Lose Yourself in Boston this Fall

When autumn comes to Boston, it brings excitement with it. You can feel it in the crisp air. It’s the excitement for harvest flavors, changing colors, and a wide range of uniquely fall events. And when you visit Boston, the best way to savor the season is to do it with all 5 senses. So here’s a local’s perspective on getting lost in autumn and getting the most out of your fall stay.

See the vibrant colors of Boston's fall foliage

Take a stroll around Boston Common and the Public Garden, or around Back Bay, Beacon Hill and the South End to see autumn unfold right before your eyes.

Taste a Fall Patriot cocktail from Boston Harbor Distillery

 Sip a blend of evocative fall flavors including apple cider, orange bitters and all spice maple syrup paired with the Putnam Rye by Boston Harbor Distillery, our Flavor by Loews Hotels partner. Take a tour of the distillery and drop by their
cocktail bar, or pick up a bottle and play mixologist at home.

Hear sports fans cheering on the New England Patriots at Precinct Kitchen + Bar

There’s nothing like catching a football game surrounded by fans as devoted as you are. Spend any given Sunday afternoon watching Brady and the Pats right here at Loews Boston Hotel. Bring your appetite, too—
weekend brunch is served until 3:00 PM.

Smell Italian sausages on the grill at Fenway during the playoffs.

Kayem Italian Sausage is a Fenway Park tradition, and there’s no better time to indulge than when you’re at a Red Sox home game during the Major League Baseball postseason. 

Feel history whispering in your ear all over the city.

From the campus of Harvard University to the Old State House and the North End, Boston’s past is never too far from the surface. Even Loews Boston is built on history—the former site of the Boston Police Headquarters.