear about that dirty water, but we love Boston for its history, culture and food.

If you are looking for a walkable getaway, look no further then one of the nation’s oldest cities.

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Stayful Independent & Boutique Hotels in Boston

Complement your Boston adventures by staying at a boutique hotel that suits your unique traveling needs.

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  1. Revere Hotel Boston Common

    4 stars
    Back Bay
  2. The Colonnade Hotel Back Bay

    4 stars
    Back Bay
  3. Fifteen Beacon

    4 stars
    Beacon Hill
  4. Hotel Commonwealth

    4 stars
    Fenway-Kenmore"
  5. The Inn At St Botolph

    3 stars
    Back Bay
  6. Ames Boston Hotel

    4 stars
    Quincy Market
  7. The Eliot Hotel

    4 stars
    Back Bay
  8. Hotel Veritas

    Hotel Veritas

    3 stars
    Cambridge
  9. The Verb Hotel

    The Verb Hotel

    3 stars
    Fenway
  10. The Midtown Hotel

    The Midtown Hotel

    2 stars
    Back Bay
Local Guide

Fenway

If you’re lucky enough to be visiting Boston during a home stand, catch a game at Fenway, the nation’s oldest, arguably most famous and definitely quirkiest ballpark.

View of the monument of Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr, Johnny Pesky and Dom Dimaggio placed in front of the Red Sox stadium the Fenway Park in Boston

Fill up on peanuts and Cracker Jack’s in the shadow of the 37-foot Green Monster, then take in Landsdowne Street, dotted with countless pubs equipped to quench your thirst.

Fuel after a full day

Located in the heart of Back Bay, Tapeo offers an exceptional Spanish Tapas style cuisine – Image courtesy of tapeo.com

After a long day of shopping on Newbury Street, rest your feet at one of the city’s best tapas restaurants: Tapeo. A glass (or two) of Sangria paired with some Gambas Al Ajillo is all you need to fall in love with Beantown over and over again.

What We Love

You know what we find wicked awesome? The sheer number of activities at your fingertips. Duck tours (by land and by sea), the Freedom Trail, art museums…, there’s no excuse for a dull moment.

Charles River Esplanade

What better way to end a day in Boston, than watching the sunset over Charles River

Be sure to take a stroll around the Esplanade, especially in the summertime. Bostonians love their warm weather and you will see many locals relaxing on the grass. The park opens up to free concerts featuring artists from all over the world.

Stay at Fifteen Beacon

Centrally located, Fifteen Beacon is ideally situated for the executive traveler, tourist, and those seeking precious getaway moments

This gorgeous little spot is the perfect accommodation for a unique travel experience. Located in the heart of Beacon Hill, Fifteen Beacon exudes timeless elegance with gas fireplaces in every room. (Marshmallows not included.)