G Adventure tests domestic day tours in Boston, Toronto: Travel Weekly

With most international and group travel largely on hold during the pandemic, global tour operator G Adventures is testing a new product: domestic day tours.

The company Friday announced a One Day in Boston: Sunrise to Sunset  small-group tour that starts with an early morning outdoor yoga session on the Common, includes a guided walk along the Black Heritage Trail, a bike tour into Cambridge, snacks and a history lesson

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Xenia Hotels & Resorts Sells Residence Inn Boston Cambridge For $107.5 Million

ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: XHR) (“Xenia” or the “Company”) today announced it has sold the 221-room Residence Inn Boston Cambridge in Cambridge, Massachusetts for a price of $107.5 million, or approximately $486,500 per key. The sale price represents a 11.6x multiple and a 7.8% capitalization rate on the hotel’s 2019 Hotel EBITDA and net operating income, respectively. In connection

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Need a change of scenery? Boston hotels offer unique spaces for remote work

Working from home once sounded ideal to many. But months into the coronavirus pandemic, some find themselves searching for new space.



a large body of water with a city in the background: Boston skyline


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Boston skyline

To help switch up your scenery, Boston hotels started offering work-from-home packages. The packages include a desk, WiFi, coffee, personal protection equipment (PPE) and fun ways to take breaks, including cornhole and a putting green.

Beacon Hill hotel XV Beacon has a

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Tired of working from home? You can work from these Boston hotels

Have you been working from home for the past six months and could use a change of scenery?



a bedroom with a bed and desk in a hotel room: You can work from this guest room at Mandarin Oriental, Boston.


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You can work from this guest room at Mandarin Oriental, Boston.

Boston hotels are offering work-from-home packages during the coronavirus pandemic, charging guests for daytime use and tossing in perks such as complimentary high-speed WiFi, dining credits, and even access to amenities such as fitness centers and roof

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