Retreat, refresh & revive.
Yes, Ames Boston puts you at the doorstep of so much to see and do, but it’s really about you. This staycation in the middle of your adventurous vacation keeps your commute to a minimum and maximizes relaxation, right here, as you dine and then dash-ish to the room for a massage and sweet dreams.
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Are you craving your next off-shore adventure?
Surrounded by the beautiful Charles River and Boston Harbor, the gateway to the ocean, Boston is a playground for adventurers. Sailing, rowing, or stand-up paddle boarding up and down the Charles offers scenic views of the Boston skyline and nearby Cambridge, while tour boats departing from the harbor take you out to Massachusetts Bay for some of the country’s best whale watching. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, our experience can even include a helicopter tour, providing you with breathtaking bird’s-eye views of Boston and its neighboring islands. Package includes:
- WELCOME AMENITY
- PREMIUM OR SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS
- INCLUDES A CHOICE OF TWO OF THE FOLLOWING ACTIVITIES FOR TWO GUESTS: ROWING ON THE CHARLES, SAILING, WHALE WATCH TOUR, STAND-UP PADDLE BOARDING, SCUBA DIVING
- Add on adventure - HELICOPTER TOUR (ADDITIONAL FEES APPLY)
All rates are subject to hotel availability for stays through October 18, 2018; rate does not include taxes, gratuities or other incidental charges; certain length of stay restrictions may apply. Early departure fee may apply. This offer may not be combined with any other discounts or offers. If you are not interested in making this reservation online, please call our Internet Customer Center at 1-800-774-1500 or click here for a complete list of Hilton Reservations Worldwide phone numbers. Please request plan code "P6".
When it comes to the great outdoors, downtown Boston offers plenty of opportunity for urban adventure. Once spring and summer arrive, there’s nothing quite like a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, which is not only one of baseball’s most beautiful parks, but also the oldest. As the oldest public park in the country, Boston Common has been inviting locals to escape the concrete confines of the city since 1830. Throughout its 50 leafy acres you’ll find everything from walking, running, and biking trails to horse-drawn carriage rides and ice skating on Frog Pond. Nearby, the Boston Public Garden features tranquil paths winding by stone fountains, lush plants and flowers, and Swan Boat rides gliding across on the lagoon. Stroll along the Rose Kennedy Greenway and jump on the carousel where you will ride atop animals indigenous to Massachusetts. There is an abundance of additional outdoor activities to enjoy throughout Boston’s four seasons.