Vacationers will find a choice of Boston bed & breakfast hotels that just happen to be close to all of Boston’s well-known attractions. The Coolidge Corner Guest House is decorated using a Victorian-style. This hotel serves a complimentary continental breakfast each morning and offers the use of a kitchenette for preparing additional meals. Corporate guests will want to secure lodging at the College Club of Boston, as this hotel features free wireless high-speed Internet access and a spacious work desk in each of its guest rooms. Another option is to stay in one of the three Moroccan Luxury Suites. Not only will you have a room with separate living and sleeping quarters, but you’ll also be able to head outside to walk through a courtyard garden with a charming fountain. Finally, travelers can call the Christopher hotel their home away from home. Extras offered at this location include a rooftop deck that looks out across Boston, a guest laundry facility for extended stay guests, and rooms that have more of an apartment feel to them.
Things to Do
Just around the corner from the Boston bed & breakfast hotels are such attractions as the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and the Copley Place shopping mall. There’s also the New England Aquarium for watching penguins in action, the Prudential Tower with its observation deck, and the Harvard Museum of Natural History, which has a series of dinosaur fossils on display.
Getting Around Boston
Each of the Boston bed & breakfast hotels sit close to one of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s subway stations. Guest who prefer to rent a car will find a variety of agencies throughout the city, as well as a few at the airport. Since parking can be an issue at times, travelers would be wise to consider hiring a taxi driver to get to attractions that are outside of walking distance of your hotel.