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Boston Fall Travel: Fall Into Fifteen Beacon

charles-river-fall-foliage-600x399No place does the changing seasons quite like New England. As the leaves turn and the air crisps, fall travel to Boston builds. Whether you’re here to explore the changing colors or only have time to view the leaves from your hotel room, XV Beacon is the ideal setting for Boston fall travel.

Just steps from our Beacon Hill luxury hotel is the Boston Public Garden and Boston Gardens, where the colors are at their most beautiful this season. Stroll along the city’s Freedom Trail or shop in Faneuil Hall Marketplace, all thanks to the Fall Into Fifteen room package from XV Beacon.

For stays September 22 through December 20, 2016*, you’ll enjoy:

  • 15% off our best available rate per night if you book 3 nights or more
  • Upgrade on arrival (based on availability)

Book now and enjoy rates starting from $420.

Have some free time while you’re in town? Consult with our concierge to arrange a fall exploration day for you and your travel companions. From daytime activities to dining out, our concierge can help create an itinerary that fits all your Boston travel needs.

*Package based on availability and blackout dates may apply. Promotion not combinable with any other offers.

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