Nestled in the heart of the Financial District of Downtown Boston, The Devonshire apartments offer stunning panoramic views of Boston Harbour and the city’s skyline. Ideal for business travellers seeking accommodation conveniently located within walking distance of public transport, The Devonshire offers a fantastic base for traversing Boston for business and pleasure.
The elegantly furnished living spaces border on the regal. However, the highlight of the living spaces are the incomparable views of Boston. In addition to the views and furnishings, the living spaces feature a home entertainment system. Each bedroom contains a comfortable double bed, a television and ample storage space.
Similarly, the kitchens take advantage of all available space to provide a well-equipped area for self-contained living. The bathrooms include a bath and shower. The Devonshire offers complimentary Wi-Fi, a regular cleaning service and access to a gym.
The Devonshire provides easy access to the famous North End, a range of dining options in Chinatown and the picturesque Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Additionally, The Devonshire is within proximity of Boston’s Financial District. Typically one of the busiest areas in Boston, the Financial District offers solace in the form of several leafy parks.
The streets of the Financial District are lined with a combination of different architectural styles, ranging from modern skyscrapers to quaint Victorian style buildings. Off the bustling streets of the Financial District, guests will find some of Boston’s most exquisite dining experiences.
The historic Orpheum Theatre is a short distance from The Devonshire- be sure to consult their timetable before visiting.
Downtown at a Glance:
Characterised by its rich history and modern financial district, Boston’s Downtown is a hive of activity and entertainment. The city centre’s shining skyscrapers are juxtaposed against the historic Freedom Trail, effortlessly blending old and new and creating a truly unique environment.
This is not your typical concrete jungle. Downtown, you’ll find Boston Common – the city’s oldest public park. Join throngs of people as they relax in the gardens on their lunch break, or enjoy a sunset picnic with friends or family after work. Visit Chinatown and explore the colourful street markets for the afternoon, or spend a glamorous evening catching a show in the city’s colourful theatre district. Some of the city’s finest dining establishments exist within Boston’s core, making it the ideal environment for entertaining clients or spending a night out with friends. For breakfast on the go, you’re never too many steps away from Boston’s favourite – Dunkin’ Donuts.
With blue skies, glistening buildings and immaculate green spaces, Boston’s Downtown is a place of contrast and surprise. The city centre has hidden gems around every corner, monuments telling the story of America’s foundations and colourful characters offering tours and tales of their home city. Whether you wish to visit Downtown Boston for a day, a week or an extended period, you’re sure to be enthralled by this city’s history and personality.
Culture & Shopping Downtown:
Downtown Boston’s most famous tourist activity is the Freedom Trail – a 2.5-mile tour of America’s past. The Freedom Trail leads its visitors to 16 historic sights and monuments, including the Bunker Hill Monument and the Boston Massacre Site. Follow the trail in parts, or all in one, and take in the city’s rich history.
Boston’s city centre also benefits from a highly regarded and incredibly popular theatre district, where the city’s arts scene comes alive. In 1932, Boston’s Paramount Theatre was the first ever to feature talking motion pictures. Boston Opera House is home to operatic performances, along with the Boston Ballet and touring Broadway shows.
From the street markets in Chinatown to luxury designer stores and independent boutiques along Newbury Street, visitors are sure to find the perfect place to fulfill their shopping needs. Boston’s centre contains a number of shopping malls, and large UK brands such as Primark have made their way across the pond to Downtown Boston.
Boston’s Downtown area is highly popular with visitors due to its excellent public transport and proximity to the city’s main sights, shops and the financial district. Whether you’re travelling for business and leisure, Downtown Boston is an excellent choice to find accommodation. Ranging from budget accommodation to luxury hotels or long-term serviced apartments, visitors are sure to find the right accommodation for their trip.
Home to a number of truly decedent dining options, Boston is known for its excellent selection of seafood. The Downtown area contains a number of upscale restaurants, perfect for entertaining business clients. Radius is a popular choice due to its location in the business district and its excellent a la carte menu. Not to be missed, however, is the foot court at Quincy Market. Affordable, no-frill food can be purchased from the hallways, with something for every taste.
During their stay, visitors might enjoy one of the many Freedom Trail tours, departing from Boston Common throughout the day. With attractions such as the Massachusetts State House, Granary Burying Ground and the Old State House on the agenda, visitors are sure to be entertained and educated during their stay.