Revel in the deep-rooted history of Boston while staying at a 4-star downtown hotel for $185 per night this summer, and save more than 50% when compared with similar hotels.
Check in at the Omni Parker House, June 21-27 or July 4 - Sept. 7, including Fourth of July, and stay in an upgraded Deluxe Room which is twice the size of a standard room.
Stays June 28 - July 3 are also discounted at $129 per night, or $149 per night with coveted overnight valet parking ($40 value).
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. Red Sox fans can catch one of nearly 30 home games at Fenway Park over this deal's travel period.
This deal is not available on: June 24-26; July 15-20.
Note: Saturdays require a two-night minimum stay.
Travelzoo Tip: Take a tall ship cruise on Boston Harbor, including a food and drink credit, for $35 with this local deal.