Furnished Apartments in Beacon Hill

Furnished Apartments in Beacon Hill

Although Beacon Hill has undergone a significant re-modernisation process, the area has retained a sense of its historical identity through cobblestone streets and brick homes. The West End’s combination of condos, period properties and stylish apartment buildings provide the area with a sophisticated elegance.

Our accommodation in Beacon Hill is located within a short distance of the State House and the charming Charles Street. Replete with languorous green parkland and luscious trees, Beacon Hill possesses a serene ambience in residential areas.  One of the most desirable postcodes in Boston, our serviced apartments in Beacon Hill are in proximity to some of the area’s liveliest nighttime jaunts.

Located in Boston’s West End district, our serviced apartments in Boston are within proximity of exquisite dining experiences, luxury shopping and countless entertainment options.

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Serviced apartments in Beacon Hill

Offering corporate stays in self-catering apartments and holiday apartments, thesqua.re’s serviced apartments in Beacon Hill are ideal for business or leisure travel. Set in a chic apartment complex, each kitchen, resplendent with stainless steel appliances and utensils, is purposefully designed to ensure guests enjoy a home from home experience. Tasteful modern art hangs from the wall, while the living spaces possess stunning views of the West End. The bathrooms are stylishly tiled, containing both bathing and shower facilities in addition to a towel rail. Moreover, each apartment is wheelchair accessible, possess free high speed Wi-Fi and a secure entry system. 

Culture & shopping in Beacon Hill

Amongst other things, Beacon Hill is renowned for its culture. Containing several museums, Beacon Hill is a fantastic location to stay for students of history. The Museum of African American History and the Nichols Museum are located in Beacon Hill: nearby, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science, the John F Kennedy Museum and the Boston Museum are easily accessible and offer an edifying way of spending an afternoon. Furthermore, the West End Museum preserves the cultural shift of this district more broadly.

Outside of the countless museums in Boston, the city is renowned for its enthusiasm for sports. Boston, home of the iconic Red Sox baseball team, contains five sports teams across American football, soccer, baseball, basketball and hockey. Regardless of the time of your visit, you will receive the opportunity to immerse yourself in Boston’s sporting community.

In addition to the typical high street stores, Beacon Hill contains countless boutique stores selling everything from antiques to paintings to knitwear. On a weekend, Beacon Hill is the host to a market.

Getting around in Beacon Hill

For extended stays in our studio apartments or corporate housing in Beacon Hill, it is important to know how to navigate the district and, more broadly, Boston as a whole. Boston contains one of the most effective travel networks in the United States. The MBTA runs a selection of trains, buses and a subway system ensure that traversing the city is pain-free. Although it is possible to hire a car, we advise taking advantage of the public transport available.