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Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near 500 Boylston Street Boston From 50 USD

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500 Boylston Street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, MA, is home to a 1.3 million square foot building, sitting right next to the Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library. Some of the landmarks that make the Back Bay area a tourist attraction include the Boston Public Garden, the Wilbur performing arts theater, and the Skywalk Observatory. For a night out in the city, stop by at Grill 23 & Bar for some tasty surf ‘n’ turf and a fine glass of wine, or go to Top of the Hub for 360 degree views and live jazz music. There are still plenty to discover in this part of Boston, so check out these great hotels and vacation rentals near 500 Boylston Street.

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