New England in the summertime is a quintessential American experience. Located in the heart of downtown, Four Seasons Hotel Boston is the perfect place to enjoy New England’s gateway city.
STEP BACK IN TIME AT THE FREEDOM TRAIL
The beginning of Boston’s iconic Freedom Trail is steps from our door in the Boston Common. View the collection of historical sites that formed the foundation of the United States. Our concierge team can help you arrange a private tour that you and your family will never forget. Enhance this captivating getaway with 100 USD food and beverage credit when you book our Experience More package.
Fourth of July in Boston
Boston is the ultimate destination for an immersive, historic Fourth of July experience. From a public reading of the Declaration of Independence at the original State House to an incredible firework spectacular, there is something for every age. Make the most of the long weekend with our Third Night Free package. Take advantage of 15% off rates when you make an advanced purchase.
Summer is the perfect time for you and your future graduate to plan for the next chapter. New England is home to top colleges and universities, and Four Seasons Hotel Boston puts them right at your fingertips. Our concierge team can help make your college visits feel seamless by setting up with private transportation and arranging tours for you.
GATEWAY TO NEW ENGLAND
Boston is known for being the “Gateway City” to New England, offering easy access to iconic summer destinations. It is the perfect stop before or after a vacation to anywhere from Cape Cod to Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket to Newport! If you’re looking to explore the Atlantic without travelling, we suggest a boat cruise to the Boston Harbor Islands. Leave your car and jet to the island with our Park and Stay package.
Don’t miss the 2018 World Series Champions this summer! Known for being "America’s Most Beloved Ballpark," Fenway Park is famously historic and charming. Whether you’re catching a game or getting a private tour, Fenway Park is a must-see site in Boston.