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     Boston can lay claim to being the birthplace of America.

     The capital of the Massachusetts state and the largest city in New England, Boston played a pivotal role in American independence. From the Boston Tea Party to the Old North Church the starting point of Paul Revere's  famous ride, history is etched in every corner of this city.

     A center of higher education and for medicine there are enough multiple layers to this city to delight any visitor.

     To walk the same streets as revolutionaries or to take the atmosphere at a Boston Red-Sox game look no further than can put you in a Boston hotel at the center of a city where culture and history collides. can offer you the best value for money and find you a hotel in Boston at the best possible price, often lower than hotel rack rates.

     We have detailed information on Boston hotels from photos, maps, and secure reservation forms to help you find what you want, from a cheap Boston hotels through to a stay in the lap of luxury.

Among the reasons to visit Boston are:

- The Freedom Trail follow Paul Revere's path for a glimpse of living American history

- The Harvard campus, one of the United States most esteemed universities, soak up a history of learning that dates back to 1636

- The Red-Sox, the city's baseball team is the one thing that can lead to jubilation among Boston's citizens - alternatively a loss brings a collective crushed spirit among Bostonians

- The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

- The Museum of Fine Arts, features works by French masters Manet and Renoir alongside American painters such as John Singer Sargent, and Edward Hopper.

     Boston is a quintessential tourist destination, from its birth as in 1630 as a colony founded by English Puritans, to it role in the American Revolution in the late 18th century.

     Compact in size Boston can easily be negotiated on foot and is a magnet for art and culture lovers, history buffs, sports fans, shoppers and families alike.

     At you can quickly find Boston hotels near your  favored attraction using our with Boston hotel map. A quick search of hotels listed at is guaranteed to find you the lowest possible prices.

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