Hot Boston Hotels That Make Your TD Garden Excursion Easy



The TD Garden is located in Boston's West End, home to many happening bars, especially sports bars, restaurants and some great hotels. For those who want to stay as close as they can to the action offered at the Garden be it a Bruins or Celtics game, a concert or even the circus, you can stay within a mile of this venue and easily access it on foot.

Those looking to be part of the post game scene ail want to check into a West End retreat like the chic boutique Boxer Hotel or the swanky Onyx on a nearby side street. You'll be able to enjoy post game fun just steps from your bed and wake ready to cheer on your favorite team again the next day.

If saving a few bucks is important to you, reserve your room at the Marriott Residence Inn Tudor Wharf where a walk over the bridge into Charlestown saves you some dough. Most room rates fall under two hundred/night and a hot breakfast comes included. 

Those looking to stay in upscale luxury may want to venture to the crest of Beacon Hill and make the State House your neighbor for the night at Fifteen Beacon. This centrally located high end hotel offers accommodations that will woo you and and second to none service and is still less than a mile from the TD Garden. 


Millennium Bostonian Hotel sits alongside Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, making it the ideal Financial District location for work and play. Easy access to many eating, drinking and sightseeing venues adds a little down time to your work trip....  Read More


Seated on Boston's HarborWallk, next to the New England Aquarium, and across from the Financial District, is the Marriott Long Wharf. 397 guest rooms and 15 suites come complete with 37" flat screen TVs, wireless high speed Internet and MP3...  Read More


If you want old world charm in the heart of Downtown, then the Omni Parker House is for you! Walking in is like taking a step back in time as the stunningly appointed lobby welcomes guests to check their worries at the door. Take advantage of...  Read More


Ames Boston Hotel
Photo courtesy of Ames Hotel

Opened in 2009, in one of Boston's most special buildings, the city's first skyscraper, is Ames. Ames is a blend of historical charm and modern luxury. Guestrooms are welcome respites from the daily grind (whether it be sightseeing or...  Read More


The Beacon Hill Hotel is known just as much for its Bistro as it is for providing excellent stays. The Beacon Hill Hotel combines modern convenience with historical character in each of its 12 guest rooms. The intimate size of this hotel give...  Read More


Charlestown, MA is just over the bridge form Boston's North End and the Marriott Residence Inn Boston Harbor on Tudor Wharf sits at the gateway to Charlestown. Rates begin under $200/night and last minute specials are often found on their...  Read More


The former Charles Street Jail is the place to stay for those looking to enjoy the best of Boston's nightlife, but also if a downtown location is in order. The Liberty Hotel has one of the coolest bar scenes in the city. With five options for...  Read More


Battery Wharf Hotel

A stunning waterfront stay awaits you at the fairmont Battery Wharf where the North End location lets you easily explore all that Boston has to offer. Enjoy the luxurious guest rooms with spectacular views from one of the 150 available for your...  Read More


The Boxer
Photo courtesy of Richard Mandelkorn from Reagan Communications

A unique boutique hotel, the Boxer makes its home in the famous flatiron building. Complete with architectural details you won't find anywhere else in Boston, like the triangular shape of the structure that gives various rooms quite a different...  Read More


The Onyx Hotel is a boutique retreat in the West End. Steps away from the TD Garden you'll find yourself in the swanky lobby of this four star retreat. Within walking distance to many area attractions, including Faneuil Hall, the Freedom Trail,...  Read More


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