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A HOTEL OVERLOOKING THE HISTORIC BOSTON COMMON

Looking out over the historic Boston Common from The Ritz-Carlton, it’s hard to imagine that the 50-acre park was once home to herds of grazing cattle and served as a campsite for British troops before the Revolutionary War. The country’s oldest public park and start of the historically important Freedom Trail is just one of the important city sites near the hotel. Guests can explore surrounding neighborhoods including shopping along Back Bay’s Newbury Street and the charming cobblestoned streets of Beacon Hill. Boston’s theater and financial districts are within walking distance, and Cambridge and Cape Cod, MA are among easy day trips.