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Cheap and discount hotels and accommodation in Boston, USA

Boston: A Taste of Europe Across the Pond

Boston is arguably the most European of all American cities. With influences from Colonial England and more lately European Capitals creating a vibrant New England Capital.

Boston is a walking-friendly city with the famous Freedom Trail actually mapped out on the pavements. It's well worth a walk from the start not least for all the local restaurants and hostelries you pass en route. Talking of holstelries a visit to Boston would not be complete without having a couple of beers in the famous Cheers Bar. They might not know your name these days but they can certainly sell you a T Shirt or beer glass from the gift shop.
If it's shopping you're after then Faneuil Hall, also known as Quincy Market is the place to be. It features a host of stores and stalls offering souveniers, clothes shopping, antiquities and a wide variety of food options.

If you've had enough of walking then a great way to see the city is on board one of the Boston Duck Tours. The tour (pictured left) takes you through the sites of Boston with a twist. The amphibous vehicle spends as much time in the water as on the land giving a unique perspective of the Boston skyline.

If sports is more your game then you've got a host of options. Fenway Park is home of Baseball's Boston Red Sox with the season running from March to September. Basketball and Ice Hockey are both played at the Boston Garden. The Boston Celtics play Basketball during October and April and the Boston Bruins play Ice Hockey between October and April. And don't forget the hugely succesful New England Patriots playing Americal Football at Gilette Stadium. For all sporting events it's worth trying to obtain tickets in advance. However a good hotel concierge will always manage to get you tickets for a fee.

Our customer's tips and city guides for Boston:

"Although the hotel is reachable from any terminal by enclosed walkway (useful in winter), it is quite a hike up and down several escalators (or elevators), there is a complimentary shuttle. It is your choice, stay in the warm with a 15min walk or go out into the Bostonian winter and wait 15/30 mins for the shuttle. "
Mr B Williams of St Neots (Mature couple) stayed: Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel, Dec 2008

"Dont stay at this hotel "
Mr D Fisher of Kings Lynn (Mature couple) stayed: Sheraton Newton Hotel, Sep 2008

"We took the 7 day travel pass for 15 Dollars each excellent value for getting around this beautiful city "
Mr S Bell of Airdrie (Seniors (65+)) stayed: Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel, May 2008

Click here for 13 more customer tips and city guides to Boston

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Ames Hotel
At Mit Hotel
B.W. Boston Inn Hotel
B.W. Homestead Inn Hotel
Best Western Adams Inn Hotel
Best Western Boston The Inn At Longwood Hotel
Best Western Lord Wakefield Hotel
Best Western New Englander Hotel
Best Western Roundhouse Suites Hotel
Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel
Best Western Terrace Inn Hotel
Best Western Tlc Hotel
Boston Marriott Burlington Hotel
Boston Marriott Newton Hotel
Boston Marriott Newton Hotel
Boston Marriott Quincy Hotel
Boston Park Plaza Hotel
Boston Park Plaza Hotel &Amp; Towers
Boston Park Plaza Hotel And Towers
Boston Peabody Springhill Suites By Marriott Hotel
Boston/Woburn North Courtyard By Marriot Hotel
Brookline Courtyard By Marriott Hotel
Bulfinch Hotel
Colonnade Hotel
Comfort Inn Hotel
Comfort Inn Hotel
Comfort Inn Boston Hotel
Concord'S Colonial Inn Hotel
Copley Square Hotel
Courtyard Boston Tremont Hotel
Courtyard By Marriot South Boston Hotel
Days Hotel Boston
Doubletree Club Bayside Hotel
Doubletree Guest Suites Boston Hotel
Doubletree Guest Suites Boston Hotel
Doubletree Guest Suites Waltham Hotel
Doubletree Hotel @ Mit
Doubletree Hotel Boston Downtown
Doubletree Hotel Boston/Bedford Glen
Doubletree Hotel Downtown
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Emerson Inn By The Sea Hotel
Fairfield Inn Hotel
Fairmont Battery Wharf Hotel
Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel
Fairmont Copley Plaza Fairmont Rooms Hotel
Four Points Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Four Points Sheraton Hotel
Four Seasons Boston Hotel
Hampton Inn Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Hampton Inn Boston-Natick (Duplicated 42969) Hotel
Hilton Boston Back Bay Hotel
Hilton Boston Financial District Hotel
Hilton Boston Financial District Hotel
Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel
Hilton Dedham Place Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston - Randolph Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston At Beacon Hill Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston Newton Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston Newton (Duplicate 41595) Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston Peabody Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston Somerville Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston-Logan Airport Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston-Logan Airport Hotel
Holiday Inn Boston-Peabody Hotel
Holiday Inn Brookline Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Hotel
Holiday Inn Express And Suites Boston Downtown Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Boston Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Cambridge Hotel
Holiday Inn Express Milford Hotel
Holiday Inn Mansfield/Foxboro Hotel
Holiday Inn Randolph Boston Hotel
Holiday Inn Select Woburn Hotel
Holiday Inn Somerville Hotel
Hotel Buckminster
Hyatt Cambridge Hotel
Hyatt Harborside Hotel
Hyatt Harborside At Boston'S Logan Int'L Airport Hotel
Hyatt Regency Boston Hotel
Hyatt Regency Boston Hotel
Hyatt Regency Cambridge Hotel
Intercontinental Boston Hotel
Intercontinental Hotel Boston (Club International Room)
Jurys Boston Hotel
Jurys Boston Hotel
La Quinta Inn And Suites Hotel
Langham Hotel
Langham Hotel Boston
Lenox Hotel
Liberty Hotel
Marlowe Hotel
Marriott Copley Place Hotel
Marriott Peabody Hotel
Marriott Quincy Hotel
Midtown Hotel
Millenium Bostonian Hotel
Millennium Bostonian Hotel
Motel 6 Boston Braintree Hotel
Nine Zero Hotel
Omni Parker House Hotel
Onyx Hotel
Park Plaza Hotel
Providence Biltmore Hotel
Quality Inn Boston Hotel
Radisson Cambridge Hotel
Ramada Inn Boston Hotel
Red Roof Inn Boston Hotel
Red Roof Inn Saugus Hotel
Red Roof Inn Woburn Hotel
Red Roof Inn Woburn Hotel
Residence Inn Boston Harbour Tudor Wharf Hotel
Ritz Carlton Common Hotel
Royal Sonesta Hotel
Royal Sonesta Hotel Cambridge (Deluxe Room)(River View)
Seaport Hotel And World Trade Center Boston
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Sheraton Boston Hotel
Sheraton Braintree Hotel
Sheraton Colonial Golf Hotel
Sheraton Newton Hotel
Springhill Suites Hotel
Taj Boston Hotel
Taj Boston Hotel
The Colonnade Hotel
The Constitution Inn Hotel
W Hotel Boston
Westin Copley Place Hotel
Westin Copley Place Hotel
Westin Waterfront Hotel
Wyndham Andover Hotel

More customer tips and city guides for Boston:

"Walk everywhere, it's so easy! "
Mr J Devereux of Fleet (Young couple) stayed: Hilton Boston Logan Airport Hotel, Mar 2008

"Just enjoy it! "
Ms M Custy of Limerick (Mature adult friends) stayed: Midtown Hotel, Feb 2008

"I did a trolley ride round the city. This is great no matter what the weather and there are plenty of stops to get on and off at and lots to see and do when you get off. Eat out in the city, lots of lovely restaurants to visit. "
Mrs E Cowie of Livingston (Solo leisure) stayed: Bulfinch Hotel, Feb 2008

"Walk as much as possible to take in the sights and sounds of this beautiful city. "
Mr J Devereux of Fleet (Young couple) stayed: Lenox Hotel, Dec 2007

"Buying a 5 day ticket for the metro is a must. In the winter the weather can be mild on one day and extremely cold 2 days later so take warm clothes. "
Mr D Magee of Belfast (Mature couple) stayed: Holiday Inn Boston Somerville Hotel, Nov 2007

"Take plenty of layers with you if going in November onwards as it's freezing! "
Miss H Killick of Plymouth (Young adult friends) stayed: Midtown Hotel, Nov 2007

" It is a nice location, to be out of the city centre and prices, but with hindsight we should have chosen somewhere in same price range closer, perhaps near the airport where you can use the subway. It cost us $40 from bus station to hotel in a taxi. And $20 from hotel to nearest subway station to return to city centre. Loved the market place area, particularly all the little eating joints, great atmosphere. The "hop on/ off bus is well worth doing, but if you are going to do just ONE thing, go to the JFK museum, easy to reach by subway. It's overwhelming, especially for someone of my generation "
Mrs C Jenkins of Woolacombe (Mature adult friends) stayed: Holiday Inn Boston Peabody Hotel, Oct 2007

"Yes, ask if the hotel has public transport ( not Taxis) at walking distance so you don't waste money on taxis. "
Mrs S Paliwal of Birmingham (Mature couple) stayed: Holiday Inn Brookline Hotel, Oct 2007

"Comfortable shoes. Hire a car and visit an outlet mall and make your money go further "
Mr R Mcroberts of Newtownards (Mature couple) stayed: Holiday Inn Brookline Hotel, Oct 2007

"If you stay outside the City as we did and use the t system (trains) buy a "Charlie Ticket" to save money. "
Mr M Trollope of Peterborough (Mature couple) stayed: Best Western Adams Inn Hotel, Oct 2007

"Go on the trolley or duck tour before deciding what to see and do as so much to cram in and be brave and try the 't' "
Mrs L Newton of Hyde (Mature couple) stayed: Best Western Adams Inn Hotel, Sep 2007

"Accept that the people in Boston don't like to be told they are wrong or that something maybe wrong with a service they provide. Great for shopping "
Mrs T Foster of Dublin (Family with young children) stayed: Best Western Adams Inn Hotel, Aug 2007

"If you stay at the Midtown Hotel get a room near receptionsome of the room are a long walk "
Mrs E George of Hemel Hempstead (Mature couple) stayed: Midtown Hotel, Jun 2007