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Take what you know about Boston—historic sites, good shopping, lots of beans—and toss that straight out the window. Boston, Massachusetts, doesn’t care what anyone thinks of it, which is probably why its off-beat scene is so magnetic.
When you nab yourself a last-minute hotel deal in Boston, you’re putting a little more cash in your pocket for the things that matter, like tickets to unusual shows and souvenirs no one else owns. Buckle up, because Boston has a lot more to offer than bells and beans.
Disco and Shakespeare: There are theaters and then there’s the American Repertory Theater. Productions push the boundaries of what you might expect from a theater show—like a disco interpretation of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” or a pop musical about Henry VIII’s dead wives. With all the money you saved on your last-minute hotel room in Boston, you can see a show every night in nearby Cambridge.
Not Exactly a Bowl of Beans: ArtScience Culture Lab and Cafe takes what you think about fine dining, flips it over, then pours on some black ant pudding. The menu is in a constant state of experimentation. Reservations are recommended, while a sense of adventure is required. It’s less than 2 miles away from downtown, so if you book a hotel in downtown Boston, you won’t be far from crashing in bed with a full belly.
You Still Using Inches? For most people, the concept of inches and feet is enormously confusing. Which is why Boston measures in smoots—well, for the Harvard Bridge, at least. As a fraternity prank in 1958, Oliver Smoot, height 5’7”, laid his body down across the whole bridge and created a measurement of “smoots.” (One smoot equals, of course, 5 feet and 7 inches). Today, you can walk across the bridge and pass the 10 smoots mark, 20 smoots mark, all the way to the 364.4 smoots mark.
Prada in the Bodega: Speakeasys aren’t the only kind of surprises behind a trap door. When you stop into Bodega, you’ll see a door disguised as a soda machine, which leads to a hidden room of luxury clothes for sale. Betcha can’t find Gucci in your neighborhood bodega!
Boston is its own brand of town. It takes expectations and turns them inside out. So what are you waiting for? Whether you’re looking for hotels near Faneuil Hall Marketplace, hotels near Fenway Park, or anywhere in between, you’ll find the unexpected waiting for you. And with a Hotwire Hot Rate, that could mean scoring a 4-star Boston hotel at a 2-star rate.
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