Springtime in Boston, Massachusetts

If you are heading to Boston after winter and raring to enjoy warm and memorable activities, don’t forget that The Envoy Hotel, a  is your convenient and luxurious gateway to the city for springtime activities!

The Envoy Hotel is an AAA, four-diamond hotel that easily provides the kind of ease and relaxation that you need when you’re set against the backdrop of a busy city. With a total of 138 rooms, The Envoy Hotel is considered a pioneer in the Innovation District. In addition to providing distinct and wonderful accommodations, the Envoy Hotel has spearheaded cocktail culture in the Innovation District through its very own Lookout Rooftop and Bar, which offers a wonderful collection of standard and home-brewed spirits for all kinds of cocktail lovers.

But don’t take our word for it: if you’re going to stay at the Envoy Hotel, you have to enjoy your stay, right? It’s a good thing that springtime in Boston is awesome and filled with great events and activities, to boot!

Here’s our rundown of great stuff to do this springtime in Boston for under $50!

Cycling enthusiasts, rejoice! Rent a bike from outfits like Urban Adventours and explore this great city for just $25. Ride all you want for two hours, plus you’ll get a bike map and lock for your bicycle. Perfect for large, adventurous groups who like to explore cities on two wheels!

Another option for people who’d like to experience a quick Boston ‘slice of life’ would be to visit the famed , where you’ll experience not just great Boston weather, but also local fare, a spritz of history and a bit of shopping on the side. Local culture is always awesome, and Faneuil Hall is one of the easily accessible places to get enjoy Boston city life in a jiffy.

For sight-seeing junkies, walk all you want and enjoy awesome city architecture when you walk the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. This greenway connects a total of four public parks starting from North End to Chinatown. If you want to scope out the entire greenway without having to retrace your path, it would be best to begin your walking tour at either Chinatown or North End.

If walking is not your thing but would still like to have a picturesque and unforgettable sightseeing experience, be sure to visit the . Since the late 1800s, the swan boats owned and maintained by the Paget family have been a historic tourist favorite.

Relax and feast on the unique Boston landscape while riding a massive swan boat as it slowly makes its way across the lagoon of the Public Garden. The swan boats will be made available to the public starting April 19 up to September 21. And would you believe that adults will only be charged $3? That’s a great deal! Children between the ages of 2 and 15 will only be charged $1.50 – another awesome offer!

There’s just so much to do in Boston this spring. Book one of our  at the Envoy Hotel early!