Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Boston-Dedham Hotel & Conference Center
Travel Blogs from Dedham
... the wharf to catch the ferry (a catamaran) to Salem. The ferry trips of the inner harbour and the Charles River and its locks stopped at the end of September. So this was the only real alternative and even this tour stops at the end of October. A number of regulars commute via ferry each day to Boston for work. The journey takes about 55 minutes. But come November, they have to switch to train travel as even the commuter service ...
... with the traffic.
Checked into our hotel around lunch time, grabbed a sandwich and went for a 1 hour walk along the waterfront to the Museum of Science where our Duck Tour was leaving.
These Duck Tours are insanely popular with 28 of the amphibious vehicles operating at one time, so no ducking waiting around for us. The tour took in all of the major sites like Boston Common, Boston Public Garden, Beacon Hill, West End, North End, Bunker Hill, ...
... some of sofias friends from argentina. They were really nice, but they all spoke so quickly, amd it was so hard for me to understand them with all the doof doof going on behind us. Anyway, we went to a place called coonans, which instantly enticed us with the promise of $1 beers! (That is of course, before tax is added on, kids). Yeezus!The night blurred, but at one point I remember an Italian guy (who didn't speak italian: i tricked him with my ...
... on a tour to Cape Cod which is gorgeous but traffic would drive you crazy. On Friday we got a Charlie Card (their myki but definitely tourist friendly) and went to Harvard, Samuel Adams brewery, Boston Tea Party site and the Black Heritage Trail again with digressions. Off to New York now by ...
... took his daughters out shopping). We had fun with street artists on Copley Square, enjoyed delicious cheesecakes in Prudential Center and wined and dined in Little Italy. It was awesome to have them here and to show them around town and around campus, and it was so good to give them a big hug after all these months!! When they had enough of Boston, they headed to the Big Apple for the rest of the week where they were blown away by the sight from the top of the Rock (by day ...