Loews Hotel, Boston

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When is best

Jun - Oct

High Season

We recommend

5 nights



7 hrs 25 mins


Holiday in Boston

Boston has many impressive USA parks with charming open spaces to discover on unforgettable strolls through one of the many rural pockets of this city. Walk the 2½-mile Freedom trail to discover Boston’s fascinating history through downtown Boston and Charlestown which shows museums, churches, burial grounds and parks. Then you can cross over the Charles River and discover the iconic grounds of Harvard and discover its hallowed courtyards. Or venture into the country’s oldest park, Boston Common. This park spans 50 acres and was once home to grazing cattle and Dr Martin Luther King Jr even once delivered a speech here.

Newbury Street, Copley Place and Filene’s Basement provide the retail therapy you need here. Boston is known for its love of baseball, so watching their beloved Red Sox at Fenway Park is a must. The stadium is almost a century old and when this stadium fills up the atmosphere is unbeatable and infectious.

The television series Cheers was also heavily influenced by Cheers bar here. Both the original bar and the replica have a welcoming and friendly atmosphere whilst enjoying all-American cuisine. The dining options don’t end here though. Famous for its freshly-caught seafood it’s the perfect opportunity to indulge in lobster, scallops and flaky cod at some of the best restaurants in town including Union Oyster House, Legal Sea Foods, Summer Shacks and incredible local food at Quincy Market.

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Loews Hotel

Once home to the Boston Police Headquarters, this stately 1920’s haven is an unforgettable blend of chic style, sophistication and traditional New England hospitality. Centrally located, it sits between three of the city's most sought-after neighbourhoods - South End, Theatre District and Back Bay – plus the designer shopping haven of Newbury Street and the revered halls of Harvard University.

It’s best described as relaxed luxury, with each of the 225 guestrooms beautifully renovated to include, soft lighting, modern decor and furnishings, thoughtful use of technology and decadent touches like Frette bed linen. And to get a feel for the real Boston, mix with locals who flock to the hotel’s Precinct Kitchen and Bar to sample sumptuous New England seafood specialities.

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