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Take in all the history and a dose of New England charm in Boston with two Inspirato partner hotels in central locations around the city. The Lenox, a boutique hotel that’s been serving political dignitaries and celebrities since its inception in the early 20th century, is steeped in both history and luxury in Boston’s coveted Back Bay neighborhood.
At the XV Beacon Hotel, just steps from historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, take in sweeping skyline views from the rooftop.
Boston is a wonderful blend of stylish sophistication, business, higher education and historic New England charm. Uncover its history by walking the Freedom Trail, dining in a new restaurant (or an old favorite) and shopping upscale boutiques on Newbury Street. Let us recommend uncommon activities and hidden gems. Your accommodations with Inspirato are at the epicenter of Boston's parks, galleries, boutiques and restaurants. Stroll the Public Garden or take a Swan Boat ride. Visit the Museum of Fine Arts or the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. Tour the amazing historical sites and see for yourself why Boston is a "Top 10" tourist destination.
The Rodeo Drive of the East, Newbury Street is a shopper's mecca with eclectic independent boutiques, high-end urban fashion, and world-class salons. Visit Crush Boutique, Chanel or Bella Santé, voted best massage in Boston.
Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market is renowned for its Street Theater and guests of Mistral, Boston's best French Mediterranean restaurant, can use their complimentary car service for transportation within metro Boston.
Enjoy the Norm Burger at the Bull & Finch in Beacon Hill, the pub that inspired the TV show Cheers, or let your Destination Concierge book a Boston Beer Tour and craft your own beer! The intoxicating Boston Beer Summit is in April.
Start the Freedom Trail from the oldest park in the country. Boston Common forms the center of the Emerald Necklace park system. Over the years, it has been used for cattle grazing, public hangings and a Revolutionary campground.