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All-Inclusive Hotels and Accommodations in Boston
Finding the right all-inclusive accommodation for your vacation in Boston has never been so simple, and with the vast amount of choices on our site you won’t be disappointed. The closest major airport is in Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.), which is located 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from the city center. Boston is known for its culture and landmarks, and offers a host of things to see and do such as USS Constitution Museum and Harvard Square. View our choice of all-inclusive hotel rooms where you can enjoy a range of amenities like entertainment, kid's clubs, and of course food and beverages all included in the price. Many of our all-inclusive hotels also feature activities such as golf, yoga, water sports, and more, which you can enjoy without any additional cost. Expedia even has hotels with all-inclusive rooms and we have a varied list to choose from. If you have a few hotels in mind but need a little more time, you can save them to your favorites, so you don’t lose track of the best options for your vacation. From resorts to all-inclusive rooms, Expedia has it all, and it’s just a click away.
Planning Your Trip to Boston
If you're curious about the best time to visit Boston, here is a summary of the weather throughout the year:
- Hottest months: July, August, June, and September, with an average temperature of 80°F
- Coldest months: January, February, December, and November, with an average temperature of 25°F
- Driest months: February, January, August, and July, with an average rainfall of 3.35 inches
- Rainiest months: November, October, December, and April, with an average rainfall of 3.86 inches
Sightseeing In and Around Boston
Venture out to USS Constitution Museum and Harvard Square, and see why travelers like the culture and landmarks in Boston. Other favorite attractions include Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston Common, and TD Garden.
Boston is also known for its:
- University life
Getting Around Boston
With so many choices for transportation, seeing Boston is easy. You can walk to nearby metro stations including Government Center Station, State St. Station, and Bowdoin Station. If you want to see more of the area, hop aboard a train from Boston North Station, Boston South Station, or Boston-Back Bay Station.