Triple-centre New England holiday, Boston, Plymouth & Cape Cod, USA - save 29%
Your trip to the land of the free begins in Boston, a patriotic town older than America itself. With three nights at the proud-looking Omni Parker House, youll...... more
Your trip to the land of the free begins in Boston, a patriotic town older than America itself. With three nights at the proud-looking Omni Parker House, youll be in the perfect location to wander through picturesque Boston Common, walk the freedom trail to Quincy Market or stroll up Beacon Hills brick sidewalks and narrow, gas-lit streets. Sample the hotels ambrosial Boston Cream Pie, which was invented on the premises in 1856. At Parkers Bar, sip a Merlot and revel in the knowledge that Ralph Waldo Emerson and Charles Dickens frequented this spot as members of the legendary Saturday Club.After Beantown, the next stop is Plymouth, Americas charming hometown, where the famous Mayflower brought the first Pilgrims ashore. With one night at the John Carver Inn & Spa, youll journey to Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum. Keep an eye out for the fascinating 1627 English Village. At the hotel, slip down the pools 80-inch water slide or relax in the soothing Jacuzzi near indoor waterfalls. Head to the Hearth n Kettle Restaurant on an empty stomach to try the hearty New England Clam Chowder.The final stop on your trip is to delightful Cape Cods Doubletree Hilton Hotel for a three-night beach-side break. Slip on your flip-flops before heading to Old Silver Beach for panoramic views over sparkling Buzzards Bay. Stroll the cottage-lined streets of North Falmouth, treat yourself to fried oysters at Reds and pack a swimsuit for the hotels pool as you unwind and digest your New England experience. Good to knowYour return flight is overnight, so while this is a seven-night holiday, you will be away for a total of eight nights.
Advantages: Beautiful, clean hospitable hotel, bargain price Disadvantages: Cant think of any
...I stayed here for 5 days in late November 2008. I would definately recommend. Doubletree is a Hilton hotel and you get what you expect from that brand here. There was a shuttle service from St Louis Airport, which was free, the car park was also free and they bake delicious fresh cookies behind the front desk, which they hand out liberally, also FREE. There was also an ATM machine and small...
Advantages: Superb food, service and setting! Disadvantages: None
...It was our 8th wedding anniversary yesterday and, as a surprise for my husband, I had booked a table for lunch at Marco Pierre White's new restaurant at the Doubletree Hilton, Chester.
It was AMAZING!
First the setting...think dark, moody decor, with sleek leather tablecloths - and that all-important picture of chef himself complete with bandana.
Next the service...extremely attentive...