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When you travel to Boston you can get cheap BOS airport rides with the shortest time possible to places like New England Aquarium and the Paul Revere House with our taxi service.
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A simple option for those looking to stay close to as many business opportunities as trendy pubs, the Hampton Inn on Massachusetts Avenue is the perfect way to enjoy the area. Offering a range of freebies that include hot breakfast & Wi-Fi, an elevated indoor pool, plus airport shuttles to Logan Airport (4.7 miles), you’ll be more than ready to take on the day. Stay comfy with quiet rooms, some of which offer high-rise views of the neighborhood, or go further by upgrading to a suite for quaint pull-out-sofas and kitchenettes. In addition to free lifts to the airport, the hotel is also down the street from the Newmarket Station (0.6 miles), making downtown explorations easy to come by, even easier if you reserve a private lift of your own.

With so many attractions in every direction, the area can be daunting to explore. Start simple by going on an early walk along South Bay Harbor Trail, located just outside the hotel’s front entrance – head west on the trail for a variety of parks and villages surrounding Northeastern University, from the open-lawn events at Centennial Common to the connecting paths of Emerald Necklace, home to even more attractions at the heart of Boston’s historic Back Bay neighborhood. Hang out in SoWa (South of Washington) for something closer to heart, choosing between a variety of cafes and unique gastro pubs on Washington Street, not to mention the historic Blackstone and Franklin Square, a pair of twin parks perfect for Boston-style picnics and people-watching.