Getting outdoors in Boston

What to do and where to stay

 
Do: Visit Fenway Park If your idea of an outdoor activity involves heckling and hotdogs, head to Fenway Park to catch a Red Sox game. Yet another “oldest” (it’s the oldest park in the major leagues), Fenway is packed with Red Sox fans from April to October, and before games, vendors set up shop on  Yawkey Way. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, take a tour of the park instead. Stay: Hotel Commonwealth The 148-room Hotel Commonwealth is one of the most well-rounded boutique hotels in Boston. With its classical furnishings, large rooms, and impressive array of services, it captures the spirit of the city like few others. Fenway Park is only two blocks away and its high green field lights are visible from the hotel’s parking lot.

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Hotel Commonwealth  

Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts

Do: Visit Fenway Park If your idea of an outdoor activity involves heckling and hotdogs, head to Fenway Park to catch a Red Sox game. Yet another “oldest” (it’s the oldest park in the major leagues), Fenway is packed with Red Sox fans from April to October, and before games, vendors set up shop on Yawkey Way. If you prefer to avoid the crowds, take a tour of the park instead.

Stay: Hotel Commonwealth The 148-room Hotel Commonwealth is one of the most well-rounded boutique hotels in Boston. With its classical furnishings, large rooms, and impressive array of services, it captures the spirit of the city like few others. Fenway Park is only two blocks away and its high green field lights are visible from the hotel’s parking lot.

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