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Dec17, 2020

Boston Holiday Shopping Guide

Posted by: Revere Hotel Boston

Fashion, festivities, and fun. That's Boston during the holidays. The holiday season in Boston is a seriously magical time of year. The city's eclectic neighborhoods are decked out with holiday lights and colorfully decorated windows, from the high-style stores of Newbury Street to the urban glow of the Prudential Center.

 

Boston's Best Shopping Spots

If you're looking for gifts for under the tree, browse Boston's favorite fashion districts and shopping centers. Whether you crave high-end couture or hand-made crafts, Boston is pure retail therapy this season.

 

Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market

Get a feel of Boston style at this historic and festive marketplace in downtown. Faneuil Hall is one of Boston's most iconic shopping and dining destinations with a blend of local shops, boutiques, and brand-name stores. Street performers and wooden carts line cobblestone streets with arts and crafts made by local artisans giving the market a historic flavor.

Enjoy dining in the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade with global food, restaurants and taverns, dishing up New England fare to Irish pub grub. Dating back to 1742, called the "The Cradle of Liberty," this promenade is buzzing with fashion, food, and heritage.

 

Prudential Center

Located in the Back Bay, between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue, Prudential Center features more than 75 shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafés. This trendy urban mall boasts department stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor and designer boutiques like Gucci, and Polo Ralph Lauren, and the showroom of Tesla. After shopping, swing by fantastic restaurants with heated outdoor dining at Wagamama, Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse, and Earls Kitchen + Bar.

 

Copley Place

Discover more than 50 luxury stores and brands in Boston's Back Bay. Copley Place is Boston's upscale shopping and dining destination with two levels of big box and designer stores, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Gucci, Versace, Dior, Fendi, Burberry, Tiffany & Co, Luis Vuitton, Neiman Marcus, Yves Saint Laurent, and Christian Louboutin. Copley Place also offers a mix of restaurants, including Legal Sea Foods.

 

Newbury Street

Get your fashion fix on Boston's most enchanting street. Newbury Street is eight blocks of high-style boutiques, chic salons, food markets, and fabulous restaurants. Shop for everything from fashion to home furnishings on this prestigious shopping promenade. Shop at designer stores like Chanel, Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Cartier, Bulgari, Brooks Brothers, and Giorgio Armani.

 

Beacon Hill and Charles Street

This charming and prestigious downtown neighborhood is Boston's eclectic, luxury shopping experience. Beacon Hill's Charles Street is lined with upscale boutiques, local shops, art galleries, antique stores, and trendy restaurants. Stroll along picturesque cobblestone streets with Federal-style and Victorian brick row houses lit by antique lanterns.

 

Harvard Square

Shop, dine and enjoy the street performers at historic Harvard Square in Cambridge. This four-square mile shopping destination, just past the gates of Harvard University, offers an eclectic mix of local specialty stores, funky shops, and big brands, as well as trendy restaurants and bars.

 

A Place to Relax and Drop off Your Bags

Located in near Boston Common, Revere Hotel is immersed in style and culture. We are surrounded by the city's best shopping, art galleries, and neighborhoods, from Faneuil Hall Marketplace to the trendy boutiques on Newbury Street. After a day of Boston shopping, relax in luxurious rooms and suites with balconies and views of the harbor. We offer several specials for when you're ready to travel again in 2021.

 
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