This 1 bedroom apartment in the lively neighborhood of Beacon Hill, Boston sleeps 3 guests. The 426sqft apartment has 1 double beds, 1 sofa beds, and 1 bathrooms Enjoy fast internet access with complimentary WiFi. For your convenience, the apartment is equipped with amenities like Bed Linen & Towels, Kitchen, Wireless Internet, Internet, Cable TV, TV, Washing Machine, Elevator, Doorman, and Outdoor Space Extra guests will be charged US$ 25/guest. US$ 1000 security deposit will be collected upon check-in and returned upon check-out. Check in: 12:00 Check out: 11:00 Please inform the host your estimated arrival time to ensure a smooth check-in process. Pets are not allowed in the apartment Smoking is not allowed in the apartment About Beacon Hill Holding a proud reputation as the richest area of Boston, Beacon Hill is a largely residential neighborhood. Home to graceful brownstone houses (now the city’s most exclusive residences) and the gold-domed Massachusetts State House, this wealthy enclave also houses U.S. senators, businessmen and their families. A visit to the Nichols House Museum here offers a glimpse of life back in the 19th and early 20th century. The 1804 townhouse still maintains in its possession its original fittings, furnishings and art.
Stroll along Charles Street for delightful vintage shopping or a sumptuous lunch in one of the many charming restaurants here (locals love the Paramount located on 44 Charles Street). Step back into history and walk the Black Heritage Trail to explore the city’s historic sites like the 1806 African Meeting House, the 54th Regiment Memorial and pre-Civil War structures. As one of Boston’s oldest communities, Beacon Hill is a page out of American history. While it retains its past beautifully with red-brick houses, cobblestone streets and antique stores, this neighborhood lives very well in the present. Its streets are bike and stroller-friendly (a bonus for young families in the area). Green spaces like the Boston Common offer Beacon Hill residents a chance to relax, play and enjoy the outdoors. The combination of Beacon Hill’s historical past and its lively, charming present makes it one of the most attractive neighborhoods in Boston.