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College tours in Boston

Posted by Inn at St. Botolph on Mar 31, 2017 4:07:50 PM

(Boston University tour group - photo by @bostonu)

Looking for a Boston hotel that’s convenient for college tours? The Inn at St. Botolph is the perfect home base. Spring is an ideal time for prospective college students to tour colleges and universities around Boston. The mild temperatures make for comfortable conditions, while you’re strolling school campuses and taking walking tours. The Inn is located in the heart of the city and is convenient to many schools in the area.
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Inspiration for a Fall Trip to Boston

Posted by Inn at St. Botolph on Oct 14, 2016 2:57:43 PM

photo by @brianmcw

There’s so much to love about Boston in the fall season. If you have an upcoming trip to the city, we recommend doing some research ahead of time and getting inspired. Today we’re sharing three of our favorite local Instagrammers to help you get excited for your visit! We love to see images from them pop up in our daily feed and we recommend giving each of them a follow. Scroll down to see some of their shots of Boston in its autumnal glory!

1. @brianmcw

Brian of the instagram handle, @brianmcw takes images during his morning walks to work. He beautifully captures the soul of the city in everyday scenes of residents going about their routines. We especially love his shots of Bostonians in action (called a #strideby) and his “door portraits” (#doortraits). He’s rapidly built a large following, and it’s easy to see why!

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What to Wear in Boston for Fall

Posted by Inn at St. Botolph on Sep 12, 2016 10:07:16 AM

In Boston we have a distinct fall season. Starting at the end of September and early October, you can feel a chill in the air and see leaves on the trees starting to turn. As the temperatures drop, you’ll want to be prepared with plenty of layers. While temperatures typically range between 46°F (8°C) and 61°C (16°C) during the fall season, New England weather can be unpredictable. Your best bet is to be prepared for a variety of scenarios. To help you with packing for your Boston trip, we’ve put together some tips as well as a sample packing list!

1. Keep it classic.
To fit in with the locals, we recommend including some classic pieces in your trip wardrobe. Bostonians dress somewhat conservatively and favor neutral colors and timeless staples. Key pieces like striped shirts, a classic tan trench coat will help you look like a local. If traveling for business, we recommend dresses for women and suits for men in neutral colors, like black, gray, navy and tan. If you’re here for vacation, a pair of well fitting jeans and comfortable t-shirt will serve you well! Jewelry and accessories are an easy way to dress up any outfit (and won’t take up much room in your suitcase).
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The Inn at St. Botolph

Live like a local in a historic Boston brownstone.

The Inn @ St Botolph is Boston’s affordable luxury hotel. Situated in the prominent Back Bay neighborhood it offers understated contemporary interiors graced with traditional styling and comfort. It’s the perfect destination for professionals on extended stay or families desiring the intimacy of a private residence dressed up with refreshingly customized services.

 The Inn @ St Botolph offers affordable luxury with edited services.

  • Furnished kitchenettes will full size refrigerators
  • State-of-the-art fitness center
  • Video intercom to talk to visitors at the front door
  • Internet access and in-room iPod docs
  • iMac business center
  • Free continental breakfast with espresso
  • Daily housekeeping & self-serve laundry
  • ...and lots more! 

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