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Are you in need of transportation to and from the Boston airport? Book a private van to take you and your mid-sized group to the Freedom Trail.
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Aug 19, 2022
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A popular business choice due to its close access to the Boston Convention Center as well as unique on-site attractions, The Westin Boston Waterfront is an idyllic way to enjoy the south side. Home to an American restaurant & Irish pub as well as an atrium-lit pool perfect for getting some laps in, the stay perfectly blends local Boston culture with American treats. Wake up to bright mornings with floor-to-ceiling windows as well as spacious suites with pull-out sofas, dining room tables, and earth-tone accents that compliment the city’s rustic side. Get around the region with ease as well, whether it be through a ferry ride along EDIC Pier or the MBTA Red Line Station on Broadway & Dorchester.

Located walking-distance to the city’s iconic fishing pier and right around the corner from a variety of waterfront museums, there’s no shortage in how to have fun in the area. Start the day with a view of the bay from Marine Industrial Park, afterward looking forward to activities at The Lawn on D, renowned for a variety of daily events, expos, and concerts perfect for getting to know the area. Those looking for a fresh catch should look forward to the eateries along Seaport Boulevard, home to a variety of getaways that include tours of Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall as well as upscale seafood & steaks from Legal Harborside – keep walking westward to reach other iconic getaways like Fan Pier Park’s view of the skyline and the floating exhibits aboard the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.