If any season belongs to Boston, it’s autumn. Take the energy overdrive from the returning rush of students to the city’s myriad colleges, al fresco dining in the narrow streets of the North End, deep blue skies, and the coolish weather that’s perfect for exploring “the Hub” on foot. As for foliage, scenic drives that will satisfy any leaf-peeper are 30 minutes from the city’s center to quintessential New England villages like historic Lexington and Concord.

Public Garden in Fall, Credit Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, Jessica Scott

Fall brings the Head of Charles Regatta when rowing crews from all over the world compete and can be readily viewed from the banks of the Charles River. College football games and long-standing rivalries mark the autumn season. Oktoberfest is a time-honored way to sample Boston brews and celebrate, at the Sam Adams Oktoberfest from September 23-25 and the Harpoon Oktoberfest, from September 30 – October 1.

The SoWa Art + Design district (South of Washington Ave) in the South End is housed in reclaimed industrial warehouse buildings just a five-minute walk from The Revolution hotel. The SoWa Open Market is where artisans, craftspeople, designers, and local farmers gather in the outdoor plaza and shop owners open their doors through the month of October. On the First Friday of every month, the artists, galleries, shops, and showrooms open their doors to the public from 5 – 9 pm.  SoWa is also home to exhibitions like National Geographic’s “Beyond King Tut”, which runs through October 2nd.

The best base for enjoying Boston in the fall is The Revolution Hotel, the urban boutique property that has redefined the concept of a stylish yet remarkably affordable lodging option in the heart of the city. From Revolution Loft Suites to Triples, Quads, Bath In-Room, and Bath Down-The-Hall options, the hotel puts a premium on hip style and solid value.

In Fall or Spring, families coming to Boston for college visits will find the Triples and Quads rooms are the ideal setup for multiple campus tours. These rooms are also perfect for groups of friends heading to town to catch a late-season Red Sox game at nearby Fenway Park or to watch BC play Clemson on October 8, 2022.

The hotel hosts Kohi Coffee Co., a walk-up coffee shop that originated in Provincetown, MA, as well as Cósmica, a Cal-Mex restaurant and patio that serves dinner and weekend brunch. The Revolution offers a 24-hour fitness center and free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Dogs are welcome for a $25 fee per stay.

The Revolutionary Experience, the newest Fall offer, bundles two popular Boston attractions with the room rate which not only enhances the experience but adds value to it as well.

The Revolutionary Experience

  • One Night Stay in our Revolutionary Accommodations
  • Two Adult Tickets to The Freedom Trail Walk into History Trail
  • Two Adult Tickets to Old Town Trolley
  • Rate Excludes Tax and Gratuity
  • Subject to Availability | Blackout Dates Apply

The Revolution Hotel

40 Berkeley Street

Boston, MA 02116