2. Boston, MA
Why you should go: ‘Tis the season for winter sports, and you can catch the Boston Celtics and Bruins playing home games right downtown. Boston’s colonial architecture looks especially pretty under the holiday lights, and you can enjoy seasonal activities, like a Boston Pops concert, ice skating on Frog Pond on the Boston Commons, or Frostbite Sailing on the Boston Harbor
Why it’s a steal: Flights to Boston are about 33 percent lower than the median airfare for North American flights (and drop from $264 in December to $201 in January). You can score a room for as low as $149 per night in January.
Where to stay: Boston’s Revolution Hotel opens December 5 in the artsy South End (home to the Boston Center for the Arts and the Boston Ballet headquarters), with 164 rooms built in the space once occupied by one of America’s first YMCAs. Introductory rates start at $150 per night.
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