Newton, MA Hotels
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“If you want to spend your money sightseeing and eating great meals in Boston instead of on your hotel room, stay in Newton rather than directly in Boston.”
Booking a hotel in Boston suburb Newton is easy with the right information. A suburb stay is a great idea that will save you money and give you a good night's sleep.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Newton, MA

Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside
from $120
Crowne Plaza Boston - Newton
Crowne Plaza Boston - Newton
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3.6
320 Washington Street, Newton
from $122
Boston Marriott Newton
Boston Marriott Newton
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4.0
2345 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton
from $99
Chestnut Hill Studio by STARS of Boston
Chestnut Hill Studio by STARS of Boston
Chestnut Hill Avenue, Newton
from $0
Chesley Road Bed and Breakfast
Chesley Road Bed and Breakfast
11 Chesley Road, Newton
from $0
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Avoid Seasonal College Events

Newton, Massachusetts is near several colleges, including Boston College. Crowds multiply and rates go up during graduation season and back-to-school season as parents flock to the campuses. Similarly, Boston College holds Parents' Weekend usually in late September. Any of these family events will cause crowds and difficulty booking a hotel room.

Stay Near Public Transportation

Just because you're not staying directly in Boston doesn't mean you'll need a car. Two Newton hotels offer convenient access to public transportation. Stay at the Hotel Indigo Boston - Newton Riverside, which offers a free shuttle to the subway, or give the Crowne Plaza Boston - Newton a try. It sits directly on the MBTA bus line.

Save on Boston Visits by Staying in Newton

If you want to spend your money sightseeing and eating great meals in Boston instead of on your hotel room, stay in Newton rather than directly in Boston. You'll be conveniently close to the city without paying the premium of a downtown hotel.

Author Bio: Alexandra Shostak is a freelance writer and designer who likes to go on adventures, whether they take her down the street or on a road trip to another state.

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