Romantic Weekend Getaways in Boston

Boston, Massachusetts is one of the oldest, most famous cities in the United States, full of history and classic American culture.
Go to Boston for a romantic weekend.Go to Boston for a romantic weekend.
Each year, Boston serves as a location for swarms of tourists and history buffs for vacations and getaways. There's something for everyone in Boston, whether or not you're a history buff, and if you're looking for a nice, romantic getaway with your special someone, Boston has a number of activities and special date locations to offer.

Onyx Hotel Date Night

Take a Friday or Saturday night to treat your loved one to a lovely date night in Boston.
Onyx Hotel has a special package that includes a one-night stay in a deluxe room with a bottle of champagne and a bed covered in flower petals. Included in the package is an evening wine tour. After the romantic evening, you can tour Boston the next day and choose to extend your stay another night. Onyx Hotel 155 Portland Street Boston, MA 02114 617-557-9955 onyxhotel. com

Fairmont Battery Wharf Champagne Dreams

With a romantic waterfront location and view of Boston, this hotel is in an ideal location to tour Boston and enjoy the beauty of the water as the sun sets on the city.
If you choose the Champagne Dreams package, you and your guest will have a night of accommodations, along with a bottle of champagne to share. If you want to be pampered, you can also choose the hotel's Wellness to the Core package, which includes, among other things, a couples' massage at Boston's Exhale Spa and a special breakfast for two. Fairmont Battery Wharf 3 Battery Wharf Boston, MA 02109 617-994-9000 fairmont. com/batterywharf

Charles River

Boat rides for two are a romantic way to enjoy Boston in a relaxing manner.
Taking the time to slow down and enjoy the beauty of the river and the city is a great way to enjoy each other's company and create a special memory to share for a long time to come. You can rent a private canoe or go on a cruise with other tourists enjoying the city. (See Resources)

Colonial Theatre

This theater is the oldest operating playhouse in all of New England.
While the theater has upgraded to 21st-century technology, the inside remains as beautifully romantic as it was in the 1800s. Sit together and view modern Broadway shows in a theater that hosted a number of famous historic shows, including "Porgy and Bess" and "Oklahoma!" If you're willing to splurge, you could even reserve private lodge or box seating. Colonial Theatre 106 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02116 617-426-9366 bostoncolonialtheatre. com

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Chelsea Baldwin began writing professionally for local newspapers in 2008. She has published articles in “High Country Press” and “Kernersville News.” She also produced newsletters for a local chapter of AIESEC, a global nonprofit organization. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from Appalachian State University.