Winter in Boston is a magical experience; from a stroll across the frosted Public Gardens to holiday shopping on Newbury Street, the festive season comes alive in Boston.
Make Revolution Hotel your home this holiday season. The stylish and affordable hotel sits in the heart of the lively South End and offers a warm welcome to visitors during the winter months. From the Revolution loft suites to triples, quads, bath-in room and bath down the hall options, the urban sanctuary offers stylish accommodations at a solid value. In the lobby, guests can enjoy Kohi Coffee Co., a walk-up coffee shop originating in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The hotel also features the lively Cósmica, a Cal-Mex restaurant serving dinner, Saturday brunch and a late-night menu until midnight.
Revolution Hotel is the perfect home base for experiencing all winter in Boston has to offer. See Fashioned by Sargent, the blockbuster exhibit of John Singer Sargent’s portraits of 19th-century society figures at Museum of Fine Arts. Music lovers should check out the Baroque Christmas concert with Handel + Hayden Society at Jordan Hall or the Boston Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker at The Boston Opera House.
Don’t miss out on South End’s eighth annual SoWa Winter Festival, bringing more than 100 of the region’s best small businesses to sell everything from specialty food to arts and crafts, accompanied by live music at SoWa Power Station.
As America’s greatest walking city, even in the winter, travelers are encouraged to explore the beautifully decorated brownstones, Public Gardens and Boston Commons. Travelers can also go ice skating on the Boston Common Frog, explore the Freedom Trail and join The Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll on Dec. 7 to explore the picturesque neighborhood and do some shopping.
On New Year’s Eve, ring in 2024 at Boston’s First Night. Festivities include a parade, ice sculptures, entertainment and musical performances, light displays, and a fireworks display at midnight over Boston Harbor.
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Filled with hidden treasures waiting to be discovered, Seoul invites travelers to unearth its many gems, and Seoul Tourism Organization is here to help travelers do just that. Through thoughtfully created initiatives like the Theme Tourism County Competition, Seoul Tourism Organization works closely with local districts to identify and showcase what makes each district unique and charming in all seasons.
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