Local Area

Located directly on the Freedom Trail, we are the perfect home base to explore Boston’s history and the events leading up to our country’s independence. Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution, fondly known as “Old Ironsides”, are just steps from Tudor Wharf. A short walk across the Charles River will find you in the historic North End and just around the corner from Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, and many family friendly museums and attractions.

  • If you are in need of some retail therapy, take a stroll along the Mystic River at Assembly Row. This premiere destination offers world-renowned brand name outlets, vast dining experiences and unique entertainment. From Legoland Discovery Center, to an AMC Movie Theater, along with the first new T station since 1987, there’s plenty of reason to pay Assembly Row a visit.
  • Dine at one of the most historic pub restaurants in America, the Warren Tavern. Located in the gas light district and just steps away from the hotel, it was first erected in 1780 and is over 255 years old. A favorite of historic figures from the revolution, such as Paul Revere, and a common gathering spot for travelers including George Washington.
  • Cheer on the Bruins or Celtics or take in a concert at the famed TD Boston Garden, New England’s Premier Sports and Entertainment arena which is just a short 5 minute walk from the hotel.
  • Take a stroll through the charming North End and dine on delicious Italian cuisine. The streets abound with history around every corner, including Old North Church & Paul Revere’s house.
  • The neighborhood is packed with restaurants and the locals carefully maintain their deeply-rooted ties to Italian culture.
  • Spend an afternoon in Faneuil Hall Market Place which is as alive today as it was in 1742 when our nation’s fathers proclaimed it “The Cradle of Liberty”. The cobblestone promenades are filled with the music and jaw-dropping routines of world-renowned street performers and musicians as well as over 70 retailers and numerous restaurants including Cheers.
  • Visit the New England Aquarium‘s spectacular new Caribbean coral reef teeming with more than 2,000 animals. The renovated 200,000 gallon Giant Ocean Tank features crystal-clear views of sharks, sea turtles, stingrays and thousands of tropical fishes. The Aquarium is a treasure trove ready for exploration by families and ocean lovers right in the heart of downtown Boston.
  • A walk through Boston Common & the Public Garden is simply delightful in any season. The Common is at the southern end of the Freedom trail, located in front of the Massachusetts State House. Visit Frog Pond for skating in the winter and a splash pool in the summer. In the Public Garden, visit the bronze statues of George Washington or Make Way for Ducklings while enjoying the seasonal & permanent flower plantings. Along Boston Harbor you’ll find a multitude of activities from harbor cruises at high noon to romantic sails at sunset, whale watches out on the ocean to people-watching along the new HarborWalk, spanning from Charlestown to Quincy.