Take some time to relax and indulge in some R&R on your next trip to Boston, Massachusetts.
While you may be tempted to race from one Boston hot spot to another, like cheering on the Red Sox at Fenway Park and dumping tea off replica transports in Boston Harbor, remember to take some time to sit back and relax.
If rest and rejuvenation are high up on your Boston itinerary, you’re in luck. Beantown has a number of activities that don’t involve screaming, running, or leaping out of airplanes. Get used to the quiet majesty of the sea when you visit the New England Aquarium, which features some 20,000 creatures from a variety of oceanic environments. Give your ears a treat of their own when you attend the Boston Symphony Orchestra, which plays in Tanglewood Music Center for the summer and Symphony Hall for the rest of the year. If you’re in the mood to do a little shopping, head to Newbury Street, located in Back Bay. There you’ll find eight blocks of boutiques and restaurants for you to lose yourself in.
No relaxing vacation is complete without a visit (or several) to a Boston spa. If your spa is located inside your hotel, you have the added benefit of a brief commute to and from your treatments. Head down to the spa, or request that the services be performed in your room. Enjoy a body wrap designed to draw the impurities out of your body, or allow a practitioner to do some reflexology on tired hands and feet. Still not feeling entirely rejuvenated? Partake in a hot-stone massage and then a trip to the steam room. Massage therapists often suggest quiet rest and relaxation after a treatment, which means a spa within your hotel is the best of both worlds.
Whether you’re staying for one night or several weeks, Expedia.ca will help you select the best hotel in Bostonfor your purposes. Book a trip with us today and get ready for a massage tomorrow – you’ve earned it.