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If you wish to see some of Boston's landmarks such as USS Constitution Museum or Old North Church, you might want to consider hiring a professional driver to take you to your destination.
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Placed on the southern shores of downtown, the InterContinental Boston brings out the best and brightest of the city, from sweeping views of the iconic harbor to the historic Tea Party ships. Enjoy on-site amenities that include a luxury spa, 2 restaurants, a rum bar, plus a variety of gorgeous rooms to choose from. Upgrade to a suite for a super swanky setting, enjoying huge wrap around couches and wall-to-wall windows that offer a panoramic view of the city, not to mention cushy bedroom ottomans perfect for kicking your shoes off. Get through the region with ease by taking advantage of nearby transportation as well, choosing between the ferry rides to Logan Airport or the South Station Subway, not to mention a slew of private shuttle options always waiting on your beck and call.

Get around with ease, starting with what there is to do around the corner. Get a view of the bay from the Harborwalk, located just outside the hotel’s front entrance and offering a range of activities, from the tranquil hideaways at Urban Arboretum to New England Aquarium’s multi-level tanks and friendly penguin population. Head to the iconic Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum afterward, home to the iconic start of America’s Revolution as well as live reenactments of the catalyst that started it all. Cross the Congress Street bridge to check out a variety of other exhibits while you’re out, from the family-friendly wonders at Boston Children’s Museum to the rustic interior of Boston Fire Museum, housed within an old abandoned firehouse.