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Old 01-30-2011, 02:44 PM
 
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I am planning to visit Boston soon. However, I am not sure which suburb would be best to try to find a hotel. The hotels in the city aren't in my price range, but I also want to find a hotel that would be near public transportation. Anyone live in Boston or familiar enough with the area to give suggestions?


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Cambridge, Newton, Waltham, Brookline, Quincy are some that come to mind and are all along the T line/bus routes/commuter rails.
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Though a little walk from the commuter rail line and other transportation, I HIGHLY recommend Crescent Suites in Waltham. I've stayed there several time while visiting my sister. It's really reasonably priced, fabulous breakfast. LOVE that place. I'm sure there are places closer to public, but needed to give them a shout-out.
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I've stayed at the Doubletree Suites on Soldiers Field Road-technically Boston. The price was good a couple of years ago and because it is a suite with a pullout coach in the living room you can sleep more people in a room. Check Expedia or Priceline for deals-you'll see so much more if you stay in the city.
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yay Boston!
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Boston is amazing! I hope you love it here when you come! I would also suggest Quincy or Brookline. There is a Holiday Inn on Beacon Street which is technically in Brookline, but is super close to the T (the train) and just stops away from the best sites in Boston. Quincy is a bit further away, but still very accesible via T. There is a Marriot in Quincy that is nice.
If you need any suggestions for things to do while here, pm me!


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