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One of America’s most preeminent destinations, Massachusetts is steeped in American history. It’s capital, Boston, has many famous historical landmarks that include the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Old State House, and the USS Constitution. North of the city, visitors can experience the commonwealth’s industrial heritage at places like the Lowell National Historical Park. A collection of tranquil beachside hamlets line the shoreline of Cape Cod and its accompanying islands out east. And to the west, the lush, sweeping forests of The Berkshires offer a secluded pastoral oasis where visitors may relax in peace.
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Inn on Boltwood
In the heart of New England, where the flourishing luscious maple trees of Amherst Common meets the campus of Amherst College, the historic Inn on Boltwood has been a cherished landmark in the Five Colleges community since 1926. Recently restored, this hotel welcomes its guests to a classic New England setting without sacrificing contemporary comforts.
Fairmont Copley Plaza
Fairmont Copley Plaza has been a landmark in Boston's historic Back Bay since 1912. Constructed on the original site of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, the hotel derives its name from the great American painter John Singleton Copley (1738-1774). The hotel's architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, combined French and Venetian Renaissance influences on the building's facade.
Omni Parker House, Boston
As you pass through the sculpted bronze doors of this historic hotel, you are enveloped in the charm and timeless beauty that have made the Omni Parker House a Boston landmark since 1855.
Relax and unwind at this historic luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Beacon Hill in Boston.
Concord's Colonial Inn
The spirit of the past is vibrantly alive in the historic Concord's Colonial Inn. It was from here the local farmers and militiamen mustered to meet the advancing British troops on that fateful April day in 1775.
Harbor View Hotel of Martha's Vineyard
Over 120 years ago, since its opening in 1891, Harbor View Hotel has been nicknamed the “Grand Dame” of Martha’s Vineyard and introduced a new era for Edgartown and Martha’s Vineyard. With an extraordinary view of Edgartown Harbor from the historic hotel's broad veranda, Harbor View became a summer haven for wealthy New Yorkers visiting the Vineyard.
Crowne Pointe Historic Inn
At the tip of Cape Cod's distinctive tip sits the eclectic village of Provincetown, home to the Crowne Pointe Historic Inn & Spa. Originally established a bustling seaport, Provincetown was once inhabited by a rowdy mix of smugglers, outlaws and raucous mariners.
The Red Lion Inn
Since 1773, The Red Lion Inn has been welcoming travelers to the beauty of the Berkshires with traditional New England hospitality. The inn has hosted five presidents and numerous other notable figures, including Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Cullen Bryant and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Publick House Historic Inn
The Publick House Historic Inn opened in 1771 under the leadership of Colonel Ebenezer Crafts in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. It is now one of New England’s greatest historical inns. In close proximity to Boston, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, the Inn was built after Crafts won the land from a local doctor in a card game.