This trip to Boston has it all – eco-minded luxury in an incredible historic city, an ideal location right on the Boston Harbor, and a hop-on hop-off trolley tour so you can see the most iconic sights! The Hyatt Boston Harbor features breathtaking views of the beautiful city skyline and is the most environmentally-friendly waterfront hotel in Boston. Featuring soundproof guestrooms, stunning harbor and city views, and outstanding gourmet dining options, you’ll experience Boston the best way possible.

Stay in a grand, eco-friendly hotel on the Boston Harbor’s edge. Demonstrating a commitment to the environment with its ENERGY STAR certification and Green Business Award, the Hyatt Boston Harbor is one of the top luxury hotels in Boston. This hotel boasts an exceptional location that puts you right along the historic waterfront with easy access to top city attractions via water taxi, in addition to close proximity to the airport with complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle. As a guest at the Hyatt, you’ll appreciate the intimate setting and unique boutique style, coupled with Hyatt’s premier service and accommodations.

Take advantage of the hotel’s location with a scenic boat cruise from the back dock of this waterfront hotel! For sightseeing or romance, the harbor dinner cruises pair a special ambiance with spectacular views of historic Boston, ensuring you a memorable evening. Take the free shuttle directly to convenient public transit, or ride in style on a private water taxi to Boston’s historic North End. Explore Boston’s famous tourist attractions, including Faneuil Hall, Quincy Marketplace, Boston Public Garden, New England Aquarium, Charlestown and the USS Constitution, all located near this luxurious Boston Harbor Hotel.

While your hotel claims the ideal location, your one-day Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour is the best way to explore Boston at your own pace. You’ll be able to discover the city at your leisure, and see twenty of the most popular sights, such as the Old State House Museum, Boston’s preeminent historical museum. The museum’s collection includes authentic artifacts chronicling Boston’s history, all housed within the oldest surviving public building in Boston. Other stops on the tour include Liberty Wharf, Fenway Park, Charles Street, the Boston Tea Party ships and museum, and over a dozen more!

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Get back to basics with a getaway to Cape Cod, the easternmost point of Massachusetts that juts into the Atlantic ocean. With seaside towns dotting the gorgeous coast, stunning beaches, world-class golf, summer theater, whale watching, and a close-up look at American history, it’s no wonder travelers return to Cape Cod year after year. Relax for a few days in your choice of Hyannis, Sandwich or Plymouth, three destinations that will delight, charm and inspire you!

Considered by New Englanders to be the hub and heart of Cape Cod, Hyannis is known internationally as the All-American City. It’s where you’ll find the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, delectable fish shacks and award-winning restaurants, world-class beaches, the island ferries, countless outdoor activities and Cape Cod’s most unique shopping. The Cape Codder Resort and Spa offers comfortable Cape Cod lodging, romantic dining and fun amenities, including an amazing Indoor Wave Pool and new Heated Outdoor Pool. If you wish to explore Cape Cod, the resort’s central location puts you in the heart of it all! Stroll the rolling sand dunes and take in the crisp ocean air at one of the many area beaches, drive along scenic roads and discover unique gift and antique shops, venture out to the open seas for a whale watch or harbor cruise, or shop until you drop along Main Street!

Or spend a few days in the oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich, which is set on the eastern end. Settled in 1637 this town has earned a reputation for beautiful glassware, which you can find in the numerous boutiques and shops. You’ll stay at the Dan’l Webster Inn and Spa, one of the “Distinguished Inns of North America” by Select Registry, which has offered lodging for over 300 years. You’ll be treated to a combination of the romance of the past and today’s conveniences, with canopy and four-poster beds, fireplaces, oversized whirlpool tubs, heated tile floors and the exclusive Suite Dreams Experience providing pampering amenities.

America’s hometown of Plymouth, where New England was first established in 1620, is a unique American destination where the 400 year-old past and modern present meet. You’ll find inspiration as you walk in the footsteps of the Native Americans and Pilgrims. Located in the heart of Historic Plymouth, the John Carver Inn and Spa is just a short walk to all attractions, shopping and the breathtaking waterfront. The boutique hotel boasts colonial charm and hospitality combined with contemporary comforts and conveniences. The exclusive Pilgrim Cove Indoor Theme Pool is fun for all with an 80-foot water slide, waterfalls, soothing Jacuzzi set amidst a replica of Plymouth Rock, lap lanes and fitness room – there’s something for everyone!

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The Fairmont Copley Plaza has been a symbol of Boston’s rich history and elegance since its gala opening in 1912, and for more than nine decades the hotel has stood as a symbol of Boston’s culture and tradition of hospitality. Steps away from historic Beacon Hill, Copley Place, the boutiques of Newbury Street and the Hynes Convention Center, The Fairmont provides an authentic Boston experience. Take a walk through antiquity on the Freedom Trail, experience the inspiration of the Museum of Fine Arts, and then get a true taste of the savory and smooth flavors of Boston on one of two decadent tours!

Located in historic Back Bay, The Fairmont Copley Plaza is Boston’s most celebrated address, and offers a variety of services to meet each guest’s every need. Delight in some of the finest steaks, chops and Atlantic seafood in Boston at The Fairmont Copley Plaza’s award-winning restaurant. Rich with heritage, The Fairmont Copley Plaza epitomizes the culture and traditions of Boston in every aspect of its Renaissance splendor. This historic hotel delivers the highest level of service to the most discerning travelers.

From mouth-watering cuisine to the many varietals of wine, take your pick of these delightful walking tours! Boston?s South End Walking Food Tour guides you through the rich history and vibrant culinary scene of Boston?s historic South End. Taste local favorites from six eateries, including award-winning pizza, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam. The Wine Tasting and Walking Tour will take you through city neighborhoods and premium wine destinations on one of four fantastic tours. The North End Wine Tour offers an authentic Italian experience, and the Back Bay Wine Tour takes you through the posh district of Boston. Explore the city’s history and culture on the South End Wine Tour, and savor VIP tastings at select wine destinations in Harvard Square.

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The Fairmont Copley Plaza has been a symbol of Boston’s rich history and elegance since its gala opening in 1912, and for more than nine decades the hotel has stood as a landmark and symbol of Boston?s culture and tradition of hospitality. Steps away from historic Beacon Hill, Copley Place, the boutiques of Newbury Street and the Hynes Convention Center, The Fairmont provides an authentic Boston experience. Your Go Boston card brings Boston to life, offering admission to over 70 of the city’s top attractions, from a Cape Cod Canal cruise to a Fenway Park Tour, the Harvard Museum of Natural History to the Nantucket Ferry!

Located in historic Back Bay, The Fairmont Copley Plaza is Boston’s most celebrated address. Delight in some of the finest steaks, chops and Atlantic seafood in Boston at The Fairmont Copley Plaza’s award-winning restaurant. Rich with heritage, The Fairmont Copley Plaza epitomizes the culture and traditions of Boston in every aspect of its Renaissance splendor. This historic hotel delivers the highest level of service to the most discerning travelers.

Take a walk through Boston’s antiquity on the Freedom Trail, learn about grape growing and winemaking at the Newport Vineyards, go back in time to the 1600s at the Salem Witch Museum, find inspiration at the JFK Library and Museum, sail to the “Storybook Island” of Martha’s Vineyard, explore Cape Cod via bicycle, or cruise through the Public Garden’s lagoon aboard a Swan Boat! There is so much to do in Boston, and you’ll have access to all the best attractions!

NOTE: Complete list of all Go Boston Card activity options available upon request.

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