I think we’ll always have an affinity for Boston! Its Irish heritage and bucketloads of history makes it a fascinating place to visit. And the locals are bound to love you for sure!

Luxury City Break to Boston

I’ve managed to put together a nifty break using Trivago and Skyscanner, which sees you enjoying a 4-night break in one of our favourite US cities by far. You’ve got return flights from Cork to Providence – there are actually loads of fantastic train connections that work out to a very good price. The journey lasts about 1 hour or so but it’ll take you right into the centre of the city!

You’ve also got your stay at the Yotel Boston. Much like its sister hotel in New York, this place really offers an amazing experience from start to finish. Speedy check in, modern décor and a rooftop terrace are all part of the program! Rooms are compact, but they come with quirky features such as retractable beds – you could read a book in bed while sitting up for example, it’s actually pretty cool!

And of course you’ve got all the city at your doorstep. There’s always so much going on and you’ve got bucketloads of sights to get into. Whether it’s taking a tour of the Red Sox’ stadium, exploring the historic streets of Beacon Hill or even just scoping out some of the excellent museums, I can guarantee that you won’t get bored here!

To book this deal, simply click the link below to book your hotel and flights separately. You can amend the dates over at the providers’ websites but just bear in mind that prices will be subject to change. :)

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