There is history and culture around every corner of Boston, carefully blending the city’s past and present. Weather wise, late spring and early fall are optimal times for a visit to the city, but I couldn’t have been more excited to experience my first snow storm since moving to Texas. Discover the best hotel, resturants and adventures with this curated Boston Travel Guide from my trip last month!
The Revere Hotel is found in the Boston Common area, granting it’s guests complete access to the sights and sounds of the beautiful city. Some of the cities best resturants, shopping and historical landmarks are found within walking distance of the hotel, making it convenient for the out of town guests to explore.
The upscale boutique hotel provides you with all the amenities you’d ever need for a long weekend. 365 spacious rooms are found on the property, as well as complimentary wifi, a well equipped fitness center, two different dining options, and unforgettable views of the city from your very own balcony!
Whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, you’ll find everything you need right at your finger tips. Rooms are spacious enough to accomodate your every day working needs, as well as comfortable furniture to relax in before venturing out to explore the city. Snowed in or expecting bad weather? The hotel is equipped with two distinct dining options, The Rustic Kitchen and Emerald Lounge.
The view from the rooftop is unbelievable. I can’t wait to come back in the summer to experience the warmth of the sun and rooftop bar! The Revere Hotel is a great option for travelers looking for a modern, cozy hotel with great views and easy access to the many areas of Boston. If you are planning on staying in the Boston area, the Revere Hotel is a must!
Boston offers so many quaint places around the entire city, a combination of old and new charm fused together. There’s no shortage of things to do while visiting Boston. Here’s a glimpse of our trip while visiting one of America’s oldest cities.
Grab breakfast or lunch at Thinking Cup, the first coffee shop in Downtown Boston to serve “Stumptown Coffee.” Located just steps away from Boston Common on Tremont St, grab a treat and enjoy the park!
Take a stroll through Boston Common, the oldest park in the country and almost 50 acres in size. Boston Common is also the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a system of connected parks that winds through many of Boston’s neighborhoods.
Head over to Boston’s version of Little Italy, aka The North End, and dine at Carmelina’s for dinner. They offer delicious Italian dishes with modern flair, paired with savory wines and appetizers!
Explore Faneuil Hall Marketplace, located near the waterfront for both shopping and dining! Filled with over 700 retailers, you’re sure to find something you love!
We stumbled upon Granary Tavern while on the hunt for Saturday brunch. Whether you’re looking for a place to eat, or a social atmosphere, this gem had the most delicious pancakes I have ever had!
Check out the Cathedral of the Holy Cross, the largest Roman Catholic church in New England! The views will seriously take your breath away!
When you’re finished at the church, pop on over to The Gallows for Sunday brunch. This quaint little spot is in the South End of Boston, great food and drinks! Be sure to grab a sweet treat from Blackbird Doughnut!
Exploring the beauty city last month was so much fun. Here’s to many more adventures to come!