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Mid-priced Boston MA Hotels
Offer Much More than You Think

Great mid-priced Boston MA hotels are places you'll be delighted to come back to at the end of an exhausting day . . . or the end of a joyous night.

Running a 5k is hard (at least for me). Celebrations, like, say, weddings, are not. But a night spent laughing, toasting, and shaking your moneymaker to a 14-minute James Brown medley does leave one pooped.

Happily, having booked yourself into one of the several great mid-priced hotels Boston MA has on offer means you're so conveniently located you can walk to it from the reception, pull shut the blackout curtains, collapse into your room's welcoming bed and fall asleep in front of the flat screen – and do it for well south of prices charged by luxury hotels.

A king bedroom in the Sheraton Hotel Boston's North Tower A king bedroom in the Sheraton Hotel Boston's North Tower

And if you're up to it the next day, you can order breakfast in, hit the fitness center for a gentle treadmill version of that 5k, print out your boarding pass in the business center, and be in a shuttle to the airport in no time.

Remember when a mid-priced chain hotel meant busy industrial carpeting, polyester floral bedspreads, tolerable room service and HBO? No more. Mid-priced Boston accommodation is comfortable and efficient, with easy access to the hot spots of Boston tourism and a broad array of amenities that regular travelers won't do without. Their basic rooms have nicer finishes than most places I've lived in!


A guest room at the Boston Marriott Copley Place A guest room at the Boston Marriott Copley Place

Boston MA hotels leave everything you need for a great stay at your finger tips. Forgot your laptop? Enjoy use of the computers in the lobby or business center. Great beds, well-stocked bathrooms, gyms, and business centers, plus a Starbucks likely in near proximity – if not inside the hotel lobby itself.

What else could you ask for?

My top recommendations for mid-priced Boston MA hotels:

Royal Sonesta Hotel
The Sonesta belongs to the category of mid-priced hotels that are upping their game in order to compete with the ever-escalating service and amenities offered by luxury and boutique hotels. And the kind of rarefied, spectacular views of both Boston and Cambridge the Sonesta offers are difficult to find at any price... Click here to read more about the Royal Sonesta

Sheraton Hotel
The Sheraton is a great pick for Boston visitors seeking an immaculate, soothing, fully-loaded room at a competitive price, and in a central location in the heart of Back Bay. It also offers indoor access to Hynes Convention Center and the Prudential Shopping Center ...Click here to read more about the Sheraton

Hilton Back Bay
The Hilton Back Bay is possibly the best value for money of Boston MA hotels in the mid-price/business hotel range. If you're looking for a mid-priced hotel that's super central, with clean, comfortable rooms and very competitive rates, the Hilton Back Bay is a no-brainer...Click here to read more about the Hilton Back Bay

Marriott Copley Place
The Boston Marriott Copley Place is right at the city's epicenter and is probably not a hotel for shy retiring types. If you are a Garbo sort who wants to be alone, or a mega-celebrity seeking maximum privacy, go elsewhere, because this Marriot is for visitors who want to be right in the heart of the action...Click here to read more about the Marriott Copley Place

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The Radisson Hotel Boston is the only mid-priced hotel in town that can offer a Downtown/Financial District location with easy walking access to important cultural and business destinations and a private balcony on which to reflect on your adventures . . . or enjoy room service, or work, or just get some fresh air...Click here to read more about the Radisson


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