Places to Stay
Stay in one of the greenest hotels in North America, the Seaport Hotel provides on-site complimentary bicycles you can borrow to explore the beautiful and historic seaport district of Boston. Located directly across the street from the harbor, this hotel has on-site access to the MBTA train station and bus station for easy transportation around Boston. Its beachy décor and gorgeous rooms with water views provide a relaxing getaway for guests. Associated with the World Trade Center, the Seaport Hotel provides a myriad of conference room, offices, and ballrooms perfect for any occasion.
FAIRMONT COPLY PLAZA
Step back in time and stay in one of the oldest hotels in Boston. The Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel opened in 1912 and still hold its majestic old-time beauty. This hotel is just steps away from historic Beacon Hill, the Freedom Trail, and the Boston Public Library, you can’t beat this impeccable location. -From the extravagant ballroom, to the health club overlooking Back Bay, to the 5-star spa, your guests will be lapped in luxury.
Built in 1927 by the Wyner family as a landmark hotel and continuing to operate as one in present day, the walls of this hotel are embedded with rich history. This unique and beautiful hotel sits right in the heart of Boston, located on the Boston garden and a quick walk to the infamous Newbery Street with plenty of shops and restaurants to explore. Get a bird’s eye view of the city on one of the only true hotel rooftops in Boston. In addition, the Taj has 18,000 square feet of event space across 15 function rooms, perfect for any size event.
Things to do
What is more Boston than a ball game at Fenway Park? As the oldest ballpark in MLB and home field for the Boston Red Sox since 1953, Fenway Park is rich in history. Catch a game or tour of “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” and explore the field and dugouts where Red Sox Legends like Williams, Yaz, Fisk and Rice once played. Step inside the locker room and visit the infamous Green Monster where you can sit on the oldest seats in operation since 1934. No doubt, Fenway Park is a must-see Boston attraction.
NORTH END/TARANTA COOKING CLASS
Explore the cobblestone streets Boston’s historic North End, where people have lived since its settlement in the 1930’s. Abundant with Italian restaurants, bakeries, shops and local markets, the North End is commonly referred to as “Boston’s Little Italy”. Immerse yourself in the culture by taking a cooking class at Taranta, a cozy Italian restaurant right in the heart of the North End. Forage local markets for ingredients and learn how to make homemade pastas and decadent Italian dishes from Taranta’s chefs, who have decades of experience. After, enjoy the meal you made with a glass of wine and good company!
FANEUIL HALL MARKETPLACE
Built in 1742 and dubbed the “Cradle of Liberty,” Faneuil Hall is one of the most historically significant buildings in the United States. Today, it continues to host a vibrant culture right in the center of Boston’s iconic mixed use festival marketplace. With over 100 retailers/offices, Faneuil Hall has something for everybody! Stroll through the cobblestone promenades overflowing with local and world-renowned musicians and street performers or indulge in mouthwatering worldwide cuisine, nationally recognized shops.