Hotels with Extras in Massachusetts

Innkeeper and hoteliers of Massachusetts exercise fresh avenues of creativity to keep guests comfortable and to help them enjoy all the avenues of exploration and adventure in this historic region. Time spent inside the hotel can be far more than resting or dining. Massachusetts hotels entertain their guests with extras like onsite art collections and impromptu art history lessons about local artists and themes. One Massachusetts hotel is adjacent to an indoor water park, where whole families can splash the hours away. Hotels with extras bring fresh experiences to travelers in New England.
View from the Water - Green Harbor Waterfront Lodging - East Falmouth, MA
Green Harbor Waterfront Lodging

134 Acapesket Road East Falmouth, MA, 02536 Phone: 508-548-4747 Toll-Free: 800-548-5556

Private ramp, dock make this resort perfect choice for boaters, beach-lovers

How many resorts can boast a private boat ramp and dock space for guests? That’s just one of the many advantages of being right on the water at Green Harbor Waterfront Lodging. At this scenic, affordable resort, you can float down a quiet saltwater cove on a complimentary rowboat or paddleboat or launch your own kayak and explore the marshes and inlet. At the resort, play badminton, croquet or horseshoes on the spacious grounds, take a dip in the heated outdoor pool or relax in a lawn swing. Watch the sun set over the water from your private patio or balcony. Nearby, go biking, beach-strolling, or catch a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard. Fun dining, gallery-hopping and shopping await in Falmouth village.
Lobby View - XV Beacon - Boston, MA
XV Beacon

15 Beacon Street Boston, MA, 02108 Phone: 617-670-1500 Toll-Free: 877-982-3226

Heritage and the arts are both elevated in this luxury boutique hotel

A reverence for history, an appreciation for the arts: Those two passions are evident throughout XV Beacon, a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. The handsome hotel is in a landmark Beaux Arts Building, distinguished by a grand marble staircase, mahogany paneling and original caged-glass elevator. The eclectic art collection features everything from an ancient Roman mosaic in the restaurant’s Wine Cellar to works by famous portraitist Gilbert Stuart and contemporary abstract painter Maggi Brown. The artfully decorated rooms, some with four-poster and canopy beds, reflect the appreciation for the arts and history with their curated art and decor. No surprise: the exquisite hotel is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.
Coco Key Water Park - Doubletree Boston North Shore - Danvers, MA
DoubleTree by Hilton Boston North Shore

50 Ferncroft Road Danvers, MA, 01923 Phone: 978-777-2500

Conveniently located hotel makes a big splash with its giant water park

Here’s a getaway plan for the family: Check into the Doubletree Boston North Shore and bring your bathing suits, because this conveniently located hotel, 19 miles from downtown Boston and 10 minutes from Salem, has one of New England’s largest indoor water parks. The CoCo Key Water Park has it all, from giant twisty tubes and slides to wading pools with water spouts for the littlest tykes (complete with movies showing on a big sail screen) to water-filled jungle gyms. Adults can swim on over to an outdoor spa with giant whirlpools or enjoy a tropical beverage at the Wet Rooster Bar. Comfy rooms, modern amenities, great location and a water park: What more could you ask for in a hotel?
Devon Cow - Old Sturbridge Inn & Reeder Family Cottages - Sturbridge, MA
Old Sturbridge Inn & Reeder Family Lodges

369 Main Street Sturbridge, MA, 01566 Phone: 774-304-1011

Sturbridge accommodations come complete with step back into history

When you stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn & Reeder Family Lodges, you are staying almost smack dab in the middle of history. The inn is in the Oliver Wight House, built circa 1789, featuring queen-size, four-poster canopy beds. Seeking something a little more modern for the family? The Reeder Family Lodges offer 29 spacious modern units. But check out what’s next door: Old Sturbridge Village has re-created what life was like in the 19th century, with more than 40 antique buildings including a smithy, cider and saw mills and a school. There are covered wooden bridges, several gardens and a tavern, too. Or explore the area, with its adventure parks, zoo and multiple museums.