Articles Mentioning Boston Hotels

10 of the Best Weekend Getaways From Boston

View of the Charles River, Boston/Oyster With plenty of historical attractions (Faneuil Hall, the Paul Revere House), an impressive breadth of museums, lovely public parks (Boston Common, Public Garden), and sports activities galore (the city is home to the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, and Patriots), Boston has lots to offer visitors. Even better, the city…

7 of the World’s Worst Transportation Systems

Bit Boy/Flickr Public transit is a necessity for many living in urban cores — or those commuting from the suburbs into city center: Many city dwellers and workers depend on efficiently run, punctual, and safe light rails, subways, and buses to carry out the activities of their daily lives. However, some systems fail spectacularly in…

The 8 Best Destinations in the U.S. for Viewing Fall Colors

Somehow, we’ve managed to get through not one, but two seasons this year and we are on well our way to the third — fall. With fall comes a lot of changes: The air gets crisp and chilly, the sun sets earlier, and, perhaps best of all, the trees change colors. There are so many…

The 14 Best Things to Do in Boston

Bursting with history, crammed with iconic cuisine, and blessed with some of the East Coast’s most important cultural attractions, Boston is a city that caters to many interests. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the trendy enclave of Jamaica Plain, this city of revolution, academia, sporting tradition, and contemporary culture has enough to…

How 10 Popular U.S. Cities Got Their Nicknames

You’ve been throwing around the phrases Windy City, Sin City, and Big Easy for years. You even have a souvenir t-shirt with the words Big Apple printed in big block letters. Many city monikers have become part of the national vocabulary, but how much do you really know about their origins? Read on to find…

8 Fabulous Midcentury Modern Hotels in the U.S.

Break out the cocktail shakers and Rat Pack records because we are listing out our eight favorite midcentury hotels! If you have a soft spot for sputnik light fixtures, vibrant pop art, and streamlined Eames furniture, these funky hotels across the U.S. will be your happy place. Piled high with architectural flourishes and shagadelic vibes,…

8 Millionaires’ Miles in Cities Around the World

Some of the ritziest real estate in the world can be found on the so-called “Millionaires’ Miles” or “Gold Coasts,” oh-so-exclusive residential areas in scenic areas of cities across the globe where luxury housing is the norm for the 1 (or .001) percent. For the rest of us, they’re gorgeous avenues to wander down and…

11 Hotels Favored by U.S. Presidents

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue might be home base for the POTUS, but when you’re the leader of the free world, you’re bound to spend a lot of time traveling, too. Over the course of his two-term presidency, Barack Obama jetted off to 58 different countries and embarked on plenty of firsts, including being the first sitting…

10 Historic U.S. Attractions You Have to Visit

The United States 2016 presidential election is (finally) over and while many citizens are looking toward the future, we’re actually interested in the past. America may not have as storied an existence as Europe or Asia, but there are still hundreds of landmarks and sites around the nation that are worthy of visiting. From man-made…