Conferences in Boston – a city of contrasts

Is your meeting or conference taking place in Boston? Are you on the hunt for an event venue or suitable conference hotel in one of the United States' oldest cities? Read more

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Courtyard Boston Logan Airport

Conference rooms:
3
Rooms:
346

Marriott Courtyard Boston Logan is the perfect destination when visiting and exploring Greater Boston. Conveniently located only one mile from Logan International Airport, … read more 



Courtyard Boston-South Boston

Conference rooms:
1
Rooms:
161

Hotel offers Shuttle service to and from Logan Airport for an additional fee of $5.00 per person each way. **GPS USERS USE (7 ALLSTATE ROAD, BOSTON MA 02125). The South … read more 



Marriott Boston Copley Place

Conference rooms:
47
Rooms:
1098

The award-winning Boston Marriott Copley Place hotel is centrally located in the historic Back Bay district of Boston, MA. Minutes away from historic Trinity Church and … read more 



Fairfield Inn & Suites Boston North

Conference rooms:
3
Rooms:
143

Let the Boston North Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott keep you cool this summer. We are located three miles from historic Revere Beach where the New England Sand Sculpting … read more 



The Ritz-Carlton Boston Common

Conference rooms:
10
Rooms:
193

Few American cities are as rich in history, culture and tradition as Boston, a cradle of liberty that still rocks to the rhythm of forward-thinking academics, contemporary … read more 



Marriott Boston Newton

Conference rooms:
26
Rooms:
430

Spend a refreshing night in our newly renovated guest rooms and suites at Boston Marriott Newton. Our hotel is located on Charles River close to popular attractions including … read more 



Courtyard Boston Waltham

Conference rooms:
1
Rooms:
117

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Courtyard Boston Woburn/Boston North

Conference rooms:
6
Rooms:
186

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What to do in Boston?

Boston, the arguably most storied city on the East Coast of the United States, offers historic sights, landmarks and tourist attractions aplenty. One of them is the famous Freedom Trail. This around 5-kilometre-long, red-lined trail leads you straight through the city streets and connects the most important sights. So why not get to know Boston on foot? Start at Boston Common, the centrally located park with the grand Massachusetts State House, the governor's residence. Walk past churches, cemeteries and chapels to the harbour. From there, the trail continues to Boston's old city hall, the Old State House passing 16 buildings, landmarks and historic sights. Over the Charles River to Charlestown and to the Bunker Hill Monument. Commemorating the most important battle at the start of the American War of Independence.

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