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    XV Beacon Come Sail Away Summer Experience

    Picture this: You and your loved one(s) are cuddled up on the bow of a 100 year old majestic Friendship sloop. The wind is skipping over the bow while the two of you share a bottle of Krug. The view is breathtaking, the stars are out to play and you can hear the waves gently…

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    Luck of the Irish at XV Beacon

    On March 17, Boston goes green for St. Patrick’s Day, celebrating Irish history around the city and sharing a few pints and laughs with friends. XV Beacon celebrates everything Irish this March with its Luck O’ The Irish Package , complete with cocktails and an overnight stay. Check into XV Beacon Boston now for stays March…

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    Looking for fun things to do in Boston in February?

    February in Boston often brings a mixture of bright and sunny almost-warm days, and cold snowy periods – plus everything in between.   It’s a wonderful time of the year to walk around with a camera and photograph all your favorite spots without tree leaves hiding them. If you’re planning what to do in Boston in…

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  • Boston summer fun at XV Beacon

    It’s officially summer in Boston. School’s out, the Greenway is packed with seasonal activities, and the Red Sox have made their way back to Fenway Park. At XV Beacon, we’re celebrating everything that summer brings to the city. Here’s a list of our favorite Boston summer activities: A day on the Greenway: The Rose Kennedy…

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  • Boston’s Best Winter Activities

    When snow falls on Boston and the cold weather settles in the air, the city turns into a magical winter wonderland adorned with twinkle lights and gas lamps. While the chill in the air may seem frightful, our bundled up guests know that Boston has a lot to offer during the holiday season. If you’re…

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  • Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll

    Enjoy some holiday spirit on historic Beacon Hill. The annual Beacon Hill Holiday Stroll, sponsored by the Beacon Hill Business Association, takes place Dec. 8 from 6-9pm, and includes a look at some of the most glorious holiday lights, carol singers and pictures with Santa. The evening’s main attraction – neighborhood tree lighting – happens…

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  • See, Skate and Shop at Boston Holiday Markets

    ‘Tis the season for giving, getting and gifting, and this year Boston is going all out to help you find the perfect gift for that one-of-a-kind person. If you’ll be visiting Boston this winter, prepare yourself for a winter wonderland of activity. Capture the spirit of the season at the SoWa 11th Annual Holiday Market,…

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  • Halloween on Beacon Hill

    When the pumpkins are lit and the moon hangs high in the sky, you know it’s time to keep a watchful eye out for the ghosts, ghouls and goblins that appear in the dark of night. It’s October, and there’s only one place to be to celebrate Halloween in Boston: XV Beacon Hotel. Perched on…

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  • Best Fall Activities In Boston

    Fall in Boston is one of the most talked about travel seasons. Soak in the crisp air, watch the leaves turn shades of crimson and gold, and enjoy some of the best seasonal festivals Boston has to offer. If you’re booking Boston fall travel, we’ve got some great activities to add to your itinerary. Get spooked!…

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  • Boston Fall Travel: Fall Into Fifteen Beacon

    No 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…

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