Short Term Rentals Boston
Spacious Boston vacation rentals in the Back Bay, Theater District/Chinatown, Seaport and West End neighborhoods
Headed to town for a conference? Or maybe just looking for a place where you can gather your vacationing family together? A Stay Alfred makes the perfect home base for your stay in Beantown.
Boston is known as a walkable city, and with luxurious, multi-room Stay Alfreds located smack-dab in the middle of the city’s best neighborhoods, you won’t need a rental car to get out and enjoy attractions like TD Garden, home of the Celtics, and a nearly limitless number of restaurants and cultural attractions both modern and historical.
If you’re planning on staying in Boston, stay like you live there. Stay Alfred.
Home to elegant Victorian brownstones and towering skyscrapers, bustling Hynes Convention Center, the Boston Public Library and the Institute of Contemporary Art — not to mention the high-end shopping of Newbury and Boylston streets, the Prudential Center and Copley Place — Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood is just steps away from a host of cultural, dining and retail experiences. Stay Alfred’s Garrison Street apartments in Garrison Square put it all at your doorstep.
A Stay Alfred in this small Southie neighborhood puts you in walking distance of attractions like the Institute of Contemporary Art, outdoor concerts at Hatch Shell and a slew of happening restaurants and bars. And, if it’s business that brings you to town, the Massachusetts Convention Center is just a few blocks away. If this sounds like the perfect spot for your Boston vacation rental, check out our A Street apartment in the luxurious 315 on A building.
Whether you’d like to take in a show at the Boston Opera House or Wang Center for the Performing arts, get your shop on at Macy’s and Saks, grab some late-night eats at one of Chinatown’s 200+ restaurants or take a stroll through Boston Commons, Stay Alfred’s Washington Street vacation rentals in the 660 Washington building put you in the heart of the action.
The West End neighborhood is home TD Garden, with its pro sporting events and world-class concerts, the Bulfinch Triangle historic district and the Museum of Science, which features amazing displays like the world’s largest lightning bolt generator. It’s also home to a wide variety of eats and drinks, and Stay Alfred’s Boston vacation rentals on Canal Street (the Avenir) and Longfellow (Longfellow Place) make perfect locations for enjoying it all.
The Stay Alfred Experience
A Stay Alfred is so much more than just a hotel room, giving travelers looking for a vacation rental in Boston a spacious haven that truly feels like a home away from home. So stroll around the corner to pick up ingredients for a shared meal. Retreat to a private bedroom for a quiet moment. And take advantage of downtown Boston’s best neighborhoods like only local can. When travelers choose Stay Alfred, they know exactly what they’re getting. And what (thankfully) they’re not.
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“Loved my stay here. Felt like I was at home. Right in the heart of downtown, great views, a heated pool, gym, I can go on. Definitely will be looking for this spot again when I have to visit our Boston office again!”
“The location is amazing. Chinatown and the theater district are literally steps away. Boston Common and the Freedom Trail are not much farther. This is a great, thoughtfully decorated, family-friendly apartment in a modern building that features a large lap pool, fully equipped gym, and an “internet cafe” available for use by all tenants and short-term renters like us. We would absolutely do this again!”
“Great location for walking to any part of Boston the T underground was just across the street theater district to the right and Chinatown to the left Boston common was just up the street yeah I would say it was pretty central for everything”