Hotels near Chinatown
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Boston's most action-packed neighborhood slices, dices, spins, and stomps with finesse. Once garment and leather factories moved into the neighborhood in the 19th century, many immigrants vacated the noisy transport and entertainment hub. But with anti-Asian sentiment codified in the 1882 U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act, Chinese Bostonians were left with few alternatives. Today Chinatown remains a key entry point for new arrivals, and some 70 percent of its current residents claim Asian heritage. Chinatown provided a buffer between the PG-rated Theater District and the XXX Combat Zone until the 1990s, when redevelopment and online porn ousted the downtown sex trade. But Chinatown diners still stay open late to serve crowds fresh from Boston Ballet at the Wang Theatre, Stomp at the historic Culter Majestic Theatre, and too-close-for-comfort comedy shows at tiny Wilbur Theatre. Chinatown has become a dining destination in its own right, from traditional fresh-from-the-aquarium family feasts at New Jumbo Seafood to creative pan-seared, pan-Asian dumplings at Myers+Chang. Watch late-night rap battles unfold at Good Life, and greet the new day with dumplings at Winsor Dum Sum Café.

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Courtyard by Marriott Boston Copley Square
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3.7
421 reviews
88 Exeter St, Boston
from $199
InterContinental Boston
InterContinental Boston
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4.0
1307 reviews
510 Atlantic Ave, Boston
from $252
The Midtown Hotel
The Midtown Hotel
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3.4
1334 reviews
220 Huntington Ave, Boston
from $99
Boston Harbor Hotel
Boston Harbor Hotel
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4.4
710 reviews
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston
from $336
Courtyard by Marriott Boston South
from $149
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
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4.1
229 reviews
200 Boylston St, Boston
from $495
Chandler Inn Hotel
Chandler Inn Hotel
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3.5
1638 reviews
26 Chandler St, Boston
from $149
Mandarin Oriental Boston
Mandarin Oriental Boston
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4.1
88 reviews
776 Boylston St, Boston
from $595
Club Quarters in Boston
Club Quarters in Boston
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3.8
2691 reviews
161 Devonshire St, Boston
from $159
Ames Boston Hotel
Ames Boston Hotel
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3.8
1514 reviews
1 Court Street, Boston
from $199
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Boston's most action-packed neighborhood slices, dices, spins, and stomps with finesse. Once garment and leather factories moved into the neighborhood in the 19th century, many immigrants vacated the noisy transport and entertainment hub. But with anti-Asian sentiment codified in the 1882 U.S. Chinese Exclusion Act, Chinese Bostonians were left with few alternatives. Today Chinatown remains a key entry point for new arrivals, and some 70 percent of its current residents claim Asian heritage. Chinatown provided a buffer between the PG-rated Theater District and the XXX Combat Zone until the 1990s, when redevelopment and online porn ousted the downtown sex trade. But Chinatown diners still stay open late to serve crowds fresh from Boston Ballet at the Wang Theatre, Stomp at the historic Culter Majestic Theatre, and too-close-for-comfort comedy shows at tiny Wilbur Theatre. Chinatown has become a dining destination in its own right, from traditional fresh-from-the-aquarium family feasts at New Jumbo Seafood to creative pan-seared, pan-Asian dumplings at Myers+Chang. Watch late-night rap battles unfold at Good Life, and greet the new day with dumplings at Winsor Dum Sum Café.

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