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Just over the Mystic River from Boston is the historic enclave of Chelsea, a tiny little town that has been around since the early 1600s. Like much of Boston, Chelsea has managed to retain a lot of its colonial-era architecture and ambience. Attractions like the Bellingham-Cary House and the Bellingham Square Historic District attract day-trippers who want a less-touristy version of old Boston. Choosing a hotel in Chelsea gives you excellent access to the entire city in all four directions.

Things to see

The only way to really experience Boston neighborhoods like Chelsea is on foot, and Boston makes it easy on you with its sign-posted Freedom Trail walking tour. Make your way to Beacon Hill and let the history unfold. The Museum of Fine Arts is a treasure trove of American artwork, craftsmanship, and other wonders from around the world. Its recent addition, the Art of the Americas wing, has raised the bar to new levels for American art museums. A fantastic way to see Chelsea and the rest of Boston is by boat. This city is enveloped by water, and the public ferry from Long Wharf to the Charlestown Navy Yard is an inexpensive, fun way to get out on the bay. If there’s one marketplace to visit in this area, make it Faneuil Hall. It takes five whole buildings to hold all the tasty food stalls, nifty shops, and other entertaining ways to spend money in this world-class marketplace. The USS Constitution, or Old Ironsides as many folks prefer to call it, is now docked at the Navy Yard just across the water from Chelsea. It’s a magical piece of naval history that epitomizes the Boston area experience from its very roots.

Hotels in Chelsea

One of the main reasons people stay in Chelsea is its proximity to Logan International Airport. There are a couple of upscale hotels right in this district and plenty more just across the water and in adjoining neighborhoods like Revere. There aren’t many budget lodging options in this central section of Boston. But at least you get a lot of bang for your buck. Both of the hotels in Chelsea are high-end chains with all the amenities you could ask for. The clientele around here is mainly business travelers and people with a layover at Logan International Airport.

Where to stay

Within the neighborhood of Chelsea there are a couple of modern, well-apportioned hotels to choose from, a Wyndham and a Residence Inn. These hotels provide quick access to Logan International Airport, so they are popular with business travelers. Just next door to Chelsea is the Revere neighborhood, which has a more diverse range of accommodations and equally good proximity to Logan International Airport. The selection of hotels in Revere is a little better than in Chelsea, particularly in the luxury category. One of the most amazing places to stay near Chelsea is along the Boston Harbor waterfront. There are some stunning hotels at Tudor Wharf and Fairmont Battery Wharf that are worth every penny of your vacation budget.

How to get to Chelsea

Logan International Airport is just minutes away from Chelsea by car and offers a stellar array of domestic and international flights. Amtrak operates three train stations in Boston, with Back Bay and South stations the most convenient for access to Chelsea. For long-distance coach travel, Greyhound and Peter Pan are the best companies for arriving in Boston. Boston is one city where a car will likely provide more frustration than pleasure. The city’s public transportation includes a subway, trains, buses, and ferries, all of which are convenient for travel around Chelsea. Taxis are also readily available 24 hours.