If you're looking for North End hotels, you'll find three wonderful choices within this small historic neighborhood: the dazzling Fairmont Battery Wharf Hotel, the gorgeous Italian-influenced Bricco Suites, and the nautical Boston Yacht Haven Inn.
***z-google-top-left-336x280.shtml*** The Battery Wharf, one of Boston's newest hotels, exhudes sophistication from its spectacular waterfront location - plus you get all the luxury and pampering you'd expect from a Fairmont hotel.
In contrast, the small Yacht Haven Inn feels more like a comfortable beach house perched on the edge of the Harbor.
And when you stay at Bricco suites, whether you choose a spacious 3-bedroom unit or one of the more compact smaller spaces, you get the feeling of having your own apartment right in the heart of Boston's most iconic neighborhood.
And of course, all three choices give you a top-notch North End location, putting all the Italian and seafood restaurants in this wonderful neighborhood at your fingertips, with TD Garden, Faneuil Marketplace, the New England Aquarium, and other top attractions practically at your doorstep.
You'll also enjoy impeccable service and wonderful onsite dining.
This luxury waterfront hotel overlooks fascinating views of Boston Harbor and is in a prime North End location along HarborWalk.
The 1, 2, and 3-bedroom units feature contemporary Italian design, luxury linens, gorgeous granite kitchen areas, marble baths, polished hardwood floors, and fireplaces. Personalized service ensures a memorable visit, tailored just to you.
Choose one of the suites, complete with kitchen area - or go for the penthouse with its private wrap-around balcony and 180-degree views of Boston Harbor.
You'll want to kick off your shoes, stretch out on one of the deck chairs, and relax with a frosty beverage in your hand.
If you want easy access to the North End but the hotels located within the neighborhood are fully booked, don't worry.
Boston's compact size means you have other nearby choices. You won't sacrifice any convenience, as these alternate hotels are located close to the North End on the Downtown Waterfront, in the West End near TD Garden, and just across the Charles River in Charlestown.
A short walk (less than 10 minutes) takes you to the North End from all these hotels, and each offers you something special. Check out their locations on the map of North End hotels at the end of the page.
The sophisticated Millennium Bostonian Hotel is just across the Rose Kennedy Greenway from the North End.
A 3-minute walk gets you to the North End - but the Millennium also gives you the advantage of being next to Faneuil Hall / Quincy Market, the Freedom Trail, and some of Boston's most historic pubs and other popular nightlife.A combination of luxurious decor, super amenities such as balconies and fireplaces in many rooms, and an unbeatable location makes the Millennium one of Boston's most popular hotels.
The park and an adjacent playground make this upscale hotel a longtime favorite of families traveling with children - plus it's next to the Boston Aquarium and the wharf where local Boston cruises depart, and just across the Greenway from Faneuil Market.
Special events such as the renowned Boston Wine Festival and the summer music and movie series draw back loyal fans again and again. And if you're in Boston for business, the Financial District is just across the Greenway.
The 80-room Boxer Hotel, located in a very cool 19th century historic "flatiron" building in Boston's West End, is all about location.
You're just 3 very short blocks from North End, and TD Garden and lively Faneuil Marketplace are even closer.
Trendy contemporary decor with luxury touches provide a relaxing ambiance for the Boxer's uniquely shaped rooms and suites, which reflect the quirky shape of the building.
If you're looking for a special one-of-a-kind boutique hotel close to the North End as well as some of the best sports bars in the city at your doorstep, look no further!
The 112-room Onyx Hotel, part of the Kimpton Hotel group, is close to the Bulfinch and slightly closer to the North End - but not enough to matter if you're choosing between the two.
Decor, as you can see in the photo, centers around a trendy red, black, and white theme.
When the Celtics and Bruins aren't playing in nearby TD Garden, look for attractive rates!
Walk across a bridge from the waterfront Residence Inn at Tudor Wharf in Charlestown, and you're in the North End. TD Garden is just a few steps away.
You're also close to Charlestown Navy Yard, the USS Constitution, and Bunker Hill.
Suites with kitchenettes, a waterfront location, and an attractive price point make this a favorite with famiies.
The Constitution Inn is a great budget alternative to the Residence Inn.
Located in the Charlestown Navy Yard, the Constitution Inn is only about 2 minutes farther by foot from the North End.
Even better - for just a couple of dollars, take the MBTA water taxi from the Navy Yard to Downtown Boston.
Because this hotel operates as part of the YMCA, it gives you terrific value, access to the Y's Olympic-sized pool, and, due to the Y's is non-profit status, a hotel bill with no sales tax.
The North End offers fascinating waterfront vistas, numerous festivals, historic Freedom Trail sites, and some of the city's favorite restaurants, espresso bars, and nightspots.
When you stay here, you can stroll down Hanover Street and Salem Street, stopping at the delicious bakeries and gelato shops. Or visit the Old North Church, and the magnificent statue of Paul Revere on his horse nearby.
Just a short walk away, you'll find the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Government Center, and the Financial District in Downtown Boston.
Top Boston kids attractions such as the New England Aquarium, the Museum of Science, and Christopher Columbus Park are also nearby. And don't forget about the carousel during warm-weather months on the Greenway.