Serviced Apartments in Boston

Top Serviced Apartments in Boston

Boston, initially nicknamed as "Beantown", is one of the most popular and the oldest cities in the United States. The fairly small but important city is the capital of Massachusetts. The dynamic city offers an overwhelming diversity at all fronts like; history, art, culture, education, science, holiday, leisure, and medical facilities along with massive potential on the professional front.

Given the popularity and the opportunities that the city comes with, Boston is home to some of the finest serviced apartments in the U.S. Our serviced apartments come with fine interiors, modern furnishings, and complete homely experience at its best. With carefully chosen secure locations offering convenient distances to public transport and restaurants, localities with complete security, and minute details to transform the Top Serviced Apartments in Boston into magnificent homes, the has earned its position as a market leader.  

The Top 10 Properties in Boston

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With hotels, rented floors, and most of the staying options costing a bomb; inconvenience, formalities, and that constant unhomely feeling, our services apartments in Boston come to your rescue. 

Essentially, serviced apartments save you the hassle of finding a place to stay in possibly every inconvenient situation imaginable, which might include; a short stay for a meeting, a long family holiday, bunking for a few weeks and whatnot. Each apartment comes with a cautiously chosen location which is nearest to transportation; complete kitchen facilities, Wi-Fi, recreational facilities like a home theatre with a flat-screen T.V., and much more.  Apart from this, all your fooding and cleanings, every little thing from cutlery to bedding will be taken care of, while a highly comforting homestay experience will be well-ensured. 

All the contractual and legal formalities will be taken care of. All the hassles of deposits, bills, agency fees, and some monthly memberships will be bygones. Some exquisite serviced apartments offer the luxury of a swimming pool and personal gyms as well, among several other fine additions. Not only will they waive off the monthly/yearly gymming or other leisure membership expenses, but also make traveling for meetings or major attractions highly convenient with bus stops, metros, and main roads just around the corner. 

Offering such a practical solution to all possible living problems, no wonder this concept has become so popular so soon, especially in Boston. A one-stop destination for all customized homely needs indeed.

Corporate Accommodation in Boston

Boston, being one of the crucial U.S. cities, expectedly comes with immense opportunities in business as well. Hopping to Boston from nearby and far-away cities or countries for business trips is a usual affair for several company professionals. This makes the need for corporate accommodation in Boston a necessity. What can be more convenient than your fully-equipped serviced apartments?

Every business trip is a low-key reminder of one's dependence on home or family. However, the good news is, with's eclectic selection of studio apartments, all the needs of a working professional have been duly taken care of. Each apartment is designed to perfection by our experienced professionals after grave study and research. All the possible inconveniences, in terms of transportation, cleanliness, fooding, home accessories, laundry, and even the leisure and entertainment quotient have all been well-covered.

Holiday Accommodation in Boston

Boston, with its high cultural vibe, is a cozy and compact city that often calls for a heartwarming holiday stay. Choosing a destination is fairly the easier deal than choosing where to stay in a slightly congested Boston. Finding a comforting apartment with so many charming sites here can be quite a challenge. However, we offer to solve that mystery for a perfect holiday in the city of Boston.

With our fully-furnished services apartments, each with that homely set up comes with additional options of luxuries. From pools to penthouses, gyms to secluded locations, there is a lot to make an informed choice from. 

Where to stay in Boston

Some of the most convenient localities offering great ambiance and premium serviced apartments include:

  • Seaport
  • Downtown
  • Beacon Hill
  • Kendall Square
  • Fenway
  • Back Bay
  • North End
  • South Boston

Facts about Boston


Founded in 1630 on the Shawmut Peninsula, Boston is one of the oldest municipalities in the U.S, based on the English town Boston, Lincolnshire. With a whopping population of 694,583 (2018) covering 48.4 sq. miles (2016), Boston became the most populous city of New England. Boston is situated onshore of the Atlantic and is the only U.S. state capital with an oceanic coastline. 

Economic Position

  • By the virtue of a very diverse economy and a long sea-faring tradition, Boston established itself as a manufacturing and export hub post-independence from Britain. It went on to become one of the wealthiest sea-ports across the world. To name a few, fish, tobacco, maple syrup, salt, and rum are a significant part of its trade. Boston Port has been proudly ranked as the 12th largest Atlantic seaport in history. 

  • In continuation of its legacy, Boston is an economic anchor for export, innovation, business, education, tourism, and a very dense cultural amalgamation even today. With over 5k startups, Boston marks itself as an entrepreneurial pioneer across the globe as well

  • Boston mostly witnesses work-based travel because of its significant position in the larger surrounding MSA called Greater Boston. This MSA is home to approx. 5-million residents, the 10th largest in the country (2016).
  • The city is closely bordered with Brooklyn, Cambridge, Chelsea, Quincy, and more. Harvard and Boston University along with MIT are just a few miles away. Boston's life sciences industry has gained new heights in the past decade as well. 

Historical Significance

  • Boston is a major part of the history of the American Revolution. It was a center to several historic events like; the Siege of Boston, the Boston Massacre, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and more. This dense historic layer makes the city a cultural anchor too. 

  • Boston is also home to several firsts of the U.S. which include; Boston Latin School (1635), Boston Common (1634), Tremont Street Subway (1897), Public Library, Lighthouse, and more.

Tourism and Culture

  • Boston is a highly attractive tourist destination that has a track of over 20 million visitors every year.
  • The Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), with 516,000 square feet of exhibition space, is established in South Boston on a massive 60-acre land. 


  • Interestingly, Boston claims the highest philanthropy rates in the U.S. In fact, it is also a proud city with one of the largest populations of LGBTQ in the entire country.

Cost of Living in Boston

One major factor that makes the fairly low-cost option of serviced apartments way too convenient is the extremely high cost of living. The housing prices have been on the rise ever since the 1990s. Coping up with the almost equally high living expenses would be far easier with the exclusive budget apartments. 

Why is it worth it?

Apart from being the concentrated center of trade, business, culture, history and so much more, Boston also ranks impressively high at livability rankings. A close yardstick to estimate the living standards that the city offers would be its ranking in the 2011 worldwide survey. Boston became the 36th major city offering the premium quality of living.

Tips for Visiting Boston

  • Boston can be best explored on foot and only with comfortable shoes to avoid ankle twists or broken toes by the cobblestone streets of the historic city.
  • The city apart from being extremely compact is quite congested as well. It is not advisable to roam about without a map as there are high chances of getting lost in the neverending streets.

  • With one-way, expensive parking and most people on the street, don't even think of driving in Boston. The big tunnels here called "big digs" are very confusing and unreliable even with Google Maps.

  • Amidst parking shortage, Boston Common has a large parking garage nearby. 

  • Choose odd hours for lunch at the very crowded Quincy Market food court (say, before 11:30 AM or after 2:00 PM). The seating area upstairs is fairly more vacant. 

  • Happy hours as they are illegal in Boston.  

Some local lingos

  • The liquor store is called “Packy”.

  • ”Wicked” is one of the most used words here. It means good. 

  • The New England accent is quite thick. Note, they don't use the ‘R’s’. For example, ‘Chowder’ will be spoken as ‘Chowda’.

Things to Do in Boston

Boston has some of the most exciting activities to offer. The list of things that one can do here will particularly excite a history buff, a family with children, and a sports and seafood lover. The list includes:

What are the most popular things to do in Boston?

  • Follow the red brick line called the "Freedom Trail" which takes you through 16 historical attractions of the city.
  • Watch a game at Fenway Park (1912), the oldest Baseball stadium in America. It is home to the Boston Red Sox.
  • The Faneuil Hall Marketplace with Quincy full of performers.
  • Watch a match at the new TD Garden for the Boston Celtics basketball team or the Bruins hockey team. The Gillette Stadium hosts historic football teams as well. 
  • Boston Tea Party and Museum and Duck Tours.
  • Attend parades, concerts, and street fests.
  • Visiting Harvard Square in Cambridge.
  • Ice-skating in winters

What are some free things to do in Boston?

  • Summertime concerts by Boston pop at the Hatch Shell.
  • Walking the Freedom Trail (English, Black, and Irish)
  • Free beer tours by local breweries (like Sam Adams).
  • Going around Harvard or MIT. 
  • Visiting the Castle Island. 
  • Several art museums are free (like; Harvard and Commonwealth, Institute of Contemporary Art)
  • City Wi-Fi called "Wicked Wi-Fi".
  • A silver line drops you from Logan Airport to the city for free.

Does Boston have many romantic attractions?

The Public Garden Pond with its beautiful Swan Boats.

  • Charles River Esplanade
  • The peaceful Nahant and Nantasket Beach
  • Houghton's Pond
  • Noanet Woodlands

What are the most family-friendly things to do in Boston?

With 17% of the city full of public green, a park for kids can be found in less than a mile from anywhere. 

  • Popular Children's Museum near Children's Wharf, 2nd largest in the U.S.
  • Boston Whale Watch
  • New England Aquarium
  • Franklin Park Zoo and Stone Zoo
  • The Greenway Carousel
  • Danehy (Dog) Park

What are the more unusual things to do in Boston?

Visit Yume Wo Katare, a 'dream workshop' where strangers share their dreams after they finish their pork ramen. Go prepared as it has long waiting queues.

  • Brattle Book Shop (1825) is home to some of the oldest antiques and book editions with over 250,000 other items.


Places to Visit in Boston

U.S.A Constitution Museum (1793)

  • Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market
  • Boston Common
  • Boston Public Library
  • Boston’s Old City Hall
  • Symphony Hall
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Museum of Fine Arts and MIT Museum
  • Castle Island
  • New England Aquarium
  • Boston Harbor
  • Old North Church
  • Fenway Park
  • Bunker Hill Monument
  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library and Museum

Places to eat in Boston

Boston has some of the most diverse food habits. Below is a list of restaurants and eateries with a mix of some of the most popular food joints here.

  • Quincy Food Hall (Since 1826)- With over 35-100 eclectic food vendors, Quincy is one of the most happening places in the city. Do try the iconic cold lobster rolls and the creamiest Clam Chowder here.

  • Mike's Pastry and Modern Pastry (since 1946)- The 2 most famous (adjoining) patisseries in Boston’s mini Italy serve the crispiest authentic Cannolis. A must-eat in Boston. Priced under $5.

  • Yankee Lobster Fish Market- Seafood meals are the most recommended in Boston. The Seaport district serves the best hot lobsters. Hot or cold lobster will be a never-ending dilemma. Meals priced under $30.

  • Dunkin Donuts-Fun fact, it was founded in Boston itself. "Dunks", as the locals call it, is Bostonians’ second home; famous for both coffees and melting soft doughnuts. 

  • Chipotle Mexican Grill-This Mexican food chain is recommended for vegans and a break from lobsters and seafood. 

  • Earl of Sandwiches- Most affordable sandwich joint near Boston Common, loved by locals.

  • Regina’s Pizza (Since 1926)- Once ranked no.1 on TripAdvisor as the best American pizzeria, Regina just cannot be missed for its huge crispy pizzas. 

  • Boston Chowda Co.- For classic Boston-style creamiest Clam Chowder. Best enjoyed in a bun. 

Street food in Boston

Boston is a foodie city. A crazy food variety can be found amidst the charming vibe of the city. Some of the most popular street food in Boston include:

  • Ramen at Yume Wo Katare- With the longest queues is this tiny joint called  'dream workshop' serves the best-selling Tonkotsu shoyu pork ramen. Diners are made to share their dreams with strangers here. 

  • Chinatown- For authentic Chinese delicacies served in tiny basement eateries.

  • Oysters bars- The port area is full of these offering the best oysters and lobsters. Cream pie is another popular dish served on the streets of Boston. 

  • Food trucks- Boston streets are full of food trucks. You can find everything from Israeli to Chinese, from cookies to pizza here. 

  • Baked Goods- Among pastries and cookies, Parker House Rolls are a must-try.

Shopping in Boston

Newbury Street (Most popular)

  • Faneuil Marketplace
  • Kenmore Square
  • Boston Public Market
  • Downtown Crossing (Affordable)
  • North End
  • Copley Place Mall (High-end)
  • Prudential Centre (Mall)

Transportation in Boston

When in Boston, always prefer public transport (or walking) over driving. Get down at South Station when taking the intercity or subway. The travel is fairly cheaper than New York but it is still advised to get a 7-day pass with a magnetic strip, locally called "Charlie ticket". It can be used for Silver Line (a special hybrid of subway and bus) and subways/metros alike. The deep-water port allows transportation to different parts of the world and even facilitates cruise and ferries.

With the subway, bus services, commuter trains, trolley, and water ferry services, MBTA provides commendable connectivity to over 4.7 million MA citizens and facilitates over 1 million passengers each day in over 175 cities as over 36% of Boston households don't have vehicles and mostly prefer public transport.

Weather in Boston

Boston has a sunny and humid subtropical climate most of the year except winter. The lowest temperature goes ] under -3°C and the maximum goes over 23°C. July is the hottest month in Boston. Thunderstorms begin from May while bitter cold starts November onwards. 

September to October is the best time to visit Boston when Autumn is at its best. The places are fairly less crowded. Even spring and rainy season offer pleasant weather. 

Even though the city gets cheaper during the winters but Boston witnesses bitter cold every year. With blocked roads, snowstorms and frozen rivers, winter season is an inconvenient choice for a Boston trip.

FAQs - Things to Know before booking Serviced Apartments in Boston

Q1. How many serviced apartments are available for booking in Boston?

A1. There are over 113 serviced apartments in Boston with more being added every day. In total, has over 100,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book now

Q2. What are the most popular luxury serviced apartments in Boston?

A2. The best 5 and 4 star serviced apartments in Boston are AVA Theater District, Dalton Street Apartment, Via Apartment, Third Square Apartments, The Benjamin Apartment.

Q3. What is the price range of serviced apartments available in Boston?

A3. Prices start from $250 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book now

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Q6. Do Boston serviced apartments provide breakfast, gym & other extra services?

A6. Some of the apartment buildings in Boston will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

Q7. Can I have guests in a Boston serviced apartment?

A7. That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Boston .

Q8. Why is staying in a serviced apartment in Boston better than a hotel?

A8. Serviced apartments in Boston have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here.

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