A Walk Around Boston

Some blogs use Wednesdays for #WordlessWednesday and we thought today was the perfect opportunity to share our excitement and passion for opening a hotel in the great city of Boston.  To that, here’s a (nearly) #WordlessWednesday post highlighting the beautiful landmarks that make Boston a most desirable place to visit.

Walk around with us and see some of the great spots in Boston, including:

George Washington statue is on the west side of Boston Public Garden.

George Washington statue is on the west side of Boston Public Garden.

 

At the corner of Washington and State streets, you'll see the Old State House, which is a historic building in Boston.

At the corner of Washington and State streets, you’ll see the Old State House, which is a historic building in Boston.

 

Faneuil Hall - a must visit with seemingly endless spots to eat, street performers and more.

The sun shining on Faneuil Hall – a must visit with seemingly endless spots to eat, street performers and more.

 

Right near Faneuil Hall is Quincy Market, which is named in honor of Mayor Josiah Quincy.

Right next to Faneuil Hall is Quincy Market, which is named in honor of Mayor Josiah Quincy.

 

Complete your visit in Boston with fresh lobster or oysters. This spot is conveniently located near Faneuil Hall Marketplace however there are countless great spots throughout the city to try out.

Complete your visit in Boston with fresh lobster or oysters. This spot is conveniently located inside Quincy Market, however there are countless great spots throughout the city to try out.

Local Bostonians, what are your favorite spots to take visitors?

We’re looking forward to opening this November.