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This suburban enclave is roughly seven miles, a couple tax brackets and a hundred SAT points removed from downtown Boston. Newton is an independent city comprised of 13 linked villages, including swanky Chestnut Hill and several villages that confusingly share the Newtown name (Newtown Center, -Corner, -Highlands, -Upper Falls, -Lower Falls). Not surprisingly, Newton tends to confound newcomers. One wrong turn off the Massachusetts Turnpike could send you meandering down lanes lined with 17th century stone fences, manicured lawns, boarding schools, and sprawling single-family homesteads. Neighborly Newtonians might point you toward beloved local landmarks, including Bulloughs Pond for ice skating, the aptly named Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, and the Jackson Homestead, a historic stop on the Underground Railroad. After making his reputation with Manhattan's Central Park, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead lavished his attention on Chestnut Hill Reservoir. Runners hit the Reservoir's waterfront trails, training to take on Newtown's Heartbreak Hill during the Boston Marathon. Newtonian teens get their exercise trolling The Mall at Chestnut Hill for collegiate staples from J. Crew and Brooks Brothers to Apple and Tiffany.

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The Eliot Hotel
The Eliot Hotel
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3.9
1508 reviews
370 Commonwealth Ave, Boston
from $275
The Westin Copley Place
The Westin Copley Place
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4.0
2547 reviews
10 Huntington Ave, Boston
from $198
Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill
Wyndham Boston Beacon Hill
5 Blossom Street, Boston
from $189
W Boston
W Boston
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4.0
1049 reviews
100 Stuart Street, Boston
from $209
Club Quarters in Boston
Club Quarters in Boston
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3.8
2755 reviews
161 Devonshire St, Boston
from $134
Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston
Millennium Bostonian Hotel Boston
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4.1
1510 reviews
26 North St, Boston
from $188
The Liberty Hotel - A Starwood Luxury Collection Hotel
The Liberty Hotel - A Starwood Luxury Collection Hotel
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3.8
2529 reviews
215 Charles St, Boston
from $229
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
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3.8
1047 reviews
296 State St, Boston
from $199
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
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4.0
391 reviews
88 Exeter St, Boston
from $199
Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Downtown Seaport
Residence Inn by Marriott Boston Downtown Seaport
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4.3
173 reviews
370 Congress St, Boston
from $259
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This suburban enclave is roughly seven miles, a couple tax brackets and a hundred SAT points removed from downtown Boston. Newton is an independent city comprised of 13 linked villages, including swanky Chestnut Hill and several villages that confusingly share the Newtown name (Newtown Center, -Corner, -Highlands, -Upper Falls, -Lower Falls). Not surprisingly, Newton tends to confound newcomers. One wrong turn off the Massachusetts Turnpike could send you meandering down lanes lined with 17th century stone fences, manicured lawns, boarding schools, and sprawling single-family homesteads. Neighborly Newtonians might point you toward beloved local landmarks, including Bulloughs Pond for ice skating, the aptly named Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, and the Jackson Homestead, a historic stop on the Underground Railroad. After making his reputation with Manhattan's Central Park, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead lavished his attention on Chestnut Hill Reservoir. Runners hit the Reservoir's waterfront trails, training to take on Newtown's Heartbreak Hill during the Boston Marathon. Newtonian teens get their exercise trolling The Mall at Chestnut Hill for collegiate staples from J. Crew and Brooks Brothers to Apple and Tiffany.

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