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Placed at the heart of downtown, the Omni Parker House on School Street is a great way to look forward to the day. Surrounded by countless Boston attractions and home to its own on-site amenities, the historic 1927 hotel has been a renowned character in countless works of literature, music, and even the lives of historic figures. Offering suites with a capitol-style design that flows from antique furniture to mahogany bed frames, you’ll feel like you stepped into the past as soon as you walk in. Also offering a classy wood-paneled restaurant & bar, the stay makes celebrations a breeze. Get around town just as easy by utilizing the subway stop on Park Street, or make things the most convenient by reserving a ride of your own, whether it’s a limousine for getting to the Boston Convention Center (2.9 miles) or a shuttle ride to Logan Airport (4.2 miles).

From grandiose architecture to quaint lawns, there’s plenty to see in the immediate area. Start by taking the nearby Freedom Trail westward, looking forward to the iconic lawns and statues at Boston Common as much as the 1809 space of Park Street Church, famous for hosting a variety of famous speeches and church services that began a slew of movements. Head east along Freedom Trail for even more urban delights, from the solemn park space that makes up the Irish Famine Memorial to the original location of the Boston Tea Party at the Old South Meeting House, home to a museum, guided tours, and reenactments of the famous revolt every December 16th.