The Lenox Hotel
Since opening in the year 1900, the Lenox continues to thrive as one of Boston’s most popular hotels, delivering a personal touch that’s truly absent in today’s hotel chains.
XV Beacon Hotel
The 1903 landmark Beaux Arts building stands at the crest of Beacon Hill in Boston. Offering luxurious rooms that are all romantically outfitted with fireplaces, custom Frette linens, amenities and cashmere throws.
Ideally located on the northeast corner of Nantucket, The Wauwinet neighbors Coskata-Coatue Wildlife Refuge, and features private beaches on both the Atlantic Ocean and Nantucket Bay.
Winnetu Oceanside Resort
Located on the south coast of Martha's Vineyard, a comfortable home-away-from-home with individualized attention.
Located where the Merrimack River meets the Atlantic, its a diverse community filled with unique charm, breathtaking scenic beauty, waterfront dining, whale watching and beautiful museums!
The Liberty Hotel
Formerly the Charles Street Jail, built in 1851 - now a 298-room luxury hotel with four distinct venues for drinking and dining. Located in Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood.
Nantucket Hotel & Island Resort
Experience the Island’s charming streets, seascapes and shifting Atlantic Ocean light. The last of the grand, old Nantucket hotels from the Island’s age of elegance.
Perched high on a hilltop in Lenox, MA, enjoy one of the largest spas in the Northeast along with elegant accommodations, fine dining, outstanding amenities and exceptional service.
Museum of Fine Arts - Boston
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston - one of the largest museums in the U.S. Attracts over one million visitors a year.
Just an hour north of Boston - a fun place to visit and has attractions for everyone to enjoy! Experience shopping and dining on the beautiful waterfront.
Located in historic Salem, the Hotel has a rich history which began in 1925 & has welcomed numerous leisure travelers as well as dignitaries and celebrities.
Located in North Adams. A vast complex of 19th-century factory buildings listed in the National Historic Register. Ranks among the most visited institutions in the U.S. dedicated to new art.
Lowell National Historic Park
Located in northern Massachuettes, Lowell’s water-powered textile mills catapulted the nation into the Idustrial Revolution. A must-see National Park.
New England Aquarium
Located in Boston - featuring the main aquarium, the Simons IMAX Theatre & the New England Aquarium Whale Watch.
Explore the vibrant nightlife of big cities like Springfield, the lively college towns of Northampton and Amherst plus traditional New England towns and historic villages.
Boston is a wonderful blend of stylish sophistication and historic New England charm. You can easily uncover the city’s past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge.
White Elephant Inn
One of only a few historic Nantucket hotels considered an island landmark. Sophisticated guest rooms, suites, garden cottages and magnificent harbor views.
Hancock Shaker Village
Located in Pittsfield, the village began in the late 1780s with nearly 100 Believers. By the 1830s, the community had peaked with 300 Believers & 3,000 acres of land.
Located in the foothills of the Berkshires, Northampton is a special blend of urban, rural, historic and contemporary, intellectual, artsy, athletic, and entrepreneurial energy.
An authentic 18th-century English settlement in the Connecticut River Valley of Massachusetts. Tour beautifully restored museum houses with period architecture and furnishings.
Norman Rockwell Museum
Located in Stockbridge the Norman Rockwell Museum is dedicated to education and art appreciation inspired by the legacy of Norman Rockwell.
Off the coast of Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard is known for its pristine beaches, breathtaking ocean views, and historic towns.