Treat yourself to authentic Italian cuisine and landmarks rich in history when you stay at our hotel near North End Boston. The city's North End is home to a large Italian-American population and many establishments featuring authentic Italian cuisine. Locals and tourists alike visit the North End to partake in pasta, pizza, cannoli, gelati and much more.
Originally settled in the 1630s, the North End is Boston's oldest residential community. Notable city landmarks are also located in the North End, many dating back to the Revolutionary War.
- Historic Sites
- Paul Revere House - This house was one of the homes owned by Paul Revere and is one of the sites on Boston's Freedom Trail. Built in 1680, it is also the oldest residential home in downtown Boston.
- Old North Church - Also on Boston's Freedom Trail, this church is the famed location of the "one if by land, two if by sea" signals raised during Paul Revere's midnight ride.
- Copp's Hill Burying Ground - Founded in 1659, Copp's Hill is the site of the city's second-oldest cemetery and contains the graves of many notable Boston citizens.
- St. Stephen's Church - This church is the last remaining of its kind designed by Charles Bulfinch, architect of the United States Capitol, Massachusetts State House and Faneuil Hall.
- Our hotel near North End Boston is only about 1.5 miles away, about an eight-minute drive or cab ride.
About The Westin Boston Waterfront
As your hotel near North End Boston, The Westin Boston Waterfront offers a relaxing option for your escape to our historic city. Our refreshing accommodations include 793 guest rooms and suites and feature the Westin Heavenly Bed®. Indulge in a glass of wine with friends at our onsite Birch Bar or City Bar as you recharge after a long day of sightseeing.
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