Hotels near East Boston
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
Landfill seems like a shaky foundation for Logan Airport landing strips, let alone a family neighborhood. Yet generations of immigrants have called "Eastie" home, including Boston's first family. Eastie has evolved since the Kennedy boys roamed Meridian Street, and fresh-faced JFK posed for 1954 campaign photos at Santarpio's Pizza. Today Eastie remains working class, with more Latino families than Irish or Italian. Some things never change: Santarpio's still serves wicked thin-crust pie and Meridian Market does a brisk business in chicken parm and trippa (tripe). Instead of leaving lunch to Logan Airport concessions, detour from the Massachusetts Turnpike after the Ted Williams Tunnel for a proper "Eastie dinnah." Walk it off at waterfront Piers Park down historic Cottage Street, where the Albert Einstein Institution quietly advises presidents and activists on dismantling dictatorships through non-violent social change.

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Hyatt Boston Harbor
Hyatt Boston Harbor
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3.9
2134 reviews
101 Harborside Drive, Boston
from $139
Hilton Boston Logan Airport
Hilton Boston Logan Airport
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3.6
3370 reviews
One Hotel Drive, Boston
from $179
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
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4.0
1888 reviews
207 Porter St, Boston
from $152
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan Airport
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3.6
975 reviews
225 McClellan Hwy, Boston
from $127
Herbivorian House
Herbivorian House
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3.9
20 reviews
135 Eutaw Street, Boston
from $286
Courtyard Logan Airport Marriott
Courtyard Logan Airport Marriott
225 William McClellan Highway, Boston
from $169
Residence Inn Airport Marriott
Residence Inn Airport Marriott
200 Maple St, Chelsea
from $169
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Landfill seems like a shaky foundation for Logan Airport landing strips, let alone a family neighborhood. Yet generations of immigrants have called "Eastie" home, including Boston's first family. Eastie has evolved since the Kennedy boys roamed Meridian Street, and fresh-faced JFK posed for 1954 campaign photos at Santarpio's Pizza. Today Eastie remains working class, with more Latino families than Irish or Italian. Some things never change: Santarpio's still serves wicked thin-crust pie and Meridian Market does a brisk business in chicken parm and trippa (tripe). Instead of leaving lunch to Logan Airport concessions, detour from the Massachusetts Turnpike after the Ted Williams Tunnel for a proper "Eastie dinnah." Walk it off at waterfront Piers Park down historic Cottage Street, where the Albert Einstein Institution quietly advises presidents and activists on dismantling dictatorships through non-violent social change.

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