During your visit in Boston, you’ll often feel as you’ve turned back in time, while Boston is a thoroughly modern city. MAny places of the city remain unchanged: the narrow alleyways of the North End, the gas lit and cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill, the ducks waddling at your feet in the Public Garden — its romantic side is just below the surface.
Boston provides unlimited opportunities for a walk hand-in-hand with your lover. Add a romantic dinner for two with a spectacular view or a ride on a swan boat and you’re well on your way to a Boston vacation teeming with romance.
You have many options for relaxation in Boston: dancing at a concert at the Hatch Shell, picnics in the Public Garden, crossing the Charles River to Cambridge via Foot Bridge or window shopping on Newbury Street.
There are many sweet places where you could spend the night in Boston that will make you feel like home.
Beacon Hill Hotel (12 guest rooms) is as romantic and charming place as the neighborhood after which it’s named. Located on the corner of Charles and Chestnut Streets, this neighborhood gem is conveniently located close to the Boston Common and Public Garden. Its most outstanding feature is the private roof deck, perfect for sipping champagne before turning in for the night.
Jurys Boston Hotel is a new hotel with a great location on Back Bay and posh digs in the former Boston police headquarters. The dual-floor lobby is sprinkled with stone fireplaces and cozy couches for curling up while the guest rooms feature pillow-top beds, 300-count linens and duvet covers, nightly turndown and 24-hour in-room dining. The Ireland-based hotel fits in nicely in the most Irish city in America – you’ll likely be greeted by Irish doormen and assisted by the Irish concierge.