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 312 Shirley Street , Winthrop, MA, US, 02152

  • Phone: (617) 539-9466
  • Fax: (617) 846-6781
3.9 out of 5 (98 reviews)
76% of guests recommend this hotel

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»City Water Taxi

City Water Taxi serves the entire Boston Waterfront and is a convenient and enjoyable way to travel along the coast. Tickets for the ride can be booked online or bought on board the ferry. In winter, the boats are covered and heated! You can rely on City Water Taxis to be a comfortable and quick experience.

300 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02196

»Congregation Agudath Shalom

Congregation Agudath Shalom is a historic and active Orthodox Jewish synagogue at 145 Walnut Street in Chelsea, Massachusetts. It was built in 1909, and the congregation was founded in 1887. It is the oldest surviving synagogue in Chelsea having a series of wall and ceiling frescoes painted by Jewish immigrant artists. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on April 16, 1993.

145 Walnut Street
Chelsea, MA 02150

»Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC)

The BCEC is New England's premiere convention and exhibition facility, designed with maximum flexibility and technological innovation in mind. With 1.6 million square feet of space and conveniently close to many forms of transportation, BCEC is the place to book expos and attend them. Also check the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau for info on other venues.

415 Summer Street
Boston, MA 02210

»North End

This old neighborhood is the site of the Old North Church and the Paul Revere House. Located along the Boston waterfront, the North End was the first stop for several waves of immigrants. Italians made it their home in the 1870s. Italian restaurants and pastry shops are crammed into narrow streets, where the smell of garlic and sounds of happy diners fill the air. Hanover and Salem are the two main streets and are often packed with tourists and locals who flock there to chill, relax, and most importantly, shop.

North End
Boston, MA 02113


Boston has a past that is reminiscent of America's glorious history. Being the largest city in the state of Massachusetts, it draws a major influence from its Irish-American residents. Though also comprising of other ethnic communities, it has nurtured a unique cuisine, culture, lifestyle and accent for itself. One of the oldest metros in the United States, Boston caters to all who seek a little fun in historic environs. Some of the interesting places to visit are the Boston Common, Bunker Hill Monument, Boston Children's Museum, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Isabella Gardner Museum, John F. Kennedy Library & Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Faneuil Hall and The Prudential Center.

Boston, MA 02108

»College Bellhop

College Bellhop was started by the alumni of Boston University and Brandeis University, offering cleaning, laundry and food concierge services to students at their college. So if you're looking to tidy up those heaps of clothes on your dorm floor, or restock your fridge with more than just ketchup and a stale hot dog, then call College Bellhop. The service is quick and cheap, and caters to most of your college requirements, except for doing your study assignments.

129 South Street
Boston, MA 02111

»Tremont Temple Baptist Church

The Tremont Temple church is one of the city's largest baptist churches and is an architectural masterpiece. The converse hall at the church is extremely large and can seat around 1800 people but even with its humongous size, the sound and the acoustics are magnificent. A popular venue for various religious events and concerts, the hall is popular amongst the locals of the city. Famous groups such as Anointed have performed here and it is a great place to visit during a trip to Boston. So come by to offer your prayers at this holy sanctity or attend their popular events.

88 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108

»Original Tremont Tearoom

Ever wanted to have your fortune told or get a tarot card reading? You can do both at this Boston institution of ESP near Downtown Crossing. Prices vary depending on the exact services you choose, and tipping is always a good idea but always carry extra cash for additional serves. Trust your instincts when it comes to selecting, as some of the in-house readers at Tremont Tea Room are reportedly better than others.

101Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108

»Old West Church

Old West Church was built on the site of a former church from the 1730s. The existing church was constructed in 1806 based on Asher Benjamin’s Federal style design. For some time , this church was also used as public library, but now is Methodist Church serving the community.

131 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114

»Hyatt Regency Ballroom

Located in the Hyatt Regency Boston, the Hyatt Regency Ballroom is a beautiful event hosting facility. This 5046 square foot place can accommodate up to 700 people depending on the event being held. The ballroom also features an outdoor terrace. The Hyatt Regency Ballroom, with wood panelings, large crystal chandeliers, full-length mirrors and high end services make for an excellent banquet hosting venue.

1 Avenue de Lafayette
Boston, MA 02111

»Dorchester Heights Historic District

Dorchester Heights Historic District is a historic district in South Boston, Massachusetts. It was built in the 19th Century and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in November 01, 2001. Spread over 40 acres (16 hectares), some of the architectural styles on the streetscape include Federal and Greek Revival.

Dorchester Street
Boston, MA 02127

»Dorchester Temple Baptist Church

The Dorchester Temple Baptist Church is located at Boston, Massachusetts. It is also known as African-American Baptist Church and was built in 1889 in the Shingle style by Arthur H. Vinal. The church was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 16, 1998.

670 Washington Street
Boston, MA 02124
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