Revel in the deep-rooted history of Boston while staying at a 4-star downtown hotel for $153 (US$149) per night -- up to 60% off spring rates.
Check in for $153 (US$149) per night at the Omni Parker House in an upgraded Deluxe Room, twice the size of a standard room. Stay through March, including St. Patrick's Day, or travel in spring for $163 (US$159) per night April 1 - June 3.
Upgrade again to an Executive Room with a separate sitting area and pull-out couch for $31 (US$30) more per night over either travel period.
An eclectic history defines the Omni Parker House, the longest continuously operated hotel in America. Literary greats like Dickens, Longfellow, Emerson and Hawthorne often gathered in Parker’s Bar. President John F. Kennedy proposed to Jackie O at the hotel. The eponymous dessert of the city, Boston cream pie, was invented here.
Located along Boston's iconic Freedom Trail, the hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from Quincy Market, Boston Common and Beacon Hill.
Not available on: March 9-11, 21-23; April 12-15, 19-23; May 17-22
Travelzoo Tip: Cheer the Red Sox on as they knock home runs over the Green Monster. Opening day at Fenway Park, America's oldest ballpark, is on Monday, April 8.