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Hilton Boston Logan Airport

One Hotel Drive, Boston, Massachusetts, 02128, USA TEL: +1-617-568-6700 FAX: 1-617-568-6800
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Explore Boston's Unique Neighborhoods

Maximize your time in the city using our neighborhood map and tips on how to get around and what to see and do in Boston. The Hilton Boston Logan Airport hotel's Team Members will help you find the best sights, sounds and food.

The North End

Getting Here

The fastest way to the North End is via water taxi . The hotel shuttle departs from the main lobby every 15 minutes to the water taxi dock. Purchase tickets upon boarding and disembark at Battery, Burroughs or Commercial Wharfs to reach Boston's North End.

Travelers who prefer roadways can take the hotel shuttle to the Airport subway station on the Blue Line. Ride the in-bound train to the Aquarium stop; the North End is just a quick walk down Atlantic Ave.

What to do: Discover Italian cuisine

Mangia! Mangia! Boston's Little Italy in the North End serves some of the best authentic Italian dishes. Experience the sights, sounds and aromas of European-American village life via the original Pizzeria Regina, fine dining and quaint cafes.

Walk to eat. Learn how to pick the best olive oil, distinguish between artisan pastas and commercial varieties, and of course sample small tastes of Italian food ingredients with a walking tour.

Downtown

Getting Here

Ride the hotel shuttle to the Airport subway station on the Blue Line and take the in-bound train three stops to State Station.

What to do: Enjoy public parks and shopping

Admire the gardens, promenades, plazas, water features, art, and specialty lighting systems at Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, comprising 15 acres of public parkland. The greenway is home to food trucks and carts, a seasonal carousel and many public events.

Ride one of the famous Swan Boats in the Public Gardens, which has over 600 varieties of trees and an ever-changing array of flowers. Enjoy the shops and restaurants in historic Faneuil Hall or take a guided tour of the Freedom Trail and Old South Meeting House.

Explore the bustling retail shopping district, Downtown Crossing, located at the intersection of Washington, Winter, and Summer Streets.

Theatre District/Chinatown

Getting Here

Let the hotel shuttle take you to the Airport subway station on the Blue Line. Board the in-bound train and ride it for four stops, to the Government Center Station. Transfer to the Green Line Westbound to the Boylston Station stop.

What to do: Theatre productions, Chinatown and dancing

At Tremont Street and Boylston Street, our Guests will find the center for Boston theatre. See Broadway and ballet productions at the Boston Opera House and top headliners at the Citi Performing Arts Center. Discover repertory-company productions at the Majestic or try something different like the Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse.

Boston's Chinatown, which is known for its cuisine, is said to be the third largest Chinatown in the US. Many Chinese establishments share the area with Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, and Malaysian storefronts as well.

The Theatre District/Chinatown area offers a variety of clubs and bars, such as the popular Royale nightclub. Spend the evening dancing and laughing at one of Boston's hottest spots.

Back Bay

Getting Here

Get on the hotel shuttle to the Airport subway station on the Blue Line. Ride the in-bound train four stops to Government Center Station. Transfer to the Green Line Westbound until you reach Copley Station Stop.

What to do: Shop and eat, find history at the library, get a bird's eye view

Wander through Newbury Street and discover eight blocks filled with salons, boutiques, and fabulous dining. One of the premier shopping streets in the US, the Newbury community encompasses fashion, museum quality art, specialty boutiques, business services, fine dining, and more… set in a historical district with a vibrant atmosphere.

Explore over 6 million books, maps and prints, including first edition folios by William Shakespeare and original music scores by Mozart at the Boston Public Library. Take a tour of the library to learn about the art and architecture of the building, or enjoy the daily tea service offered in the Courtyard Restaurant overlooking the historic Italianate courtyard.

The 52th floor of the Prudential Building provides an entirely different perspective of Boston. Admire the beautiful skyline, or head to the skywalk for an informative audio tour of Boston's neighborhoods. Take the elevator down to a bustling shopping center at the Shops at the Prudential, or walk to the sky bridge to the Copley Mall for more upscale shopping options.

Charlestown

Getting Here

Every 15 minutes, the hotel shuttle will take Hilton Boston Logan Airport hotel Guests from the main lobby to the water taxi dock. Enjoy a water taxi ride to the Charlestown Navy Yard to access the city.

The hotel shuttle also transports Guests to the Airport stop on the Blue Line. Take the in-bound train to the State Stop and then switch to the Orange Line (out-bound). Get off the Orange Line at the Community College stop.

What to do: Historic landmarks, more than American dining, sports and tasty beverages

Situated on the banks of Boston Harbor and the Mystic River, Charlestown is now a thriving 21st Century neighborhood. Visit significant landmarks, such as the U.S.S. Constitution, the Bunker Hill Monument and the Navy Yard.

Boston's oldest neighborhood is home to the oldest bar - Warren Tavern. Enjoy traditional American pub food here or at the Navy Yard Bistro and Wine Bar. Dining in Charlestown also includes the wonderful Moroccan Restaurant and Shisha bar Tangierino.

Charlestown is just a short walk from the TD Garden, home to the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics. Causeway Street, which is directly across from the Garden, is home to such sports bars as The Greatest Bar, The Harp and The Fours, and local favorites like Boston Beer Works.

Seaport/Waterfront

Getting Here

The water taxi is the best way to get Boston's most up and coming neighborhood. Ride the hotel shuttle from the main lobby (departs every 15 minutes) to the water taxi. Purchase a ticket and access the Waterfront/Seaport District from the following stops:

  • Barking Crab
  • Moakley Courthouse / Fan Pier
  • World Trade Center East or West
  • Bank of America Pavilion
  • Black Falcon Cruise Terminal

Guest may also utilize the Hilton Boston Logan Airport hotel's sky bridge to walk to terminals A or E, or take the hotel shuttle to the airport. Proceed to the ground level of the airport and follow signs for Ground Transportation. Pick up the Silver Line (SL1) free of charge to points in the Seaport.

What to do: Family attractions, dine on fresh seafood, harbor cruise

Visit the newly renovated New England Aquarium, venture out on a Duck Tour through the city, or take the kids to the Children's Museum. During the warmer months, live shows are available at the Bank of America outdoor concert pavilion. Try something new and take a tour of the Harpoon Brewery.

The Waterfront/Seaport area is home to many Boston restaurants such as Legal - Harborside, which serves fresh seafood with a breathtaking rooftop view of the harbor. Strega Waterfront is authentic North End Italian. Venture into Del Friscos or Mortons for the perfect steak.

Take a dinner cruise around Boston Harbor on the Spirit of Boston or Odyssey Cruises. Whale watches and sightseeing tours leave the wharfs every day as well as ferries to Provincetown on Cape Cod and historic Salem.

Fenway/Kenmore

Getting Here

Take the hotel shuttle to the Blue Line's Airport Stop. Ride the Blue Line in-bound to Government Center and switch to the Green Line (out-bound). Get off at the Kenmore stop. Note: all Green Line trains stop at Kenmore Square except the E train.

What to do: Ballpark tours, college events, upscale cuisine and nightlife

Tickets to a Red Sox game can be hard to get. Guarantee a view of Fenway Park by reserving a daily tour and learn about the history of this famed landmark.

This area is home to Boston University where you can catch a game or show at Agganis Arena. Other nearby colleges include Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Simmons College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Wheelock College.

Find interesting cuisines in one of the many Fenway-Kenmore restaurants. Head over to Eastern Standard for non-traditional dishes such as bacon-wrapped rabbit. Petit Robert Bistro is a favorite for a classic French dishes. For sushi, try Maluken. Dozens of sports bars line Landsdowne and Boylston Streets. The Baseball Tavern and Jerry Remy's Sports Bar have fantastic rooftops open in the spring. Find bowling and billiards late into the evening at Jillian's. Boston's House of Blues features live shows just a stone's throw (or baseball) from Fenway Park.

Beacon Hill

Getting Here

The Hilton Boston Logan Airport shuttle takes Guests to the Blue Line's Airport subway station. From there, take the in-bound train to the Bowdoin stop. Once outside the station, walk down Bowdion Street to Beacon Hill.

What to do: Colonial architecture, historic landmarks, Boston pub of TV fame

Named after the beacon that once stood atop its hill to warn locals of foreign invasion Beacon Hill is one of the oldest Boston communities and is just one square mile. Admire colonial Boston architecture in the brick row houses with beautiful doors, decorative iron work, and the neighborhood's brick sidewalks, narrow streets, and gas-lit street lamps.

Visit the gold-domed Massachusetts State House, America's first African Meeting House along the Black Heritage Trail, or stroll through the Boston Commons and Public Gardens. One of the oldest parks in the country, the gardens are home to the Freedom Trail, Make Way for Ducklings statues and the Frog Pond.

Step into the original Boston pub (formerly known as the Bull & Finch Pub) that inspired the classic television hit series 'Cheers' and whose exterior was featured in the opening sequence.

South End

Getting Here

Utilize the hotel's sky bridge and walk to terminals A or E, or take the hotel shuttle to the airport. Proceed to the ground level and follow the signs for Ground Transportation. Pick up the Silver Line (SL1) free of charge to South Station. Take the Silver Line (SL4 - Dudley Station) seven stops to get off at Washington and Worcester Streets.

What to do: Fine dining, seasonal markets, art galleries

The tree-lined neighborhood attracts a diverse blend of young professionals, families and a vibrant gay and lesbian population. It is also known for some of Boston's finest restaurants.

The SoWa Open Market is open on Sundays from May to October. This outdoor market features an arts/indie crafts section, award-winning farmer's market and food trucks. An indoor vintage market is also close by and is open on Sundays throughout the year.

Explore a thriving arts and cultural scene in the South End with galleries specializing in various mediums from pottery to antiques and contemporary arts.

Cambridge

Getting Here

The hotel's sky bridge connects Guests to terminals A and E, or Guests can utilize the hotel's 24 hour shuttle for easy access to the airport. Proceed to the airport's ground level and follow the signs for Ground Transportation. The Silver Line (SL1) is free of charge and takes Guests to the Red Line at South Station (out-bound). Cambridge is accessible via the Harvard stop.

What to do: Harvard, the Charles River, unique eats, Curious George and more stores

Cambridge is where eclectic energy meets status-quo challenging scholars and cutting-edge technology. Harvard University, Harvard Square and MIT are a few of the icons here. Take a historic walking tour, enjoy a riverboat cruise on the Charles, visit the Harvard Museum of Natural History or plan a stay in October during the annual Head of the Charles Regatta.

Find distinct culinary eats at more than 90 restaurants in Harvard Square and over 500 throughout Cambridge. Many restaurants source local and organic foods, so their menus change daily. Others, like Craigie on Main, are also known for 'nose -to-tail' cuisine, such as crispy-fried pig's tails.

Shop for high-end to made-for-the-masses apparel, local to imported, at a blend of well-known Cambridge stores, such as The GAP and Urban Outfitters, to hidden gems, such as the World's Only Curious George store and vintage consignment shops.