Fenway Park Hotels

Fenway Park hotels offer visitors easy access to one of the highlights of a trip to Boston: the historic ballpark. After spending a day touring Fenway Park, learning about the history of the Red Sox, and attending a game, it is nice to relax at one of hotels near Fenway Park, which range from budget to luxurious. Among the many Fenway Park accommodation options, some of the best budget lodging can be found at the Howard Johnson Fenway Park Hotel, while the four-star Commonwealth Hotel is a more luxurious option.

One of the mainstays of budget Fenway Park accommodation is the Howard Johnson Fenway Park Hotel. The Howard Johnson provides no-frills but comfortable accommodation and is one of the lowest priced Fenway Park hotels, costing sometimes only half as much as the price of other hotels in the area. The Howard Johnson is close to the baseball stadium itself, as well as being conveniently located close to several prominent world-class hospitals, which makes it popular among families who are visiting patients. A free shuttle to and from various hospitals is available. In addition, despite its location next to the stadium, rooms are remarkably quiet. The staff offers excellent, friendly service, and rooms are immaculate and cleaned daily. For guests on a budget, the microwave and mini refrigerator in every room provide an easy means to save money on meals, drinks and snacks while in Boston. A T station located nearby provides access to the rest of the city, and a supermarket and various fast-food outlets are located nearby. For guests out to take in the sights, you can comfortably walk to downtown Boston from the Howard Johnson. All in all, for budget Fenway Park accommodation, the Howard Johnson offers some of the best value in Boston.

For those with a little more money to spend who are looking for hotels near Fenway Park, the four-star Commonwealth Hotel (pictured) may fit the bill. The hotel is within walking of Fenway Park, as well as Newbury and Prudential streets. Many rooms have a great view overlooking Kenmore Square, and for additional convenience, a subway stop is located right underneath the hotel. The hotel itself is elegantly decorated, as befits a luxury hotel of its caliber. Rooms are spacious, modern, and comfortable, and the bathrooms are stocked with bath products from the Fresh brand. The Commonwealth Hotel also features excellent dining, with delicious in-room service, or fine food at the Eastern Standard restaurant. For luxury and great service at a quite reasonable price tag (especially if you find a deal online), the Commonwealth Hotel is one of the best Fenway Park hotels, and guests will certainly leave satisfied with their experience.

There are numerous other chain hotels available in the area, including the Hilton, Holiday Inn, and Mandarin Oriental. In addition, if you're seeking a bed and breakfast, you can consider the Newbury Guesthouse, which boasts 32 rooms decorated in a Victorian style. The array of lodging options in this area make it a great place to stay during any trip to the city, even if you don't plan on attending a Red Sox game. Visitors staying at one of the hotels near Fenway Park will find themselves well-located to explore the attractions of Boston's downtown area, including the Museum of Fine Arts and the theater district.

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