Boston, Massachusetts

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 first opening its doors 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 the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood, take in sweeping skyline views from the rooftop.

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The Historic and Bustling Hub of New England

Boston has the charm, history, and quaint architecture of a colonial village with the bustle and industry of a major capital city. It’s a hub of higher education, home to more than 70 universities, including Harvard and MIT across the river in Cambridge. One of the best ways to get acquainted with Boston is a self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile path that connects the most important sites of the American Revolution, including Paul Revere’s House and the Boston Common (the oldest public park in America). Finish your tour in the North End, Boston’s Little Italy, brimming with cobblestone streets, hole-in-the-wall taverns, and Italian trattorias.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airport
    Logan International Airport (BOS)
  • Average temperature
    82°F in summer; 37°F in winter
  • Peak season
    Summer and fall
  • Car recommended
  • Population

Destination Highlights

  • Fenway Park

    For more than a century, Bostonians have rooted for the Red Sox in Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in the U.S. Take a tour of the famous venue or watch as batters try to get one over the Green Monster.

  • Newbury Street

    Back Bay is the home of Boston’s trendiest shopping boulevard: Newbury Street. Here, designer shops like Chanel sit shoulder-to-shoulder with indie boutiques and a slew of inviting restaurants and cafes.

  • Faneuil Hall

    In the center of Boston, this bustling marketplace dates back to the Revolutionary War, when luminaries like Sam Adams would deliver rousing speeches. Today, it’s home to shops and restaurants brimming with local delicacies.



  • Forecasting Your Boston Vacation

    Boston experiences all four seasons fully. Humid and rainy summers are bookended by generally mild spring and fall seasons. Winters are snowy and wet, thanks to the city’s bayside location. Occasionally, particularly in the cooler months, the city is hit with a nor’easter—a long, windy rainstorm that moves up the Atlantic seaboard.


Map of Boston, Massachusetts

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