Book Now

Boston Fall Actives

You don’t want to miss out on the fall season in Boston! Here is our list of things to do in Boston in November. The city’s autumn scenery will create colorful and unforgettable memories for your gateways. And the XVB team wants to share some of our most favorite things to experience during this time.

Enjoying the breathtaking fall foliage!

The leaves start turning to the warmer palette from late September through early November, it puts a magical show while you take a walk along the city’s Freedom Trail, Boston Public Garden, and Boston Common. On warmer days, it’s great to visit Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace, The Public Garden, and the historic Acorn Street, located nearby XV Beacon. And on a cooler day, we recommend to explore the magnificent indoor courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Exploring the outdoors.

As one of America’s great walking cities, Boston has so much fun outdoor activities! The locals here enjoy strolling along the Boston Harbor Walk or biking along the Charles River Esplanade to enjoy the magnificent views of Boston Harbor. We also enjoy recreational activities in places like Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, Lawn on D, and Arnold Arboretum.

For a greater Boston region, we suggest to take your family on a quick road trip to visit the Minute Man National Historical Park in Lincoln! This trip will take you through beautiful scenery and also the flash point of early years of the American Revolution.

We can’t wait to share these amazing adventures with you and your loved ones. Book one of our luxury offers to enjoy the beautiful Boston autumn now!

Gay Pride Statue for our Drag me to Brunch Package Promo

June is Pride Month

XV Beacon LGBTQIA+ History Timeline   Massachusetts is known for being incredibly LGBT friendly and acts as a queer destination to many. As you walk through the city,  it is clear that Boston boasts a LGBT friendly atmosphere. Boston has recognized same-sex equality long before marriage was legalized in the 2000s. The original march was…

Read the Article
One of our many historic pieces of art that is in statue form and is showcased throughout the hotel.


HERE AT XV BEACON, WE WANTED TO SHARE BOSTON FUN FACTS ABOUT OUR AMAZING CITY! DID YOU KNOW? Boston is home to the oldest public park in the U.S. The City of Boston founded on September 7, 1630 The city’s nickname is Beantown due to the popularity of the baked beans in molasses among it’s early residents….

Read the Article