A stay at The Omni Parker House Hotel in Boston comes with bragging rights. Putting your head on one of their perfectly fluffed pillows in their pristine guest rooms means you've spent the night in America’s oldest continually operating hotel. History was made within these walls, when the Boston Cream Pie was born (don't worry, it is still served at Parker's Restaurant), and since then many have attempted to replicate what the Omni Parker House created, none fully measuring up to the original.
Don't let this historical hotel fool you, it is quite the posh place to put your belongings. Rooms are very well appointed and range from your standard hotel rooms to economy petites for the single traveler to save some money while still staying in luxury, to suites to suit your needs (like the Freedom Trail Suite designed with families in mind). One thing every room here has in common is their modern updates and availability of endless hotel amenities that add a little something special to your stay.
Top of your stay at this little piece of the past with a tour of Boston's other historical sites, made easy from its Freedom Trail location, and you are sure to have one winning vacation.Photo courtesy of Omni Parker House