Hotels near North End
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.”
- Matsuo Basho
Gorging on pasta is positively patriotic in Boston's North End. Paul Revere left his North End home late at night on April 18, 1775 to warn Colonial militia in the towns of Concord and Lexington that "the British are coming!" In the Old North Church tower, lanterns were hung to warn patriots across the Charles River of the British attack: "One if by land, two if by sea." Today university history majors lead summer tours into Old North's crypt and tower, and MIT students create compositions for Old North's bells. Even if you came to North End for the history, you'll stay for the food. Generations of Italian immigration have earned it the nickname "Little Italy," and pack its one-third-mile area with Old Country flavor. With some 100 eateries clustered around Hanover Street, dinner is a serious dilemma: Giacomo's Ristorante for ravioli, shrimp linguini at Pomodoro, or homemade fusilli with vodka sauce at Al Dente? Bostonian loyalties are also sharply divided among three North End bakeries: Mike's for traditional ricotta cannoli, Maria's for cream-filled "lobster tail" pastry, and Modern Bakery for chocolate custard cannoli. Dessert debates can get heated, but the North End has survived its share of controversy—the funeral procession for anarchists and accused bank robbers Sacco and Vanzetti was held here.

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Boston Marriott Long Wharf
Boston Marriott Long Wharf
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3.7
1008 reviews
296 State St, Boston
from $199
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
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4.0
811 reviews
606 Congress St, Boston
from $179
Ames Boston Hotel
Ames Boston Hotel
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3.8
1514 reviews
1 Court Street, Boston
from $199
InterContinental Boston
InterContinental Boston
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4.0
1307 reviews
510 Atlantic Ave, Boston
from $252
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
Embassy Suites Boston Logan Airport
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4.0
1886 reviews
207 Porter St, Boston
from $179
DoubleTree Club by Hilton Boston Bayside
DoubleTree Club by Hilton Boston Bayside
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3.5
925 reviews
240 Mount Vernon Street, Boston
from $149
Copley Square Hotel
Copley Square Hotel
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3.8
1692 reviews
47 Huntington Ave, Boston
from $199
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
Four Seasons Hotel Boston
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4.1
229 reviews
200 Boylston St, Boston
from $495
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan Airport
Courtyard by Marriott Boston Logan Airport
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3.5
979 reviews
225 McClellan Hwy, Boston
from $169
Ramada Inn Boston
Ramada Inn Boston
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3.3
1404 reviews
800 Morrissey Blvd, Boston
from $126
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Gorging on pasta is positively patriotic in Boston's North End. Paul Revere left his North End home late at night on April 18, 1775 to warn Colonial militia in the towns of Concord and Lexington that "the British are coming!" In the Old North Church tower, lanterns were hung to warn patriots across the Charles River of the British attack: "One if by land, two if by sea." Today university history majors lead summer tours into Old North's crypt and tower, and MIT students create compositions for Old North's bells. Even if you came to North End for the history, you'll stay for the food. Generations of Italian immigration have earned it the nickname "Little Italy," and pack its one-third-mile area with Old Country flavor. With some 100 eateries clustered around Hanover Street, dinner is a serious dilemma: Giacomo's Ristorante for ravioli, shrimp linguini at Pomodoro, or homemade fusilli with vodka sauce at Al Dente? Bostonian loyalties are also sharply divided among three North End bakeries: Mike's for traditional ricotta cannoli, Maria's for cream-filled "lobster tail" pastry, and Modern Bakery for chocolate custard cannoli. Dessert debates can get heated, but the North End has survived its share of controversy—the funeral procession for anarchists and accused bank robbers Sacco and Vanzetti was held here.

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