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Treat yourself ito a luxurious experience with the stretched limousine service to Paul Revere House on your next trip to the Boston area.
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A classic stay looking out at iconic fishing wharfs, the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel is a modern way to enjoy an old part of town. Especially popular with business travelers due to its close access to the Boston Convention Center, the seaside destination knows how to make each moment a splash. Enjoy on-site amenities that include nautical-themed rooms as well as a ritzy indoor pool & lounge, keeping in mind that you can upgrade to a club room for even more perks, which include larger living spaces and free access to the club lounge continental breakfast & evening appetizers. Without close access to the city’s rapid transit or a shuttle, reserving a ride of your own is necessary to make the end of your trip as fun as the beginning, whether it’s a shared ride van to Logan Airport (2.7 miles) or a private ride perfect for seeing it all.

Keep up with all that’s floating through the region’s cobblestone streets, whether it’s a nearby glance at The Institute of Contemporary Art or a sit-down at Fan Pier Park, home to marina-side benches looking out at Boston’s petit skyline and local passerby. Head west toward downtown’s Urban Arboretum to feel the energy of the city, afterward hopping aboard the Rowes Wharf ferry for a ride along historic waters, whether it’s toward The Paul Revere House on the north side or the East Boston Greenway across the bay. End the evening with something to remember, enjoying a walk through the Faneuil Hall Marketplace timeless red-brick space as much as a sunset stroll through the 19th-century architecture and landscaping at Boston Public Garden.