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TD Garden and Boston North Station

The Heart of The City

There isn’t just one neighborhood in Boston that has everything you want in it.  The city is full from border to border with interesting locations, delicious dining, big time shopping, shows, games, music, art, and history.  That means you are going to need to get from place to place in short order, and it would probably be nice to be able to do it without having to worry about where to park a car or how much traffic you are going to have to fight.  Book a room or suite at the hotels near Boston North Station and you’ll get the benefit of a clean, comfortable room provided by a quality hotel combined with a short walk to one of the main stations of the Amtrak and T.

Before 1893, when the original North Station was built, there were four different stations servicing the same areas.  That should give you some indication of how powerful this hub of transportation is.  Though it has gone through multiple incarnations, demolished in 1928 for the original Boston Garden and then replaced again when the TD Garden went in in 1995, it has remained a mainstay of how to get anywhere in Boston since its first day of operation.

If you are planning to see the Celtics or the Bruins, that reservation at the hotels near Boston North Station is key because the station exists right below the Garden as it has since 1928.  Included with direct access to the games and concerts at the garden, the station also connects to the local bus service, the Orange and Green Line of the T, the MBTA Commuter Rail, Amtrak’s Downeaster service, and the water taxi service at the Lovejoy Wharf.  There’s even a small food court available in the waiting area to ensure you don’t have to go hungry while you wait for your next ride.

Comfort While You Connect

Being close to your next trip anywhere in the city is probably the biggest benefit of booking a stay at the hotels near Boston North Station, but it certainly isn’t the only one. Need more than a day or two to take advantage of the connections you’re getting at the North Station?  Make your reservation with the Residence Inn and enjoy the benefit of a company that has designed its hotel for those longer trips.  Want to experience some of the area’s history without having to leave the hotel?  Rent a room at the Boxer and enjoy a boutique stay in a hotel that harkens back to the turn of the 20th century.  Perhaps you want to bump up the elegance and luxury of your experience, rounding it out to a full unforgettable adventure.  The Onyx has got your back with services and amenities as fine as the décor in every room in the building.  And if you want to save a little money and still get all the quality you deserve, look to the Holiday Inn Express to give you both in spades.